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#250 - I might toy with that after this semester comes to a clo… 02/23/2016 on I need help +1
#248 - Took Japanese for 3ish years in Highschool (the teacher was su…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/23/2016 on I need help +2
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#301 - romuloid (02/23/2016) [-]
Well part of the benefits of having a language under your belt would be the ability to actually work/live in the countries that speak it. It also looks excellent on resumes (My dad is a Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Verso Paper and he's said that resumes with a foreign language mentioned are sought after due to the versatility it implies the person has). The ability to learn a language shows you have more of an educational drive as well as an intellectual prowess.
#238 - So, quick question. I'm in Uni for Digital Art (caus…  [+] (14 new replies) 02/23/2016 on I need help +1
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#280 - lazaman (02/23/2016) [-]
Look into tech support.
Its simple shit, and pays well.
Plus if your art career takes a dump, you can go back to school for another 2 years or so, and get server admin stuff, and make 120k a year easy.
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#298 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
Wouldn't happen to know any specific degrees geared towards that would you?

I know the field itself, but I don't know what people look for when hiring for it. That's a big part of my concerns.
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#299 - lazaman (02/23/2016) [-]
I would look into computer support.
Like really, any job needing computer skills is going to take pmuch any degree you have.

Im currently in for Computer tech support health care informatics.
Basically that gives me the option of working for health care, or regular tech support.

Talking to a counselor is really a good way to get a gauge on what you need.
Dont let them sell you their 4 year plans or their transfer plans though.
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#300 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
Yeah my university is notorious for poorly advising students and leading them down the wrong path. So it's good to have some ammo going in, knowing some basic paths and stuff can make my visit much easier, if I can ever get time for it.

Appreciate the feedback man'
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#265 - minatsuki (02/23/2016) [-]
Communications is good as well. Being able to communicate and manage operations for departments is very helpful.
Here in AZ tempe area there's a lot of call centers and marketing companies. Having been in leadership, we mostly look for people who can communicate well and project our thoughts and desires into a visual sometimes interacted representation. Also maybe some demographic studies can help. Polish your writing and presentation skills too. Sometimes iymts about convincing people you can do what they want
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#257 - spartderkakus (02/23/2016) [-]
I'm kind of the opposite. I'm pretty good at math and can't imagine a career where I have to be creative on command. Also might have something to do with the fact that all my drawings look like a randomized Oblivion character. Anyways, good luck with your studies and I hope you get the career you're looking for.
#255 - anon (02/23/2016) [-]
Maybe Comp. Sci, because that'll not only help with your current major (someone who can design and code would be something anyone wants) but it would be a good backup if your original plans don't pan out.
#256 - irishlawyer (02/23/2016) [-]
Shit, I didn't log in, my bad
Respond to this if you want, I actually enjoy carrying conversations on here
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#259 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
That's what my friend in Cali is doing, Comp Sci.

It is great for a job... but I don't think I would enjoy doing it for years. So more or less I would've wanted a more tame IT field... (but basically Comp Sci is huge for the IT field regardless of what you do).

I also do not know if a minor in comp sci (something i could do) would qualify me for anything. I'm not really sure about how worthy people view minors (my guess is employers don't value them much). But hell what do I know, I'm a college student.
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#244 - romuloid (02/23/2016) [-]
Business minors are always a solid thing to have under your belt. It works very well with most majors. You could also go a little more obscure and get a language minor, but only if you've taken some high school classes on that language (I'm toying with a minor in German since I took 4 years of it). All in all, I'd go with business.
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#248 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
Took Japanese for 3ish years in Highschool (the teacher was super cool and the head of our NHS chapter). Had a 2 year hiatus between that and college (started the 3 years early).

So I forgot most of it (and it was like elementary/simplistic level). French and Spanish were at least at a speaking fluency level whereas we could only make simple conversations and understand basic interactions. Thankfully it covered my language requirements in uni... but if I had to do one more year I would probably not be at a good enough level and would need an extra few makeup semesters.

Still sounds like a fun idea, what would you do with it exactly? Is it for like teaching or translation career wise or is it just a good resume thing. I hope I'm not sounding negative, I'm genuinely curious.
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#301 - romuloid (02/23/2016) [-]
Well part of the benefits of having a language under your belt would be the ability to actually work/live in the countries that speak it. It also looks excellent on resumes (My dad is a Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Verso Paper and he's said that resumes with a foreign language mentioned are sought after due to the versatility it implies the person has). The ability to learn a language shows you have more of an educational drive as well as an intellectual prowess.
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#240 - propanex (02/23/2016) [-]
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#250 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
I might toy with that after this semester comes to a close. I've gotten pretty good and learned some nice techniques, just need free time to practice it.
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#197 - The fact that they blatantly deny it even happening annoys me …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/21/2016 on War Crimes: Armenian Genocide 0
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#227 - shemaledong (02/21/2016) [-]
I read in a newspaper a few years ago, that the turkish government set out a price for the best pupil essay that showed "the truth" about the so called Armenian genocide. That was pre Erdogan, so a while ago.
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#72 - I appreciated your Zuli picture  [+] (2 new replies) 02/19/2016 on Feminists claiming rape ¬ 0
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#73 - venomousvalentine (02/19/2016) [-]
Love zuli
#74 - ninjabadger (02/19/2016) [-]
Agreed
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#71 - venomousvalentine (02/19/2016) [-]
Ah I see.
#72 - ninjabadger (02/19/2016) [-]
I appreciated your Zuli picture
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#73 - venomousvalentine (02/19/2016) [-]
Love zuli
#74 - ninjabadger (02/19/2016) [-]
Agreed