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    I think its maths, but dont go for a degree just because you think it will get you money. You also need skills
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    None, a job is what will pay you money not a degree.

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    Depends what you do with it. Some degrees have alumni that on average earn more or less, but that shouldn't be your main decider of what degree to do. Commonly cited highest earning degrees are medicine, law, engineering, physics not necessarily in that order.
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    According to all the famous drop outs that are now millionaires/billionaires...


    no degree :lol:
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    According to all the famous drop outs that are now millionaires/billionaires...


    no degree :lol:
    No A levels but still buying Lambos
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    Medicine and Dentistry, on average, isn't it
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    Degrees that lead into obvious careers
    Medicine
    Dentistry
    Law
    Computer science
    Engineering
    Maths
    Primary education
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    Degrees that lead into obvious careers
    Medicine
    Dentistry
    Law
    Computer science
    Engineering
    Maths
    Primary education
    Maths? (lol, least obvious on here)
    Computer Science? (doesn't by itself lead to software engineering)
    Law? (is it that obvious, when there is a glut of law students and non-law students become lawyers?)

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