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    joe says: it completely depends on your degree. Engineering ya sure. test

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    Truth says: Agreed, philosophy majors make less than garbage men. But nothing is guaranteed. Even an engineering degree does not mean your automatically going bring home piles of money. You still have to work for it. If you have desire and a tireless work ethic, degrees don\'t make a difference.
    Truth says: Agreed, philosophy majors make less than garbage men. But nothing is guaranteed. Even an engineering degree does not mean your automatically going bring home piles of money. You still have to work for it. If you have desire and a tireless work ethic, degrees don't make a difference.
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