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07-10-2013, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
So I just graduated with a doctorate in nuclear physics from MIT. I decided it would be fun to get into pro sports and I applied for an analyst position at the National Hockey League to calculate salary cap numbers. Unfortunately they said I wasn't qualified to handle such complex things

As a former physics major going to graduate school at columbia for applied math - none of that would be helpful

They'd be better off going with someone competent in excel and finished something like accounting. Lower salary costs.

Quantum physics isn't even hard! Just a bunch of table-monkeying bull****. Advanced E&M - now that is HARD.

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