Originally Posted by Bones
atleast he didn't pay $140K to have a history or arts degree
well there's that, and there is also the fact that I think he is looking at the pessimistic side of his industry. A friend of mine has a younger brother who graduated from Wester with an aviation degree and he lives a pretty comfortable life in chicago working as an airline pilot having started off with some shitty companies and gained experience and worked his way up to a pretty decent job.
He's 30ish, not sure what kind of money he is pulling down, but I don't think he is having any struggles.