>people falling for the "he fell for the STEM meme" meme
Any decent math background knowledge can prepare you for Financial/Accountant/Act.Sci exams, coding is literally the study for autodidacts, and you can always tutor brain dead chumps that still can't into algebraic properties/science for easy cash.
>OP falling for the "people falling for the "he fell for the STEM meme" meme"
Its all about time management OP. The world doesn't care if you're capable of learning how to code or transition into other fields.
Life moves fast and only cares about who knows what in the present moment and how it will use them.
I know so many frat-boy finance students working at JP-Morgan, EY, MY, and GS. I mumble to myself "So easy, a math major can do it.". But thats not much of a consolation is it? Where is our high paying high pressure high stakes job? Our networking engagements 4-5 times a week? The businesses we've funded or companies we've started?
CS students have 3-4 years on us. Many of them have been into it since high-school. Some of them since middle school. "Yeah. But anyone can learn coding, just look at how others have done it. Literally shit tier xyz." Yeah but others spend hundreds of hours in the field while we're Mathing. So they've got that advantage on us.
>falling for the "falling for the "falling for the "he fell for the stem meme" meme" meme" meme