Your Questions About Petroleum Engineering Schools
Which degree guarantees you a job?
I dont want to know what the highest paying bachelor’s degree is because I already know petroleum engineering came in 1st place and chemical engineering is 2nd
I just want to know which degree will land you a job ASAP
I want to be a MD but I am going through some hard times so I plan to switch my major from biology to something else that would land me a job right after I graduate.
Once I have a job I can always go back to school and obtain the additional courses required for med school
But for now I need to know which bachelor’s degree is in demand, its sad that I have to ask this question but the economy is messed up and we all know it so please dont judge me
Brad Perry answers:
No degree lands you a job automatically.
If you want to be an MD and are willing to study out of the country there’s a program that will send you to Cuba for almost free.
Even if you have a degree you also need to have good skills and references to get a job.
I dunno what route to take in the future =/?
Im 15 and this year will be finishing yr 11 at school and my plans are to stay 6th form and study a course for petroleum engineering however i dno what the competition will be like for this job and all the jobs out that (all the people being made redundant). I also know this person who works in mcdonalds and she has decent A-levels. I guess i will stick to sixth and my plans but im just saying is the competition for jobs gonna get worse and/or can it better?
Brad Perry answers:
1) Don’t plan ahead — always fails
2) Do what you enjoy most and are good at
3) Develop and improve your skills in what you are learning
4) Master it!
If being a petroleum engineer is what takes your fancy then go for it all the way!
I have a quote from a magazine I stuck on my wall, “Be confident that the market is there for whatever you are looking at.”, in essence successful people get ahead because they do not depend on things (economy) rather they don’t wait but make things happen, that’s the key to success.
* I recommend you read the books below. (I bet your teachers won’t have even read them)
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