What decreased the value of STEM degrees?

What decreased the value of STEM degrees?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    people got dumber pajeets increased in number

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    nothing devalued them

    they just have high competition for limited spots

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had to write a 5 pages on what feminism meant to me in college level English and I got 50 in it so I literally memorized everything the professor the said and got a 100% on the final and 80% overall and offered a major as English but I did a bachelor of science instead.

    I still believe in far right "conspiracy theories" cause I am not regarded

    Nothing pisses me off more when people are ok with small hats but against immigration. I think we will go more right wing as a country but small hats will say we are white and your God is one of our people (Jesus=small hat) and we need to defend Israel from brown Muslims and capitalize on it and control both sides

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >buys into israelite bullshit
      >almost failed english
      fitting

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      someday you will grow up and realize how youve been manipulated by algos into thinking youve formed your own opinions

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >thinks that some people are manipulated by external sources of information and some people are not
        You will never grow up and learn anything about how the world works, smug pseudo intellectual

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I literally memorized everything the professor the said and got a 100% on the final
      Your fault for not doing this from the beginning. School is just a measure of how much you can regurgitate from the teacher, especially in a class like English where most of what you learn beyond basic grammar is subjective.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >regarded
      please go back to facebook or whatever normie website you came from with your filter evasive nu speak.
      just say moronic man. is it so hard?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Nothing pisses me off more when people are ok with small hats but against immigration. I think we will go more right wing as a country but small hats will say we are white and your God is one of our people (Jesus=small hat) and we need to defend Israel from brown Muslims and capitalize on it and control both sides
      Just hail Hitler or something and call it a day.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >people who think they're being lied to don't understand the concept of unreliable narrators
    24 carat moron.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    entertainers making more than people with STEM degrees

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      More people can be programmers, engineers, or doctors than can be entertainers, although that gap is shrinking in recent years.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The scarcity drives up the value I think.
        Chad is a brainrot commodity.
        He goes "blah blah blah"; records himself looking at a video and stating his opinion, overnight millionaire. Literally just b'ing himself.
        Same for stacy except of course it's amateur porn.
        Chud can dedicate his LIFE to STEM, but he will always be a footnote. This pisses me off even though I'm not passionate about STEM, because these people are building the country, and they're shit on in favor of moronic Chads who got treated well enough in life to speak their mind without worry.
        In the same breath Chad can also get into STEM, studies prove he will get more support in this, professors will be quicker to help him, etc.
        Halo horns homie, he won before he even started.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

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          you have higher chance of becoming overnight millionaire than Chad has of making it in entertainment!

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Charismaxxers eating good
          sucks to suck

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >y-you totally need to know what an unreliable narrator is to grasp the concept of someone speaking out of their ass!
    Nice Xitter screencap. Most STEM geniuses are quite well read btw, in fact, I doubt there's anyone out there getting a non-meme degree who doesn't know what a logical fallacy is. The fact someone could think knowing that is impressive is already worrying.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Probably the whole technology powering genocide thing

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Also I must know absolutely nothing about English even though I'm half famous for writing very poorly grammatically written and spelled erotica to kids on discord because idk how an unreliable narrator relates to a logical fallacy

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    who said the value of STEM degrees was devalued?

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the degree has value even if you aren't getting paid. you are automatically based for understanding college math and scientific principles.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    For a lot of high-skill occupations, 90% of the work could be done by a trained monkey.
    For this reason, you can replace a lot of your high-skill employees with women and non-whites before errors start to propagate.
    Eventually, though, whether through attrition of superiors or discrimination against high-skill employees, the women and non-whites start to make it into last-line-of-defense positions and are not only unable to handle the workload of correcting the errors of their subordinates may be equally unable to identify the errors.
    Errors start to slip through to the customer. Maybe they still have high-skill employees that catch it, maybe they've become just as hollow.
    Eventually critical/catastrophic errors occur, but at that point the personnel situation is too far gone to recover, and even if you are able to identify the incompetents involved, correcting the problem will generate a frivolous lawsuit claiming they were fired for being a woman and/or non-white.
    Anyway.
    This proliferation of useless eaters and anti-meritocracy suppresses pay.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This anon gets it. Most people, even prestigious ones, have a lot of bullshit/busywork or stuff that anyone can do/learn. But the 10% of their jobs that actually matter are critical and fricking them up can have massive consequences. This is why DEI smoothbrains can work in jobs for years; they just drift along until they face something that they cannot bluff through, half-ass, shift to someone else, or mindlessly do.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The industry bubble burst, it no longer seems feasible that your tech product will keep generating exponential profit, which means companies no longer hire like crazy on silly salaries

