Congratulations all round are in order. I speak from experience, it is a strange feeling after you finish, walking into the unknown usually, given that the previous few years of your life have been pretty much predetemined. Good Luck!
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ESPN commentator during Sweden v Germany.
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Hey, thanks, guys.
Well, it was about time I finished that sh!te.
Things work a bit differently here in Portugal (and in Europe in general). You take a subject and you're supposed to stick with it, unless you change course altogether. Still, in some courses, you get to chose what could be called a "major", in your last year (5 years courses, typically).
Anyway, I'm a mechanical engineer, with Production management as my 5th year option.
We also just get an official graduation ceremony about 2 years after we graduated. Psst, the "unofficial" parties are better, though.
I did take a pic monday, just to mark the day, and I'll post it.
Originally posted by Sukur54 hey ill start college soon. is economics good? and if so is there good money in it?
Well...I have been fascinated by Microeconomics (Graphs, Market Structures, Marginal Analysis) & Statistics subjects over the past 3 yrs ! It's really fun compared to Macroeconmics classes. I don't know why I feel suck in Macroeconomics (Got "B"), still, it's an OK subject, not fascinated one for me.
Good money ? Between yes & no. If you are looking for career as a teacher, analyst, consultant, government agencies, sales person, this should be good for you.
If you are looking for more depth in business area, it's better you choose other majors like Finance, Management, etc...stuff like that. I'm not interested in this area because I got one "C" Accounting class, which is not helping me alot & I can't understand the logic behind its procedures.