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  1. *Something something degreeless mode*

    I finished classes this fall and finally, after 5 1/2 years, have my BS in biology: cell and molecular focus (it does not say the focus on my degree unfortunately). So that means time to start my career, or actually do what I planned on and get into a master's program. Or both, I think it's actually possible vs. working on a PhD and a job. So, either more time for mapping, or less, depending on how likely I am to be doodling.

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    2. cannonball

      cannonball

      congratulations AB
      Not sure what to recommend, perhaps staying in academia, I graduated in chemistry last summer and still haven't found a job. But it depends where you are in the world I suppose.

    3. Csonicgo

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      cannonball said:

      congratulations AB
      Not sure what to recommend, perhaps staying in academia, I graduated in chemistry last summer and still haven't found a job. But it depends where you are in the world I suppose.


      I got out of chem for exactly that reason. so now I'm a double major, working on my CompSci degree now.

    4. Mr. T

      Mr. T

      cannonball said:

      congratulations AB
      Not sure what to recommend, perhaps staying in academia, I graduated in chemistry last summer and still haven't found a job. But it depends where you are in the world I suppose.


      Maybe it's time to start cooking meth, Mr. White

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