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Do not know what to learn. Does anyone have experience or know the degree in Internet technologies at Bar-Ilan?


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I do not know whether to be a teacher for me. I do not see myself teaching in front of a class, and I also have a certain fear of a certain audience.

In short, my destiny is to be poor and bitter because I will not do a mathematical degree? : behead:

Symbore, what degree did you do?

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Your destiny is to be poor and bitter if you do not take care of yourselfprofession. It is not for every profession that one has to study a "mathematical degree" (a somewhat backward definition, but not a bad one).

You can go to study electrical engineering, you can learn some IT technicians profession and I appreciate there are more full of things I do not think people make their living from.

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In general, I prefer to study at a university than to study practical engineering. At least that's how I was used to thinking.

Does anyone have an idea of ​​optometry? It's 4 years of study, but is there any demand for it? Good salary?

Regarding the degree in technologies At Bar Ilan, I spoke to one of their graduates who graduated from 2009. He told me that the degree alone is not enough to work in the field, but rather has to invest and learn beyond the courses taught in the classroom, and he himself also reached a degree with prior knowledge. So I do not know if this title suits me, because I have no prior knowledge and I do not know if I will be able to learn beyond what is being taught, but do not you think that such a description can open any door to me? If I studied for 3 years, and he basically did not give me anything in the end in terms of employment, it's a total waste of time in my opinion. Do not you think so?

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If you want to study for a degree because you want job security: there are as stated real degrees which guarantee this and certain humane degrees with great demand

If you want to study for a degree because your job is currently funding your studies: you are going to learn what the job requires and if it is just a bonus then you go to a relatively lighter degree

If you want to study a degree because you want to study a degree: go according to what interests you, so at least enjoy

It is very difficult to learn a profession, not to mention an entire degree in which nothing speaks to you.

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Clinical Psychology (MA) - one of the degrees that is more difficult to be accepted

Mishpatim (hard on the right to find a job but if you have a practice + MA you will manage) - easy to get

Medicine and Dentistry Course - Should I Really Expand?

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Optometry is a realistic degree.

What you were used to thinking does not matter. Your goal, I understand, is to find a job with decent pay and satisfaction. In order to do this, you need to create a skill set that has a market demand. An academic degree can lead you to that, but no כל College degree.

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