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    Hey guys, was curious about the typical poster here. Would be helpful to have an idea of how we all relate to each other when seeking styles and advice.


    From my end, I'm a 25 year old graduate student


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    20 year old undergraduate engineering student.


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    23 year old middle school teacher/graduate student.


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    21 year old rock climbing instructor/arabic&islamic studies/nonprofit


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    20 year old undergrad marketing studies


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    26 year old grad student. Think we are spotting a trend here?


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    29 year old married software developer.
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    26 year old grad student. Think we are spotting a trend here?</blockquote>


    Out of curiosity, how many of you that are grad students are grad students due to the terrible economy?


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    25 year old molecular biologist/clinical research coordinator for a biotech company that researches and develops probiotic supplements. Just finished my M.S. in Pharmacology and I was not a grad student due to the bad economy. I was also working full time at another job while in grad school.


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    Haha, good question, I'm actually a medical student. Nothing to do with the economy, but the only way to get where I wanted to be.


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