09/02/2022 (Fri) 00:11
I think the greener pasture thing is a potential trap. You should just adapt to what the market wants.
Universities don't teach you that. They lie and say their degree is what the market wants and needs or will need in a few years. It's all bullshit.
With your analytical background you could do a short certification, learn python and be a data scientist. Or some other thing.
India has a lot of universities. And a lot of them are garbage. So unless you're Indian or well researched, you're going to get dummies if you hire blindly. But all that being said there's a lot more engineering and manufacturing on that side of the world now.
You could have graduated a mediocre Indian engineer, but if you got a decade and half of relevant work experience, you're better than someone in the west who graduated from a top engineering university with little engineering design experience.
I'm an IT boy. Working in an IT department. Surrounded by fools. There might be only 4 or 5 competent people in my department. I maintain an old code base. But yea, you could transition to IT. Do simple script stuff. Did people's shit. I dunno. Maybe become a food engineer or some shit.
Or go China, import cheap food processor machine junk. Make new spicy Asian Texas snacks.
Create a wave of obesity diarrhea and be rich. >>181657
What/ who is in California? Why don't you fly into yyz and come nurse me back to health?