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15-09-2021 07:41 PM
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I have an arts FCH and I can confirm that it was easy to get FCH. Still you sound like a lil b*tch and if I was an employer I wouldn't want to hire a delusional sh*t like you who thinks their degree actually matters to HR.

Stay salty xoxo
no worries sweetie you can nv afford to hire me too with an arts degree

xoxo
14-09-2021 08:32 PM
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Why would I be salty over a FCH major that has a lower unemployment rate/starting salary than STEM majors. The truth is that you can say Arts FCH is not easy but the yearly employment statistics and starting salary already shows that arts is still not as valuable as STEM majors. (you can go ahead and try getting a FCH in engineering/sciences/maths, i doubt u will succeed) Furthermore, a simple check in entry requirement for arts shows that it is a dumping ground for people who can't make it elsewhere. Without considering the content of arts majors, the bell curve is alr so much easier with less smart people inside lor. If you really think the arts major FCH is still harder than stem major FCH then you are just plain delusional. No HR will agree with that pls.
I have an arts FCH and I can confirm that it was easy to get FCH. Still you sound like a lil b*tch and if I was an employer I wouldn't want to hire a delusional sh*t like you who thinks their degree actually matters to HR.

Stay salty xoxo
14-09-2021 08:03 PM
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Please. Arts FCH is not easily attainable Hor. Are you able to read tons of lengthy literature week after week? And write well for essays after essays using critical thinking skills and persuasive arguments? Arts and stem degree are just at different ends of the scale. Non is inferior than the others.
Why would I be salty over a FCH major that has a lower unemployment rate/starting salary than STEM majors. The truth is that you can say Arts FCH is not easy but the yearly employment statistics and starting salary already shows that arts is still not as valuable as STEM majors. (you can go ahead and try getting a FCH in engineering/sciences/maths, i doubt u will succeed) Furthermore, a simple check in entry requirement for arts shows that it is a dumping ground for people who can't make it elsewhere. Without considering the content of arts majors, the bell curve is alr so much easier with less smart people inside lor. If you really think the arts major FCH is still harder than stem major FCH then you are just plain delusional. No HR will agree with that pls.
13-09-2021 10:51 PM
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Please. Arts FCH is not easily attainable Hor. Are you able to read tons of lengthy literature week after week? And write well for essays after essays using critical thinking skills and persuasive arguments? Arts and stem degree are just at different ends of the scale. Non is inferior than the others.
That guy has got serious issues, agree that it is not a direct comparison. I could argue that stem has got the ‘right answer’ for every qs so one just has to be good in memorising. Can’t say the same for arts. I’m from engineering and I acknowledge that I can’t write as well as my colleagues from arts major. Putting ppl down gets one nowhere.
13-09-2021 06:14 PM
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Don't put down other ppl majors la...they happy can alr... let them flex their easily attained FCH ha ha ha (we all know there is massive grade inflation in the arts compared to the sciences)
Please. Arts FCH is not easily attainable Hor. Are you able to read tons of lengthy literature week after week? And write well for essays after essays using critical thinking skills and persuasive arguments? Arts and stem degree are just at different ends of the scale. Non is inferior than the others.
12-09-2021 10:06 PM
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huh MAS so low ah? No wonder nowadays people all prefer to work in tech rather than civil service...But History also not say the most employable major lor
But still, a FCH is a FCH.

Don’t think the CS differentiates the majors.

Would be a different story in private sector.
12-09-2021 08:08 PM
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Don't put down other ppl majors la...they happy can alr... let them flex their easily attained FCH ha ha ha (we all know there is massive grade inflation in the arts compared to the sciences)
Salty sia this guy
11-09-2021 04:27 PM
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huh MAS so low ah? No wonder nowadays people all prefer to work in tech rather than civil service...But History also not say the most employable major lor
Don't put down other ppl majors la...they happy can alr... let them flex their easily attained FCH ha ha ha (we all know there is massive grade inflation in the arts compared to the sciences)
10-09-2021 01:54 AM
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Yeah i can attest that MAS starting is 3.8k...

Background: NTU History FCH with minor in econs graduate in 2020
huh MAS so low ah? No wonder nowadays people all prefer to work in tech rather than civil service...But History also not say the most employable major lor
08-09-2021 04:43 PM
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4.5 to 6 months
What is the breakdown of this 4.5 - 6 months? Am actually quite surprise that bonus is that high compared to private sector
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