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wouldnt hurt

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I am scared to become overqualified

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Probably not. That's a ghost industry. People have been saying, we don't teach math and science anymore, but there is a reason for not studying biology. There isn't a job market. That industry is entrepreneurial, with a high rate a failure.

It might however help you find a job in management.

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I wish they would've been honest with us at school... No career in science and academia is corrupted and only 3% get a permanent position. No point of crying on spilled milk.. That's why I want to study management while finishing my phd

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Probably, but you have to ask yourself if it's worth the cost and the time. I have an MBA, and it's opened a lot of doors for me, but business is business, no matter what the industry!

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It's not expensive because it is not MBA, just a management diploma from a business school

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It's time to get a job. Unless you work for the government, where credentials are more important that doing any work, additional degrees are seen as negative. You may believe that idea schools love to sell -- that they hold the keys you need, when actually they don't, and one of their keys is a bobby-pin. You'll be happier once you've been working for awhile.

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I still didn't finish my phd in Europe, I will study management in the evenings. Yes I do realize right now that academia is corrupted and has no future that's why if I study management it might open the door for me to exit academia and enter the industry

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Study it in the evenings if you choose, but get out and work if possible. It's liberating.

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Did you do a phd? Here phd is like a job anyways. I can't work until I finish. One year left

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