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Which of these course is Marketable in the UK, Artificial intelligence or Project management? I’d like to see from your point of view because I have gotten unconditional offers from both universities and about to pay tuition deposit
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An interesting contrast - project management is a directly applicable skill which relates to a broad range of activities. Artificial intelligence however is a developing field, and depending on the approach taken, could vary from totally on theme to virtually useless - is it a conceptual course or more embedded in systems?
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An interesting contrast - project management is a directly applicable skill which relates to a broad range of activities. Artificial intelligence however is a developing field, and depending on the approach taken, could vary from totally on theme to virtually useless - is it a conceptual course or more embedded in systems?
Hi bro, Which one is marketable and employable? Heard you’ll need to have a PHD in artificial intelligence to be able to get jobs in UK
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Hi bro, Which one is marketable and employable? Heard you’ll need to have a PHD in artificial intelligence to be able to get jobs in UK
Almost certainly not.
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Which of these course is Marketable in the UK, Artificial intelligence or Project management? I’d like to see from your point of view because I have gotten unconditional offers from both universities and about to pay tuition deposit
What is your degree in? (I'll assume CS)
What do you want to do as a career?

I wouldn't worry about which is more in demand. 40+ hours a week, doing something that your heart isn't in, won't end well. If you enjoy either, you will do well.
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[QUOTE=RogerOxon;95907817]What is your degree in? (I'll assume CS)
What do you want to do as a career?

I wouldn't worry about which is more in demand. 40 hours a week, doing something that your heart isn't in, won't end well. If you enjoy either, you will do
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What is your degree in? (I'll assume CS)
What do you want to do as a career?

I wouldn't worry about which is more in demand. 40+ hours a week, doing something that your heart isn't in, won't end well. If you enjoy either, you will do well.
My degree is in Agricultural science, I’d like to work in a reputable tech company. I like anything computer related. Man either way I just want to be successful.
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