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What related fields do you think i should consider looking into?

Whats the trade your working on or interested in?

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Adrià’s Answer

I recommend you Computer Science. At the beginning might be hard but when you understand how a computer works under the hood is crazy. I mean, it's a super creative job and you can do whatever you want when you have the skills. There is a lot of the documentation on the internet! I encourage you to at least give it a try!

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Mike’s Answer

I think it is important to balance what you enjoy, yet also go into something practical and realistic. I went to school for computer science, and started working in IT. Roughly 20 years later I find myself in a much different role than where I started. I always tried to be flexible and learn new concepts and technologies to keep myself relevant.

Whatever you start leaning towards, do your best to focus on the field and become as much of an expert as you can.

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Aman’s Answer

Programming, Hacking, Network Support

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daniel’s Answer

I currently work in the technology industry but if I was studying again now, I would choose to learn about renewable energy and perhaps electrical/mechanical engineering. We are living at a point on our planet where we need to make huge investments in renewable energy to counteract global warming and we need all the smart engineers we can get to make this a reality.

Just my personal perspective but definitely something to consider. You certainly won't be short of work and should be able to get a well paying job from it! Best of luck

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Kyle’s Answer

My favorite subject in school was always math. I also had a strong interest in visual art (like painting, graphic design, drawing, etc.). While pursuing my artistic interests on the computer with tools like GIMP, Inkscape, and other image editing tools I sort of stumbled into programming. I realized programming is another art medium! You can create games, pictures, animations - you name it! And there are no supplies to buy, you just need a computer and some time to think.

This is why I chose Computer Science when I got to college. Everyday at my job as a Software Engineer I get to solve puzzles and create unique solutions, always something new to work on.

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