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lilwhizzle 2 points

I had the same issue very recently, when I graduated from college and finally had time to read for fun I couldn’t get past 5 pages before I got bored or tired. To fix this, I chose books that I loved from my days of constant reading, and just forced myself to read every day. It got easier and in about two weeks I started reading 100 pages very comfortably and my attention wouldn’t stray

snerbs0925 1 point

I love this idea! Definitely going to try it

infinitelybasic 2 points

Michael Che!!

snerbs0925 1 point

Hot pot + good comedy is always a good time

infinitelybasic 2 points

Oh and I also noticed your music poster above Michael Che just now - got the same one myself. Nice taste my friend, nice taste.

snerbs0925 2 points

Hahaha this was actually at a friends house-- I'll let him know you share the same tastes in posters since our group gives him some lighthearted shit for for it :-)

snerbs0925 commented on a post in r/dataisbeautiful
snerbs0925 2 points

This is just further proof that doctors continue to break the Hippocratic oath every day they practice medicine in the US

Cacachuli 0 points

Hospitals and insurance companies aren’t run by doctors, but thank you for your uninformed opinion.

snerbs0925 1 point

I am fully aware. But the fact that they participate in a flawed system and that they make pretty big profits from and allows for situations like this is pretty anti-Hippocratic

snerbs0925 commented on a post in r/GetMotivated
snerbs0925 1 point

Struggling really hard with a break up. It was all my fault and he was nothing but perfect but I was going through issues with my mental health and it made for an incredibly unhealthy relationship. I'm realizing now that I am alone for the first time in my life (lived with my parents, spent all of my time with him) I've started practicing self care a little bit, but what can I do to focus completely and wholly on myself? It's so hard not to plot ways to get him back, but right now I just need to work on getting better for myself and then maybe think of opening myself up to others.

CopperJohn626 5 points

Most econ PhD programs heavily weight math. I would actually suggest majoring in math and minoring in econ, or double majoring if you can. Graduate econ does not look like undergraduate econ and the biggest reason people struggle in graduate programs is that they can’t handle all the proofs.

snerbs0925 1 point

I'm currently double majoring, but I'll likely switch to just one major since it's a little more than I can handle. Thank you for this!

nmegabyte 2 points

I would suggest take some programming courses, since you need to work with data when you are an economist , learning programming languages like python will help you.

snerbs0925 1 point

I'll have to take a programming class for the math major and they reach C++. I was thinking to also try to pick up Python and STATA and maybe Tableau? Thank you so much for this!

snerbs0925 commented on a post in r/news
supersolenoid 68 points

Read the damn article. They aren't slaves, they are literally laborers that have been unpaid for several months of labor due to the company that owned their factory abruptly going bankrupt. They are in fact workers that have been mistreated by unfair labor conditions, the same kind of mistreatment that occurs all over the developed world!

snerbs0925 1 point

Unpaid laborers are slaves. If the company can't afford to pay them they shouldn't have been forced to come work. also it's a little (read:VERY) inaccurate to say that areas with sweat shops have the same types of mistreatment as "the developed world" it's definitely worse because of the west lol

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