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I studied Engineering and that's what my career has been, although I switched between different engineering disciplines a few times.14
I did a bachelors degree in neuroscience. Did an internship in genetics and some extra courses in nutrition, endocrinology, pharmacology and I did a semester abroad.
Right now I'm doing a masters degree in biomedical sciences with an internship in dietics in patients with a rare genetic muscle disorder, some extra courses in immunology, endocrinology, fertility and microbiome and I want to do my second internship and specialisation probably in genetics, but yeah takes some time to figure things out.
I might do a PhD after this if I get one lol.30
BSc (Hons) Forensic Science... Now a forensic scientist for the police authorities.310
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I'm located in Denmark - took a profession bachelor we call pædagog, (social educator, social worker/care taker) qnd now work as a pædagog - within my specialization. (Marginalized & stigmatized groups - in my case specifically I work at a home for multihandicapped children.32
My first degree was in Economics, with a minor in marketing. Why? Because, in order to keep my racing enterprise flourishing, I had to know how to present my team as a business that they could benefit from. That was the marketing portion. I needed to know what the stock markets were doing to prevent throwing my money away.
My second degree was in mechanical engineering because I didn't believe I knew enough about the physics of building and setting up race cars.
It all went to shit after the accident.12
I studied engineering. I hold a Batchlor of Science in Civil Engineering- structural engineer, and a Master of Engineering in materials science.
I spent my entire career (30 years) working as a civil engineer for a mid-sized SoCal city.31
I studied Social Work. I got my masters in Social Work as well. Then passed my state boards as a licensed therapist. I am working within my field currently and also training college interns. I am looking to eventually move into becoming a College Professor. I’d love to go for my PhD but I’m schooled out and tired.20
I studied computer science. Starting a new job, in the same field, next Monday.30
I got a degree in Computer Science. I worked in IT for twenty years and now I teach Computer Science courses at a local college.10
I am just looking at the career choices the younger men have compared to the older men.
Also comparing the young women's careers to the young men's career. Times really have change like wow.14
Studied economics, but currently working as an electrician. Still fascinated in economics; more of a hobby now.20
I did study to an empty university. And I'm studying at an empty university again. I wish I had never gone to school.11
Personal training, general health, fitness and nutrition.
My current trade is agriculture and manual labor.0
I studied for psychology and ended up in the automotive industry10
Film and TV. Not a great degree. But I do work in media. Wish I studied journalism, business etc.17
I studied criminal justice.
I'm a cop.20
I studied STEM.
I work in STEM.20
Medical and yes I specialize in it.20
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After leaving school I went to college and studied mechanical and electrical engineering. I went as part of a Y. T. S (Youth training scheme). I completed my first year, but I was offered a full time job, which didn’t really have much to do with engineering. So unfortunately I didn’t complete the other two years. After 7 years, I left that job and did start a new job actually doing mechanical and electrical engineering, but unfortunately after 3 years I was made redundant and I’m in job that doesn’t require any form of engineering or electrical know how. It’s a lot of water under the bridge now, looking back now I’d wish I stayed on at college and completed the other 2 years. Hope this helps you in your quest. If you require any more information please let me know.