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apprenticeship vs studying
JaCkz | 
United States SamWinchester 
What would you choose and why?
2020-02-18 16:09
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studying because you can chill all day long
2020-02-18 16:11
It's pretty nice yeah, but if you choose apprenticeship you get paid aswell. Both have their ups and downs I'd say.
2020-02-18 16:13
Is it too much to ask for both?
2020-02-18 16:11
If you had to choose, which would you settle with?
2020-02-18 16:12
Probably studying since as #1 said it's chill AF, in Sweden you get paid a small amount for higher education aswell which is pretty nice
2020-02-18 16:57
Apprenticeship. You gain experience, salary, and maturity. Experience is important today, when you'll be confronted to a guy that has been chilling all day and just learning theory like #1, while you've spent years in apprenticeship and took experience... Guess who's the winner
2020-02-18 16:13
#6
OK | 
Peru TheJuan 
The guy who studied???
2020-02-18 16:14
Nope. Also apprenticeship you'll still be a student? You go to school 2 weeks and 2 weeks at work? Right?
2020-02-18 16:15
Sure, being an apprentice gets you money, but if you study more you can have way higher salaries and eventually catch up to the people that chose apprenticeship. If you're an electrician apprentice for example, you won't earn too well if you settle as an electrician, because they don't get paid too well.
2020-02-18 16:14
I did all my scolarity in apprenticeship bro, i was an electrician, now I'm a project manager for EDF, and i'm applying for an engineering school in embedded systems in a sandwich course too
2020-02-18 16:17
What type of engineer are you tryna become?
2020-02-18 16:20
Management
2020-02-18 16:21
Don't know much about it, but how's the salary?
2020-02-18 16:23
Really depends on which society you are. Sad things it that engineering salaries in France arent that high, the average salary at the exit is 45k (for my school, remove 25% and you get the real salary, beginner salary btw but you'll evolve rapidly) But I won't stay in France anyway
2020-02-18 16:25
Not bad actually, where are you moving to?
2020-02-18 16:25
No idea yet, either UK since its where my family is living, Germany, Austria.. No idea atm
2020-02-18 16:26
#10
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
usually apprenticeship leads to lower pay jobs. while studying in some uni gives you tha big bucksss 🤑🤑🤑🤑
2020-02-18 16:17
#12
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China Manchu 
Tell that to miners in Australia who earn big bucks.
2020-02-18 16:17
#13
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
and they live one dimensional lives digging in some shitty shafts
2020-02-18 16:19
#15
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China Manchu 
Sitting in some office with good education doing some boring office job is much better? Probably even earn less.
2020-02-18 16:20
#16
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
and you have free time to do some shit after that. 9-5 > mining
2020-02-18 16:21
#19
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China Manchu 
Why do you think those miners do not have free time? As far as I know they "live" basically just rest. sleep, eat etc. in mines for two weeks periods and then get a week or two holiday and nice pay.
2020-02-18 16:23
#22
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
literally 2 weeks w/o family in some hot ass desert and doing sweaty ass jobs. while 9-5 dudes can visit their family after work everyday, dont sweat their ass off and are in a nice office with AC doing work for a bit smaller pay
2020-02-18 16:25
#25
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China Manchu 
They do have a very modern cooling system in the mines I am sure. Just like in the place where they are housed. People who work in ships or at those oil drilling platforms spend long times in there as well. Those dudes earn close to 200k/year if you aren't CEO or something I doubt your little office job can offer such a salary.
2020-02-18 16:31
#26
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
200k/year but living a one dimensional life
2020-02-18 16:32
#27
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China Manchu 
And how is not doing the same office tasks over and over again one-dimensional life?
2020-02-18 16:33
#28
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
its a 9-5 where you go to your home to your family where you can do stuff not unlike mines where you're 2 weeks at some site living in bungalows away from your family. and dont come to me with the 1 week holiday bullshit. 2 weeks away from your children/wife can easily effect them in a negative way. 1 week isnt enough to gain that back
2020-02-18 16:34
#29
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China Manchu 
If your wife can not last without you for two weeks then you might have married a wrong woman. Kids tend to get used to such things as well or do you really think that those sailors or oil workers do not have families that are used to it? One week is well enough you get to do things with them and you are there when they leave for school/work and are there when they come back. If you have smaller kids you get to spend a whole week with them.
2020-02-18 16:48
#11
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China Manchu 
Studying although I would recommend an apprenticeship if you are studying something like engineering or logistics where you actually have to do things that you can learn them and not just by reading a book and watching videos.
2020-02-18 16:17
Depends on the Job Field and where you want to end up. Apprenticeships are underrated imo, but studying can be more beneficial if you are looking into going for a certain career path. Do you have a specific Job in mind that you want to end up in?
2020-02-18 16:27
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