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gama July 28, 2006 17:41

career in CFD
Hallo all, Just have some queries in mind before taking up a career in CFD. I would like to know from people who are already there in this field for long as to how much career prospect one can look in CFD in terms of growth and benefits in comparison with other sectors like software. It is very much known that CFD needs profound technical expertise but i still need to know if it is equally beneficial for the effort that will be put in. I am not too much looking into acadaemical career but more towards industry. Regards Gama

Patrick July 31, 2006 01:15

Re: career in CFD
If you would do it for benefits then you should better head for an IT career. And if you want to optimise it for your working hours the head for a marketing or management job...

Dr. Nick July 31, 2006 10:43

Re: career in CFD
It's not business, it's a pleasure =)

Father Jack July 31, 2006 17:17

Re: career in CFD
If you're interested in numbers and algorithms and stuff like that (sad as that is), then I suggest a career in Wall Street where you can make your money, retire early and do the things that are really important. Like Drink!!!

gama July 31, 2006 18:22

Re: career in CFD
Nice articulated replies, thanks

mar August 1, 2006 03:43

Re: career in CFD
I don't know where you come from but I think that everyone knows that the technical work is not well payed as the managment or financial one.

To earn a lot of money in the technical field you have to become so specialized that you can work on your own and be payed for-hour.

This is possible in IT but not in CFD.

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