Posted 02 July 2010 - 01:32 AM
I know that I am going to become a Environmental Civil Engineering Technician which is basically designing things in AutoCAD a computer program. Civil Engineers make roads and just generally things in the community. It's a government job so it does pay well and it really seems like I will like it. I already have experience in CAD so all that I have to do is take some Design and Drafting courses, Math, Physics and Environmental Sciences and I'm ready for college!
So, what will you be?
Posted 02 July 2010 - 02:13 AM
Posted 02 July 2010 - 03:44 AM
From the beginning I thought about to teach art in school but... art high school!? Screw about it, like I didn't already fell asleep more than enough during lessons when I was in junior high school
Posted 02 July 2010 - 06:11 AM
But most likely I will take multiple personal vocations alongside a proffesional career, and hopefully garner the money to live off of constant income from businesses and investments.
Posted 03 July 2010 - 03:02 PM
Some say a teacher is a failed professional.
On a serious note, I'm thinkin' of becomin' a teacher. I mean, I can still do what I like and teach!
Most of the time, if it's something like science, where so much of it is still done and financed by universities, you're going to aspire to get a research job, where you'll rarely, if ever going to have to teach.
Same with artists. You can make masterpieces, or you can teach 4 year olds how to fingerpaint.
This is just about the way it is down the board. Barely anyone ever actually teaches people because they believe them to be a perfect protégé, who will next be the one to succeed in the field. Except Yosh and McMyz.
Most of the next wave of successful people will be taught by unsuccessful people, I.e. teachers, and then get to confer with the last generation's geniuses through way of eventually being assigned onto their research team, or featured in the same gallery.
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