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Mar 12 2001Civil Engineering
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Consider carefully your career choice and plan a strategy to achieve your career goals.
Will your career choice bring you a high degree of job satisfaction?
Is it what you want to do with your life?If not, consider guidance counseling.
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Mar 12 2001Industrial Operations Engineering
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Go to college... work hard... study hard... make the sacrifice... and also enjoy this special time because you will carry this experience with you forever! Eat Em Up Coogs!!!
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Mar 12 2001Business - Management and Administration
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I would recommend that they become a strong supporter of their University. We have so many that get an education and walk away and never give back to their great University. Houston is probably the best example, where our students graduate and have no feelings for the school and never give back financial support, while it, the Univeersity, is an integral part of their makeup. They wreak of parsimony!
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