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economy over science??????


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my cousins friend, an engineer with a masters on robotics, diploma on java, bachelor on computer science and majored in physics.after years of finding a job, he ended up with one which with pay 2500 dollars as a building constructor..HOW IN THE WORLD can this happened, over the past years many businessmen benefit so much more than scientists who are the main objective to evolve the ECONOMY, treated with such low key behavior. right now only the economy matters, if this continues, is there a possibility that young children of our age would have crushed dreams over to chose science over money?

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23 minutes ago, FaithCrime said:

my cousins friend, an engineer with a masters on robotics, diploma on java, bachelor on computer science and majored in physics.after years of finding a job, he ended up with one which with pay 2500 dollars as a building constructor..HOW IN THE WORLD can this happened, over the past years many businessmen benefit so much more than scientists who are the main objective to evolve the ECONOMY, treated with such low key behavior. right now only the economy matters, if this continues, is there a possibility that young children of our age would have crushed dreams over to chose science over money?

Somebody who is programmer can (should?) apply for a job in IT company e.g. making games (they are the easiest to find around).. But after applying, the all diploma does not matter, you have to pass through internal tests given by IT company, to actually check how good programmer is.. I know people with diploma, and can't pass through these internal tests..

Not to mention somebody can do programming projects through Internet..

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