Q:Okay. So I can't find the post but I think you said your job involved fish? How did you get that job? What kind of formal education did you get? What would you recommend I study in college? Any idea on which college?
This is a good question -
What I would say for you, in the course of study, is to study as much as you can on as wide a variety of different topics as you can. For me personally, I went to university for International Business, but the most important things out of any formal education was learning different topics - the arts, other cultures, history, et cetera.
In the fish biz, you, in most cases, could just walk in a door and get hired almost anywhere without formal education - it’s not typically an arena that focuses as highly on higher education, since there is very little formal training that does you any good in the field. For example, everything I learned about Nature Aquarium was self taught from translating Japanese texts, studying art, history and Japanese gardening.
I always recommend that studying writing is a good idea, as well as history, and that the most important thing is to keep thinking outside of the normal box.
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