Discussion in 'Sex' started by Cib3rNaut, Jan 5, 2017.
I am currently going to school for something with lesser meaning, a Trades degree. I doubt I will end up working as a trades person for a long amount of time. My ideal career path that I wished to follow was Security / Bodyguard / Federal Agent. I am not of age for the last one yet.
How old do you have to be in order to become a federal agent?
You're on the Island. You have the best schools for that shit lol jibc right across the water and uvic does the border ones too.
Officially I believe it is 30 years of age. It would be pointless to attend school for justice or criminology. I understand the law enough I could be a lawyer if I wrote the bar exam.
Do you have a diploma or equivalent military experience?
If that were actually true, why wouldn't you write it, even just for shits and giggles...?
I have combat based training, military based electronics training, and I could obtain a degree in advanced jet propulsion. I have just never gone to school for any of it. Completely trained by computer, Universal Soldier style.
It's all useless at the end of the day, when the electronic submission for careers and jobs is determined by an algorithmic program that only hires the most washed over citizens. To complete the bidding of the most simplistic tasks.
Construction, I find it partially useless of a schooling program. Once the general skills are learned it's all the same tasks over and over again. Admittedly I am only taking it to satisfy my parents. Based upon it being one of the only industries that is happening on the Island.
Presumably to give them hope that you'll one day start adulting?
I look more serious than everyone around constantly, But in truth I am really an evil comedian with no ambitions in life at all. Is that what your saying.
One must first have a personality and life before they are able to achieve adulting
I haven't been on here in ages, love this thread. Trades are tough.
Awe this feels like so long ago.
This took a turn...
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