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  • #76
    Re: What do you study/is your profession?

    I also once studied French at university for 4 semesters. lol.
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    • #77
      Re: What do you study/is your profession?

      Architecture



      I wanted to study medicine at first but my dad didn't support this.
      Made me feel bad and called me gay. Lol

      In his world all docs are gay.
      Silly man
      YOU cant blame nobody but YOU

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      • #78
        Finished my Physics Master Of [s:75zqo8t3]Disaster[/s:75zqo8t3] Science at end of last year and been working for a consulting company this year.
        Will change my job any time soon tho cuz I don't like it at all and I am kinda bad at it. Dunno how they didn't fire me till now tbh.
        DON'T SHOW UP, DON'T COME OUT

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        • #79
          Originally posted by jochen
          Architecture



          I wanted to study medicine at first but my dad didn't support this.
          Made me feel bad and called me gay. Lol

          In his world all docs are gay.
          Silly man
          well you kinda have some of his traits then cuz you keep mocking everything that is (too) feminine.
          DON'T SHOW UP, DON'T COME OUT

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          • #80
            Originally posted by biscuits
            Iím no longer an EFL teacher which Iím glad about because just about anybody is doing that these days
            That's one of the fields where white supremacy is really, really felt...So many people get hired to "teach" without a degree of any kind or any experience whatsoever. And it's not, as the apologists attempt to say, due to their being native speakers either. Putting aside whether native speakers are necessarily better teachers of the language, or whether native speakers even necessarily speak the language fluently (I know some who no longer speak their native language), we're not just talking about British and Americans getting hired, but personally I have met Italians, Germans, and Austrians "teaching" English as "native" speakers, even when their language is less than stellar. The only "quality" they have, quite literally, is being white.

            I recently argued with an American online in an expat group, who was promoting for a position to "teach" English online, hiring only people from certain nationalities (which of course excluded the non-white countries that speak English as their first language, but included Canada, a country where only 51% of the population speak English as their first language). I pointed out the fact that that's discriminatory and in fact illegal according to both the Mexican constitution and the relevant Mexican law, and even stated that as an Oxford graduate with a British passport, a former school governor and a fellow of a royal society, who made more money part-time as an undergrad years ago than the top range he stated in his ad, I am personally not affected. Guess what? He just said I was "butthurt" and the clearly racist hiring practice was just "supply and demand", and he had no problem being complicit (and of course in fact actively promoting) in it.

            It's things like that make me feel like I can't live in the United States. I've been all over the world and lived on four continents - and never the United States. But somehow all the actual racist attacks I have received have been from Americans who don't even know me personally.
            Originally posted by WhatTheHell
            Voice of the truth here!! :(

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            • #81
              Re: What do you study/is your profession?

              aRat you're a physicist? Hmm surprised
              I am the maniac, I am the ghoul
              I'm in the shadows in the corners of my room

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              • #82
                Originally posted by DnBLover
                aRat you're a physicist? Hmm surprised
                Why would you be surprised at pure talent?
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                • #83
                  Originally posted by aRat
                  Originally posted by DnBLover
                  aRat you're a physicist? Hmm surprised
                  Why would you be surprised at pure talent?
                  Because you never demonstrate any form of talent Scabbers.
                  M08T10

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                  • #84
                    Re: What do you study/is your profession?

                    Architecture

                    I have an own company
                    Very successful


                    I wanted to study medicine
                    My dad hated this. Didn't suoport.
                    YOU cant blame nobody but YOU

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                    • #85
                      Economics.

                      I work at university of applied science in the organisation department.

                      Iím doing schedules, planning exam dates and so on.
                      DRINK. SMOKE. DANCE. VIBE A LITTLE BIT | My last.fm

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                      • #86
                        Re: What do you study/is your profession?

                        studying underwater/aquatic sciences. not what i imagined it would be.

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by toni_pest
                          studying underwater/aquatic sciences. not what i imagined it would be.
                          Better than what you thought it would be or wrong choice?
                          My Instagram... - Click here

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by RayRay
                            Originally posted by toni_pest
                            studying underwater/aquatic sciences. not what i imagined it would be.
                            Better than what you thought it would be or wrong choice?
                            i don't wanna say it's a wrong choice, but it's def not better than what i expected. I mean there is perspective to it, but I just see my choices as very limited atm and none of them are what I wanted to do with it.

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                            • #89
                              Studying medicine.

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                              • #90
                                I am starting with Business Psychology April 23rd.
                                DRINK. SMOKE. DANCE. VIBE A LITTLE BIT | My last.fm

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                                • #91
                                  Iím a doctor, specialising in Psychiatry!
                                  You say that I must eat so many lemons, cos I am so Bitt-er

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                                  • #92
                                    Are there any business psychologists on here? I'm thinking about changing careers and stumbled over that branch...
                                    Last edited by theMathematician; Sat May 18th, 2019, 02:17.
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                                    • #93
                                      i am currently a DAYCARE TEACHER about to BE PROMOTED TO LEAD TEACHER yayyyyy!!!!!! 😍😍💓💓😊😊😀😀💯💯👍👍

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