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Is college or even grad/law school worth it even more?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27758786:MV8yMDUxNDU3XzM0NDc2MDQyXzgzODY0NTE=] About software development as a career choice: Yes, if you have the skills right now, today, they are needed. But I see that field also being glutted within a very short time. Plus technological advances are going to mean that a lot of programming is done "automatically" in future. I don't know what your feelings are about various conspiracies, or the likelihood of us loosing the grid, etc. But if you are leaning in that direction, there will be no computers. People who know how to make and do stuff from scratch are going to be the survivors; they are the ones that have a useful bartering tool. Technological or legal knowledge will have zilch value. Medical knowledge, especially knowing how to use herbs and materials on hand, will always be valuable, as will building and mechanical skills. So, what are your reactions to the various suggestions you've heard so far? [/quote]
I'm 18 and don't have much of an idea of what I want to do. I've thought about law school but that's supposedly saturated now. I'm currently taking some courses at a community college in the mean time while I think, but is it really worth it that I continue? Give me your opinions GLP.
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