Thanks bro, me too.
The majority (95%+) of the members in the Aussie thread have a university degree, or are soon to have one.
That's a telling demographic.
Then again, everyone has a degree in this day and age.
I think it's a fairly logical leap to assume the majority of posters on this thread would be white collar professionals/entrepreneurs or involved in the fashion industry.
My interest was if there was a trend where one profession had a disproportionate representation over another and why that may be the case? I would assume most people in this thread fall into the lawyer/finance/IB/mgmtconsultant type category, that is pure speculation though.
I'm studying computer science would eventually like to get into some research job. My ideal job would be to work for a FOSS company, such as Mozzila, but living in the states doesn't really interest me. I'd love to live in Japan.
I was making a remark about the increased number of students going on to university from high school. Where maybe 20% of high school graduates went onto university, I think the statistic is something up around 30-40% now.
I removed my post - it was a terrible, terrible joke. I'll step aside and leave that stuff to you.