I have the mental capacity to do STEM, but CS and Engineering make me want to kms. I want to make good money though. I'm European and gay idk if that's important
>>20792230>I'm European and gayDo gender studies and work in HR.
>>20792343The gay part was a meme
>>20792230No. Everyone these days goes for a business degree, thus oversaturing the market
>>20792230You shouldn't view your degree as the avenue to a well paying job. You should grasp a rough view of the job you want and fit the degree as a tool to get there. It's OK if things change along the way, but it's a better goal to set. A degree won't get you anywhere if you have no idea what you want to do with it beyond "make money". If you're not sure, you don't have to go to school immediately.
>>20792343I work in HR. It pays shit but its a comfy easy job full of sexy women.
>>20792804business degrees are useless anyways, you're better off just starting a business and using those 4 years to trial-and-error your business model.
>>20793422>business degrees are useless Mostly yes but if there is a work placement as part of your degree it can land you a full job. Thats how I got mine. They just kept me on after my work placement finished
It doesn't matter what you do as long as you don't get a meme degree like Art. Get an internship as early as possible into your degree. Gain experience in the field. It will put you leagues ahead of your competition when you graduate and also companies you intern with are way more likely to immediately hire you on upon graduation.