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm an administrative manager, I have to keep up with ~50 staff members that serve my particular office and serve as the representing party for contracts, building management, and property. I've been around a few different corps, this is my first gig as THE GUY. If I were to rank the general "intelligence levels" of the different fields I have had to support, it would go something like this

    >finance and banking
    >designers
    >software development
    >sales
    >general "engineering" (I worked at a firm)

    Engineers are unironically some of the biggest morons I have ever had to work with. Many of them are very kind and easy to get along with, but outside of their work they're typically very dense. They reminded me of tradesmen. They had a very specialized set of skills memorized, but their brain wasn't capable of retaining anything else. Financebros are typically very well read and great generalists but the field unfortunately attracts buttholes and narcissists. I worked at a design firm at my first job. They're all very smart but had somewhat of a "failed genius" energy to all of them. Codemonkeys are usually pretty smart but are generally awkward as hell. You have to peel back layers on them. Sales guys are sales guys, mostly just underachievers with more potential than they realize.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's just verbal IQ. As someone who works in government and deals with all the above, the only ones that actually understand the system, understand systematics, and can even remotely complexity are the engineers. They have all developed all these specialized tools that all the other fields really should adopt, but due to their piss poor verbal iqs, no one ever knows these things.

      Just my experience. I actually came fully from an RDT&E facility chock full of engineer and scientists so I never understood why the government at wide was so poorly ran... Then I moved onto higher positions in the general offices and commands and have been tearing my hair out. Unironically, our system would be a lot better if engineers literally just ran the majority of government.

      One off random small time shit is for doo doo birds, the real limiting factor of our world is complex systems and really only engineers have approached solving that.

      >t. Mathematician

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Software Developers and Designers are considered apart of engineering unless this is something different

      It's just verbal IQ. As someone who works in government and deals with all the above, the only ones that actually understand the system, understand systematics, and can even remotely complexity are the engineers. They have all developed all these specialized tools that all the other fields really should adopt, but due to their piss poor verbal iqs, no one ever knows these things.

      Just my experience. I actually came fully from an RDT&E facility chock full of engineer and scientists so I never understood why the government at wide was so poorly ran... Then I moved onto higher positions in the general offices and commands and have been tearing my hair out. Unironically, our system would be a lot better if engineers literally just ran the majority of government.

      One off random small time shit is for doo doo birds, the real limiting factor of our world is complex systems and really only engineers have approached solving that.

      >t. Mathematician

      No just let the engineers chill and let everyone figure out what theyre trying to saying

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What is it to be a failed genius? What is it to be an underachiever with unrealized potential?

      What would someone do, or what position would they hold to be an unfailed genius, or an achiever with their potential realized?

      Is there a higher metamorphic form from designer and salesman?

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    anyone who thinks logical fallacies matter or are important is room-temp IQ

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Both of those twitter posts scream midwit

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Nah, the top one seems like something an 11 year old would type if he had just learned about what an "unreliable narrator" is. Meanwhile the bottom one is just 80 IQ Xitter hivemind drivel.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >ex was in college for programming despite having a typing speed of 30wpm
    thank you god. may she work for minimum wage the rest of her life.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Importing pajeets

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "falling for conspiracy theories" is just being non-consensus oriented.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >thinks the idea of an unreliable narrator is some kind of revelation or difficult concept to grasp
    Kek
    We're still dealing with the english major cope years into the future. They just never learn do they?

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because businesses got tired of paying for quality technical people and decided to import (or offshore) all their technical operations to a bunch of stinky poojeets from rural India who are willing to work for a sandwich.

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >english classes
    >logical fallacies
    Huh

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