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acr wrote:Renege. And tell career services to go fuck themselves while you're at it. They're worried about preserving their reputation with the DA, they're not looking out for your best interest.
This. CS has an interest adverse to yours. Fuck them. I mean fuck CS at every school.
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Lacepiece23 wrote:Yeah I guess, I just never really placed much faith in them in the first place, and have always done my own independent research on this type of stuff. I just thought it was kind of common sense that they care about getting the most people employed possible to help the school look better and this may or may not align if your interest.
A. Nony Mouse wrote:It's not like it's unclear who actually pays the career advisors, though, or hard to imagine that they want to preserve relationships with firms for future students. (It's still dumb advice but I agree that students should be savvy enough to consider the source.)
Agreed. Obviously it sucks that career services has incentives that prevent them from giving each individual student the best possible advice, but it's also not worth having a chip on your shoulder about.
My bigger complaint is that they're not very useful.
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