Why does /sci/ lose its mind over psychology?
I was considering either biochem or molecular biology as my major, but in Australia psychology actually has job prospects. I can't even find job listings for biochem/molecular related jobs, but there are multiple listed in my city each day for psychologists.
So what's with this meme?
ok ill bite
>mathematicians have spent their entire lives proving if certain X is greater than Y always
>physicists have used these equations to create trajectory and equations for heat loss, leading to innovations like satellites
>chemists have ...
>statisticians have ...
now we have psychologists:
>I interviewed 20 19 year old women studies majors and conclude the biggest possible X ever
>I use P-values to justify everything
>I am literally a fucktard that is the byproduct of today's oversensitive middle class and am essentially a Victorian era style woman comforter
Let's discuss the realistic outcome of a major. Say somebody gets a masters of Psy.D in psych compared to somebody getting a Ph.D in Maths or even chem.
Who's going to have a job? Who is going to have an enjoyable life, contributing to society?
80% of the time I argue it would be the psychologist.
>All my psych friends
you have no friends, stop lying
>Why does /sci/ lose its mind over psychology?
why on earth would you care about the opinion of a group of pimple-faced neckbeards virgins who all they do is fap over r feynman and useless equations?
if you like or love a subject/field, just go for it
Thanks, I guess /sci/ is a place for me to validate my opinions in a time of great uncertainty for me. Silly, I know. I do talk to friends and family about these things, but on /sci/ I can be anonymous about the things I say. But yes, you are completely right.
Sounds like they didn't do a Masters or doctorate. What do you expect? It's the same with nearly ever STEM field but engineering.