View Poll Results: What is Your Educational Background?

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  • I'm in high school

    3 10.34%
  • High school diploma

    2 6.90%
  • I'm an undergrad in college

    3 10.34%
  • I've earned an associates's degree

    0 0%
  • I've earned a bachelor's degree

    10 34.48%
  • I'm in grad school

    2 6.90%
  • I've earned a masters or a doctoral degree

    6 20.69%
  • other (specify)

    1 3.45%
  • I'm a high school dropout

    0 0%
  • I'm a college dropout

    1 3.45%
  • Not applicable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun
    I'm currently planning on majoring in BioChemistry. I too, am planning to enter the medical field, in hopes of becoming a physician and perhaps a surgeon (depending on how interesting I find it).
    That is wonderful to hear! I'm also looking forward to becoming a physician and hopefully a surgeon. Our folk need to start filling the elite ranks. It will grant us money - power and lead us towards more influence on society. As long as we continue to use our education to better our people and try to enlighten them, things should be alright 3:

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    Thank you very much. I am especially proud with everybody here who decided to get an education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun
    Thank you very much. I am especially proud with everybody here who decided to get an education.
    Aye, as I stated in my first post, it's not at all a bad idea to form a educational/folkish branch, maybe here on TNP where we can go as far as asking help on individual questions and such. It would be a nice source of community and support, where we could discuss our classes and grades, etc.

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    I am currently finishing up my AA degree at the local junior college (yes, i am a bit slow, but hey, i like to take my time!). I am planning on attending the University of Missouri, Kansas City next year to major in Physics with perhaps a minor in German. Afterwards, I would like to pursue a doctorate in astrophysics, specializing in cosmology.

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    I've been out of school for over a year. I majored in Electrical Engineering.
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    Post Re: What Is Your Major?

    It is good that you think of a higher cause. I do not like titles, because they are usually used in a way which I think does not fully reflect the worth of an individual. One must show personality traits which deserve respect. Many of my close and distant relatives are highly educated, civil engineers, university teachers, or medical doctors and two midwifes (4 and half years education, 3 years nursing and 1 and a half specialising), yet I can say that the most honest, are not the ones with the highest education. Education cannot fully change a person, but a good teacher may mould you into a better person. One must be careful, there are persons who call you by your title so they can get something from you, not simply because they want you as a good friend. I wish that titles would lead to less chaos and rigorous environment with a lot of order, but this is not always the case. There are also those with an agenda who use their title in order to get your respect, while they may not really deserve it. Titles can cloud our judgement. Maybe you have seen Fawlty Towers and the episode A Touch Of Class. Basil (played by John Cleese) try to make a Lord comfortable during his frantic acts. When Polly meets an inspector, he informs her that the Lord is a con artist. Basil does not believe this at first. He only does when he find the bricks, instead of the valuables which were supposed to be in Lord Melbury's case.

    Don't you study Biophysics? I have been to medical school. I must say that I was neither impressed by why students study the subject, nor by the doctors (and I have seen many who have specialised in various fields) whom I met. Nordic students did it more because they really enjoyed (related to not being a boaster, which I think is an alien quality to the northern man) the subject, but not even all of them. It was quite sad, but a reality that I have seen up close. Neither do I think many doctors are honourable gentlemen, and this is what I find important, not if a person has this or that title. I have seen well-mannered blue-collar workers with strong principles and true scums among doctors, and some other highly educated individuals. There are too many exceptions. I am simply amazed how so many define individuals by their profession, and not by their inherent qualities as capable individuals who serve the common good.

    I agree, and young people should believe in their unique abilities. I encourage young people to study, but mainly if they feel that there is anything to gain from it and not because their parents or other relatives want them to do so. Graduates do earn more, but people with the highest status in society are actually not academics but agents, and this is also how lawyers and real estate negotiators work. Some of the latter live only on commission, but it does pay well, except during certain periods and for a few individuals.

    Becoming a medical doctor, nurse, teacher, or opening a restaurant will usually lead to a stable income, because people always become sick, kids need education and we all need to eat food.

    However, I think that it is never a good reason to go for a high-status professions only because they are well-paid and society perceive it as top.

    I should also mention that medical doctors do not have the same exceptional status in Scandinavia (and maybe most of Northern Europe) as they do in Southern Europe, the Middle East and USA. Engineering is very good in Germany, but not so much in England, where many more want to enter banking, probably because it is well-paid.

    My advice is, of course, to study hard, improve as a person, and to become the best doctor you can be, but I hope that you also commit in serving the common good.

    I wish you the best in your endeavours.
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    Post Re: What Is Your Major?

    My major is political science/history. I plan on going to the best law school that I can get into. (Hopefully William and Mary or Vanderbilt) Getting into government is my goal. I do think that people for the preservation of traditional western culture must have the will to power and get the most powerful jobs as possible so we can mold the world to our liking. Western Culture needs us now more than ever, it needs doctors, lawyers, business men, and other positions that demand respect and require power.
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    Post Re: What Is Your Major?

    I am thinking of either Psychology or History. The latter probably focussing on some aspect of (East) Indian culture.. Literature, art, Sanskrit linguistics..etc.
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    Post Re: What Is Your Major?

    I agree with Glenlivet: study hard and be the best you can be. Not for the prestige, but for yourself.
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    Post Re: What Is Your Major?

    My major is in Political Science, and my future career, will be in the military, like i've already said in another thread. My familiar background is oriented in that sense (my paternal grandfather was an Air Force High Officer ). My maternal side instead, is more involved in the school system (several school Principals) and more left-winged .

    I understand Glen and Jennifer words ; on the other hand i understand the importance of social prestige ; you can be more usefull to your cause if you're in the upper class. It's a fact i think.

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