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Some people would argue its worthless. I would say its a highly prized profession, as long as it makes you happy money is hardly an object of life.1
Some people would argue its worthless. I would say its a highly prized profession, as long as it makes you happy money is hardly an object of life.
Go for it.
There is a high demand for people with careers in technical education. Everyone is so quick to get to the corner office, but nobody knows how to build it! Those who have a nack for a technical skill can make some good money, as well as make the lives of some people very good.
Besides, you can learn some of those things as a trade-something on which you can fall back. Say you life-long goal is to become a [insert any common job], but you have an interest in woodworking. Take a carpentry class. That way, if worse comes to worse, then you can build a shack on the edge of a forest for you and your family.
here's my philosophy. Any additional education is always good. Varies depending on what your going for.
Some of the better trades out there are from tech schools. I know my state funds technical schools more than Universities. Plumbers and Electricians make huge amounts of money for what the honor school for.
Go for it if you really feel you'd like to do it later on.
there is nothing wrong with a technical education. in some ways its better depending on what you are going to study, because they are going to there program to what you are trying to learn with out all the classes you will never use or have nothing to do with your course of study
I personally find it a really good field to get into, because:
- usually a very low chance of unemployment
- usually earns very well
- i like the technical field (personal reason)
Next year I'm going to uni and I'm going to study software engineering
It can be helpful but it can also not do enough for a person
Learning to teach it would be beyond my capabilities, however simply learning about the subject sounds fun.
Too boringly technical now!!
by the way, here, in OZ, I was going to become First aid trainer = great money n little expectation
It's the practical thing to do. If you have a lot of money to blow on tuition fees in private universities
If that's what you want go for it... Not for me though
do what you gotta do :)
Yeah I would