10/19/2016 (Wed) 05:46:28
I thought not bad, but just now the news said some school made into policy that you can only call girls and boys "students". So who knows. But, it may
not be as bad as it sounds because of the way Finland handles policy: we like to write things down in a strict way but rely on good judgement in practice. It's not worrisome because it's not state law, just a policy markup, and because of a cultural atmosphere that you wouldn't understand. But the text exists, so I guess it's a precedent.>is it possible to get a job over there
no>without learning Finngolian
comme si, comme sa>I do in fact have a STEM degree
But I'm fucking with you, both high end and low end jobs exist, and it's scarce at the middle. It all depends what exact degree you have and feel lucky about in such a small national economy as ours.
Come treat our elderly, please, so I don't have to. You're paid in welfare rudabagas.
Honestly, it's likely to be able to come to Finland on a STEM degree, but whoever sends
you through Uni connections or something knows the insider shit better than I ever would. Ask around.