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Is marketing a practical major like computer science and buisiness?


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#21 tboxx   Members   -  Reputation: 159

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 03:08 PM

 

  • engineers who are willing to "program down" to the level of the least skilled person the company hypothesises they might hire.[1]
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[1] You would be AMAZED at the kind of companies that do that.

 

 Part of being good is creating stuff that others can work with.

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#22 emark.mark20   Members   -  Reputation: 184

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 05:54 PM

 
Sorry, going to disagree employability is an extremely important factor times have changed drastically especially for college graduates. 


Indeed, employability is an important factor. However, i am concerned that if I try to pursue something that gives me more money but its not something I seriously want to do, I would be miserable and in an extreme case, I would be fired.

I simply would like to have a "practical" major that I would enjoy as much as my art major. Art is something I enjoy and I want to make sure that I will enjoy my second major AND it can potentially pay well as well.




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