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They got to be kidding. “No deadlines”? My professors seem to have deadlines to meet.
And don’t tell the professors over in the studio courses (those who need to operate heavy machinery and/or hazardous substances) that there are no environmental hazards. In any art setting one of the first things you get told is always “safety.”
And we’ve not even touched science or engineering yet.
Those guys at CNBC are absolutely clueless.
Forbes ran the same story at http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2013/01/03/the-least-stressful-jobs-of-2013/ — apparently lifted from one found at CareerCast. VERY sloppy journalism!
Wow, this sheds an entirely new light on the credibility of those career sites. If even a student like me can see that the article is almost 100% fact free and yet they published it as if it were a neutral, objective article, I wonder whether we can believe anything on those sites. We’re not even talking about taking them with a grain of salt here…
Preach it, sister! I love the points you make here (and the way that you make them). When I posted my blog post on this Forbes article http://wp.me/p2VVAw-Y, I didn’t expect to meet a colleague at the same university who was also a blogger and would address this topic. Nice to “meet” you.
Hello! Strange that we had to “meet” here. The online world is a strange place!