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9601617 No.9601617 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

My Computer Science friends are making me feel insecure because I'm in Math and Stats. They say "haha your job is gonna be done by a 13 year old writing a script."

I want to be a Statistician. Is this true? Please give me /sci/ memes to validate my educational choices.

>> No.9601618

learn minimal comp sci or finance

>> No.9601638

Yes you are fucked my friend
The only way out is to become a data evaluation automation expert to make bank

>> No.9601646

they're bullshitting you

that being said, if you want to be an actuary (which is what I assume you're studying to be) then you have a very tough road ahead. You won't be automated. People who think actuaries are going to be automated typically aren't actuaries.

>> No.9601698

if I get elected into office I'm gonna have all CS majors executed.

>> No.9601713

Yeah, but you still have a hobby in the future though

>> No.9601754

You have my vote.

>> No.9601833
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I'll make sure to use my CS knowledge to hack all voting machines against you.

>> No.9602082

You'll end up a codemonkey just like them but with better pay

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>being this delusional

>> No.9602184

I like this guy.

>> No.9602202

Entry level data anAlys in my area is starting 65k.

Entry level back end cs jobs pay 50k

Is super easy to pick up python and sql and apply math to it. It's not easy blindly code to spec something you don't understand the motivation behind.

>> No.9602204

>Programmers who don't understand what automation is.
At least your ignorance on the subject is excusable. What the fuck is their issue?

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>implying statmonkeys can program in a real language such as C++, mastering the different programming paradigms and efficient practices that allow the development of fast and lightweight software
Inputting lab data in MATLAB isn't programming, kiddo. Also, entry-level salaries are irrelevant unless you "just want to make vidya."

>> No.9602235

Actuaries won't be automated, but will nearly as many be needed now that pension plans have pretty much gone extinct?

>> No.9602261

CS major here. I can help rig the election in your favor.

>> No.9602289

If you want to make money, go back to school and get your doctorates degree, then pioneer on a theory and prove it, creating a new avenue for young people to follow will make you a GOD! in the field. So stop following and become a Leader. Your too old to be a follower.

>> No.9602637

Dumb frogposter, you don't even work in the field.

>> No.9603024

>People who think cashiers are going to be automated typically aren't cashiers.

>> No.9603029

aids Skrillex looks like Getter

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>"haha your job is gonna be done by a 13 year old writing a script."

They were talking about cs majors.

>> No.9603184

I work closer to CS than a MATLAB monkey.

>> No.9603235

>a real language such as C++
Grow up.

>> No.9603291

And my axe.

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