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Professions Determine an individuals social popularity ranking

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Started: 2/3/2015 Category: Society
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Kaceyadamus

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Firstly, I welcome you reader for taking upon your time to calmingly stumble upon this debate thread, let me begin by stating my argument that, any individual who takes on a profession, especially one with such high communal admiration such as for example engineering or neuroscience will greatly depict their social lifestyle.

And from that opening statement, I formally invite any intelligent contender and I wish he/she good luck for the future discussion.

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Posted by Pink3433 2 years ago
Pink3433
Are you talking about social ranking? inferiority?
It would be silly to debate over a persons social life
Posted by Kaceyadamus 2 years ago
Kaceyadamus
Too further clarify my proposition as some seem to not quite understand , i shall try break it down into 2 key categories:

First, I will restate my claim that the majority of individuals who have undertaken a profession with such high communal value Eg. (Computer engineer, Physician) don't associate themselves to having a party, social life, such as (Clubbing or Bars).

1. Lifestyle: Usually these types of individuals stay at home often researching and developing new skills in their field of work, of course they socialize here and there though they prioritize work over the social aspect of life.

2. Colleagues / Friends: Generally the colleagues and friends that are associated within a profession all share the same ideals that showing off their findings or improvements within their field is more rewarding than going out clubbing or socializing.
For eg (Computer Programmers invest most of their time in mastering their code and showing their progress to their colleagues).
Posted by Beagle_hugs 2 years ago
Beagle_hugs
My personal observations and a wide array of social myth and meme do not support your proposition, and this may reflect the reality of the matter. I am reluctant to accept your debate without some clarification, as it is too ungrammatical for me to be sure what you are claiming.
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