>"you're majoring in math, right?"
>"oh, so you want to be a teacher?"
>"you're majoring in computer science, right???"
>"I have this great idea for a video game / app / website! I can pay you in company equity / experience / exposure!! When can you start?!"
I'm double majoring in math and computer science, and I'm getting a certificate in cognitive sciences. I have a few offers working with psychology researchers since I'll finish my degrees soon.
I should be able to avoid the memes for both of my majors, but who knows.
>help out a girl with homework
>Hey anon you're so smart, you should be a teacher
Of course it does man. By their 20s some women are so slutty that by just not being a sperg, getting them drunk and telling a good joke here and there they will allow you to rip their anus inside out.
Most high school girls (depending on how far down he wants to fuck) still have a sense of 'pride' and 'purity'. He better have really fucking top tier social skills to sweet talk them into swallowing his thick cum.
>majoring in "math" for now (multiple math-related major options to finish degree with)
>tell people I do it because its fun and want to do phd/teach later
>in reality I'm just hoping a wall street bank notices me and my 4.0 and i can make $$$
Keep going lad, 300k starting is just around the corner.
>"oh, you're an engineer right?"
>"can you fix my car?"
>mfw I'm biomedical
>mfw every freshman non STEM thinks all engineering is mechanical
>Mfw every freshman non STEM thinks the average mechanical engineering student can actually fix a car
The TE think you're the greatest human being to ever have lived and can do no wrong, modulo some disagreement about which type of engineering is the best.
The S&M think you're an incompetent slacker who can't into maths.
>you're majoring in math?
>how can you spend four years just learning math? isn't it just like adding and stuff?
This, though I don't know how long I'd last.
I thought supplementing my education with a decent amount of CS courses would help, but I forgoed the getting an internship part.
Conceptually its difficult sometimes, but the work load is pretty light compared to all the other stem fields.
I've scored higher in my math classes than my engineering and physics classes.
I'm finishing up my degree dual degree in Pure Maths and Network Engineering. I wish I studied CS instead of networking.
ya'll prolly aspie fucks. teaching is fun. My school paid me 5000+ to teach for and hour and a half/ day for 30 days, and realized quite quickly that if you know your shit, an hour and a half of teaching is abt 2 pages of notes to yourself that take 10 minutes to prepare (maybe cooking up a few examples that are half worked out first and some kind of in class exercise).
didn't detract from research at all, kids actually like me and learn shit.
uni's exist in large part to keep knowledge alive. do it faggot.
That's anecdotal at best.
I often scored higher in STE courses than in M courses. The first years was hours of week-to-week web work and the latter years was weekly pages of proofs, even if that doesn't sound like a lot, just think of all the scrap paper used. On the other hand, completing programming projects over multiple weeks and weekly sheets of (easier) statistic problems were much more relaxed.
Are you a grad/post grad? Because teaching is only one of your (possibly optional) responsibilities. I think OP means teaching compulsory education.