This is all pretty much true of any field, but especially tech or analytical fields where tools and methods change at a rapid pace.Without any recent experience in Computer Science, getting a job in the field can be very difficult. Most employers will not even look at you if do not have at least five years of experience using some specific software / programming language or combination thereof. There are very few entry level positions to be had. (The only ones I ever see are for government agencies.) Employers do not want to take the risk of training someone only to have that person jump ship to a higher paying job. What employers want is to get already employed people to jump ship and come to their company. So if you do not have lots of experience, then you have better have good connections. It should also be noted that hundreds of thousands of Computer Science type jobs are outsourced to overseas job markets where the cost of living is lower than in the United States and employees are happy to work for less.
Nah, meth is trashy and boring and trivial chemistry anyway. Invest in Shulgin's books and work your way through.I'm thinking Breaking Bad. Problem solved.
Proof that MaxPower is a meth user. He respects the art of cooking meth so much he capitalized the word cook, then got so messed up on meth that he misspelled the word society. He loves using meth so much he included a smiley face because meth makes him happy.I don't disagree. But then nobody Cooks meth to be at the top of high scociety.
Stocks plunge, Dow drops more than 500 pointsExamine the data and make the move. Anyone who isn't doing the simple things like shorting stocks or at least converting long holds to municipal bonds is a retard. The chickens are coming home to roost.