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Computer science or biology
I've been thinking about my major for a while now. I've narrowed it down to either bio or comp sci. I've taken ap classes for both and worked at places for both. My transcript is good enough where I'm confident in getting into a good school for either. I don't really like any subject, but my strongest subjects are bio and comp sci. I've heard that bio is lots of work low pay, and that comp sci is lots of work high pay. I don't care about money, I just want a lax job, so my dream job is to be a professor. Which major is more viable for this? Mainly asking because lots of bio majors have PhDs but can't advance to professor, but on the other hand, I've never met a comp sci major with a PhD.5 replies
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