Originally Posted by Mere Intricacy
Do you mind me asking what were their intentions when studying Physics or Maths.
And whether what they are doing now reflects it.
Their intentions -- they liked physics
what they are do now does not reflect their intentions, nor does it have anything to do with physics.
One became a risk consultant for a NYC firm
The other became a programmer for a financial firm
Oh, and one of their classmates joined Microsoft's non-programmer programming trainee programs after graduation.
the reason they did this was because "i wouldn't have been able to find a job otherwise"