“You won’t, but the smart kids will.”
Actually, I met a Czech physicist a few years ago whose job had been to conduct chemical analyses on new products developed by various corporations. He got replaced during a downsizing and had to resort to sweeping floors in a school in Japan. Moral: “Smart doesn’t equal employed.”
The probability of getting a good job (i.e. interesting and well-paid) is the product of skill, personality, and chance. You won’t get the best-paid managerial posts, though. These are for the guys who have never understood math and sciences, but were either born rich, deceitful, or the schoolyard bullies.
sounds like the big bang theory episode: The Bat Jar Conjecture.
Ask the kids to calculate how much paint is required to paint a room.
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