Does anyone know what kind of jobs Business Administrations with concentration in Information System offer? I'm still dealing with computers aren't I? Just not on a personal high level of computers.
Your concentration is going to involve some computers, but mostly a lot of math and economics. Depends on the professor and class though - you might not even need to know how to use the computer extensively.
1st off, every time i talk to someone they're intrigued by my consumer psychology major, apparently it's not 'generic'.
And its $120 K is not a "lot of fucking money" if you're living in NYC, especially in Manhattan where $200 K is pretty much still middle class. I guarantee you i will make 6 digits within the next 5 years (whether I do law school or go into marketing/PR)- I go to the 4th best college in the country.
Now stfu you poor, broke piece of shit. just because you probably live in some hood ass crack den and think 6 figures is "a lot of money" doesn't mean it really is. I know people that are making 6 digits straight out of college.
'30 k is a lot for a single person' hahaha you fucking moron, 30K is lower than the average US salary.
God damn, you're ignorant. You're comparing a 120k salary to Manhattan, where most people are obviously going to make a lot of money. If you compare 120k to my neighborhood, that's not going to be much either.
And 200k is not the middle class. What the fuck are you talking about? Not even in Manhattan.
I really doubt you're going to be able to land yourself a 6-figure salary as soon as you graduate from grad school.
4th best college in the country? Why would you study Consumer Psychology at Caltech, MIT, Stanford, or UPenn?
And the people you know that are making a six-figure salary straight out of college are probably med students.
Not riding sub's dick or anything, but chances are he's going to make a lot more money than you once both you get out of grad school.