He seems to 'know' a lot about things he knows nothing about, other careers, other people's jobs, that landscape architects are only garden designers. He's so smart he should join Mensa. A lotta big talk.Planderella said:Not to engage you in any type of debate, but I really take offense at you telling me what MY job entails.
Everyone, why does one vocation have to be proven to be 'better' than the other; it seems so important to VT to prove HIS curriculum is the best and every other route is for losers. I'm guessing you're pretty young vt, and haven't learned a lot about life or people or learned to appreciate what is special in everyone. It makes life a lot easier. And you know, on a daily basis, the people who make my life easier are not lawyers or doctors or even urban planners, but the blue collar working people who keep the city around me running smoothly. So I don't ever forget how important they are to me and I don't think I'm better than them just because I have a masters degree.
Hey, we all have unique abilities. I hope we all find the best fit for each of us and thank goodness we all are different and have different abilities, cuz we need them all: civil engineers, landscape architects, planners, trash collectors, dry cleaners, artists, salesmen, plumbers...!
vtboy99 said:BTW, take a look at the professional prestige scale on the US Census Bureau website for Civil Engineers, it is rated way below Architects.
But way above planners. Tell the whole story.
(oops, just read that 'padding' rule. Never happen again.)
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