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  1. Two options:

    1) stay in science. They teach (in fact, the Faculty of Philosophy graduates not philosophers, but teachers of philosophy) in different educational institutions.

    Such 20% approximately

    2) go to other areas: business, politics, copywriters, marketing….

    As for “helps” – well, keep in mind that 5 years of study at the Faculty of Philosophy is not “how to live wisely and build your own picture of the world”, but the history of philosophy.

    What are the special features:

    • even in everyday life, you speak a rather complex language with the use of “perception” and “existential” (such a professional differentiation, which in the second scenario passes over time)

    • you know a lot of stories about how the philosophy students went crazy (it's true. I had such a case in my group)

    • off-scale multi-knowledge (NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH WISDOM) and snobbery

    Otherwise, they produce the same inexperienced boys and girls in life as the rest of the faculties.

    Who also make a lot of mistakes, step on a rake and stuff bumps.

    Lots of cones and lots of rakes.

  2. They drink a lot and for the most part have already come to terms with the fact that everything is rotten (in fact, it's not). And, of course, “a rather complicated and confusing personal life for an outsider observer”, when it exists.

  3. My friend is a certified philosopher who found herself in analytical journalism. He is very adept at writing political reviews and analyzing geopolitical trends) True, she has a rather complicated and confusing personal life for an outsider, but unlike all her relatives and friends, she considers everything that happens to her to be the norm, which is quite consistent with some kind of philosophical system.

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