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May 12, 2022, 5:35 a.m. | /u/MrLongJeans

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Just an unpopular opinion/confidence builder:

I see lots of posts from people pursuing advanced training and degrees who want guidance on the best degree. Panicking posts like:'Is my double PhD not good enough because I don't know java script????'

Just want to say, a huge swath of positions are currently occupied by untrained amateurs. Someone who never strived for these roles. But they're generally above average, competent people who were thrust into these roles by their organization. Of all the …

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