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Is my dream unreachable? I really want to work for NASA. I find

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Is my dream unreachable? I really want to work for NASA. I find the idea of aiding in space exploration interesting and I love space and the universe in general. How realistic is this goal of I am 23 and only starting school seriously?

Also in b4 janitor my question is serious.
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>>16581547
Give up
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....and a different kind of statistician.
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>>16581547
As a heads up, most people don't start working for NASA directly. Most of their work is contracted out, including engineering positions.

Find your passion in STEM and get good research published.
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>>16581549
No
>>16581562
>>/Reddit/
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Sorry to be doubting you but, do you know what it takes to get back to school at 23 and do a STEM degree? It's not easy, you'll have a lot of hard time. If you still think you can do it and know what to expect, sure why not. NASA doesn't recruit based on your age as far as I know.
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>>16581595
>do you know what it takes to get back to school at 23 and do a STEM degree?
uhh, why would it be easier younger?
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>>16581692
That's not the point I'm trying to make. It's easier to get straight to college after finishing HS than having a 5-year break from hard studying. Never said anything about what age is best though.
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>>16581710
>HS
>hard studying
U wot?
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>>16581724
Where I lived, HS is indeed hard studying. I don't know for the other country, that's true.
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>>16581742
In the US highschool and undergrad are more or less daycare.
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>>16581744
My bad, I don't know much about the US highschools, in Switzerland it's quite hard considering how easy middle school is.
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