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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    He got banned :hahaha:
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    (Original post by Friendly Liberal)
    Lol. :giggle:

    I'm probably next
    Why, I'll get a warning :eek:

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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    Why, I'll get a warning :eek:



    Cuz ma threads are written in trollish.
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    agree. he'd have a better chance of getting the type of job that he wants if he had a stem degree under his belt, tho.
    To be a carpenter/Kitchen Fitter? No. You need a vocational qualification and experience through either getting an apprenticeship or just getting the job and learning on the job.
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    (Original post by Friendly Liberal)
    Cuz ma threads are written in trollish.
    Ah
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    People who learn kitchen fitting makes more money than someone sitting in front of a computer so is gas technician, plumber or electrician. Someone came the other day to fix ac, took him 20 min and charged 100 pounds.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    To be a carpenter/Kitchen Fitter? No. You need a vocational qualification and experience through either getting an apprenticeship or just getting the job and learning on the job.
    bsc in materials science/civil engineering*
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    (Original post by Friendly Liberal)
    Cuz ma threads are written in trollish.

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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    bsc in materials science/civil engineering*
    This is kitchen fitting and carpentry we are talking about, not big building projects. There are two options here, go to uni and amass £36,000 or more worth of debt before you even get a job. Or get a job.
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    agree. he'd have a better chance of getting the type of job that he wants if he had a stem degree under his belt, tho.
    A successful society requires people from almost all professions. If everyone is civil engineer then who will give us medical treatment or who will clean our roads?
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    This is kitchen fitting and carpentry we are talking about, not big building projects. There are two options here, go to uni and amass £36,000 or more worth of debt before you even get a job. Or get a job.
    I suppose you like the idea of starting at the bottom or something
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    I suppose you like the idea of starting at the bottom or something
    i like the idea of not being in debt. Doing Civil engineering is not going to help you to hang a door or fit a kitchen. It isn't a necessity in that line of work. So why bother putting yourself in debt if you don't need to?
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    i like the idea of not being in debt. Doing Civil engineering is not going to help you to hang a door or fit a kitchen. It isn't a necessity in that line of work. So why bother putting yourself in debt if you don't need to?
    lets you start on £100k a year instead of £25k
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    (Original post by CrawfordRolex)
    No I do not own a Rolex.

    I own Rolexes.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    i like the idea of not being in debt. Doing Civil engineering is not going to help you to hang a door or fit a kitchen. It isn't a necessity in that line of work. So why bother putting yourself in debt if you don't need to?

    I guess it is called an investment which involves time, cost & effort. In the end, some investments offer best interest rates and some gives less
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    (Original post by universal_set)
    ?????
    More like he's pirating photoshop and downloading it as we speak
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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    More like he's pirating photoshop and downloading it as we speak

    Hahahaha.....
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    lets you start on £100k a year instead of £25k
    This guy wants to fit kitchen or carpentry, he isn't going to get £100k a year from that anyway. I can see the point if you want to be an engineer, but otherwise it is pointless.



    (Original post by universal_set)
    I guess it is called an investment which involves time, cost & effort. In the end, some investments offer best interest rates and some gives less
    I am well aware of the investment, I am currently at uni. With an estimated debt upon leaving of about £40k, however I cannot easily become a chartered surveyor without this qualification so it is a necessary evil. Although I do love Uni more than anything.
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    There's the old saying that only boring people get bored. Not strictly true in the literal sense, however a career is very much what you make of it.
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    (Original post by universal_set)
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