@SarahAnne Speaking as a Sociology/Social Work graduate who is right on track in terms of the salaries listed above. I think Sociology ended up being a default major for some and could lead to tons of debt. However I strongly disagree that Sociology is always a not work related general "liberal arts" path. The degree did offer a track you could take with very statistics/programming oriented courses, which I did take advantage of. Basically any job that ends in "analyst" that would be great training for. Had I continued with my old company I would have been in the $80,000 or above range but I chose the do-gooder research path. Less money but significantly less bullsh*t and no office cubes. But I did stay long enough in the old job to get my 401k vested which did help my retirement significantly.
Drove instead of taking a plane. Leisurely road trips where you get adequate sleep? Fine. Sleep deprived torture drives that ended in a car totaling but gratefully no serious injuries car accident? Not money saving and dangerous.
@sharongracepjs "interminable Bushwick story" I think the raid made the story even better.
@jasmined "there was a wild boar ragu, I REGRET NOTHING" Dang tootin'. That sounds wonderful
@halloliebchen Yay fun weekend. I amused my husband trying to pronounce the festival's name when I told him about it. He also thought it sounded awesome.
@LookUponMyWorks May the scumbag get an incurable case of scabies. Glad that other than that you had a great weekend.
@LookUponMyWorks , @andnowlights Thanks guys!
@ATF "close to Storrow makes for some grimy windows" Is Storrow a factory? A power plant? Sounds like you had a great weekend though.
@PicNic The quilt is beautiful
@kentuckygal "delicious bourbon-scented candles" Ooooooooooh. I'm glad you had a wonderful weekend.