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Old 06-15-2004, 05:26 AM   #1
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I was just wondering which would be a more rewarding career;

Programming or PC building, repairing etc?
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Old 06-15-2004, 09:26 AM   #2
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fiancially, programming - assuming of course that you do it very well.

rewarding as in giving you a sense of esteeme, either is good, it's nice to have built a kick ass computer, but it's also a nice feeling to have spent days producing a piece of software and finally finish it, knowing that yuo have tried your best and come out with a good piece of software.

Downsides to each, sometimes hardware breaks inexplicable, there ar softwre comflicts on the machines you'll be building/serviceing and it'll al turn into a headache

downsides to programming, no matter how hard you try there wil always be someone trying to rubbish your work.
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Old 06-15-2004, 09:30 AM   #3
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Programming probably although you could start your own pc repair company with a few employees which has great financial potential.
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yeh i would love to own my own PC repair company
but yeh stick with the money and go Programming
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It depends what you prefer to do really? Does it matter about the money? :P
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i personally would say yes i want to give my children i better life than wot i have had
i dont no u lot might be little rich gits who swimm in money but im not so
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i personally would say yes i want to give my children i better life than wot i have had
i dont no u lot might be little rich gits who swimm in money but im not so
Haha! Nah - I'm certainly not; I just think that doing something that is not enjoyable and rewarding (pyscologically) is not worth doing however much you are being paid for it.
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