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Dumping ground for misc ideas


  • One thing that's occurred to me is that the amount that you get paid to do something is related to how widely-available is the information necessary to do that job. So, for example, web development is a skill that can be learned online; the information needed to do that job is widely available. On the other hand, many specialized jobs may require knowledge which is not widely available, but is instead passed from one person to the next. Those jobs may end up paying more.

Why "find/follow your passion" is bad advice