According to a British Instagram model, uploading Instagram videos is a better job than going to engineering school and getting bored.
Take note, engineering schools.
Raquel Llorente, 23, studied engineering and product development at a British university, but then boredom broke in and made Instagram videos more interesting and profitable. .
So Raquel quit school. He ended up working as an engineer.
“I didn’t want to be there at first,” Raquel told The Sun. “I spent all my student loan money on different fabrics and lost myself in jewelry.”
“I’m just having fun and doing what I’m doing – but I’m getting better at make-up and I’m pretty good when I’m not in front of the camera.
And this jewelry is good. The makeup queen claims she spends about $35,000 a year on cosmetic patches on her eyes. An engineering degree won’t pay for college, but Raquel is happy, for Gen Z. that’s what’s important these days.
“Mechanics are important, but I don’t want to make a career in something I hate.”
Now, instead of engineering, Raquel is busy busting her ass to get the next step with her makeup career. This means answering emails, shooting new videos, editing, keeping track of his followers, etc.
“Anyone who tries to be successful should do it because they love it, not because they want to be easy,” the former engineering student warned.
All you need is for Raquel to leave engineering, but as the Washington Post pointed out in October, there are identity issues in the field that lead to students like Llorente to jump. ship for sitting in front of the iPhone.
The Post reports that the United States wants to attract “at least” 50,000 new semiconductor engineers in the next five years “to all employees of new factories and research laboratories ” is being built, including two plants in Ohio that will employ 3,000 people. .
Right now, Raquel doesn’t work in an Ohio semiconductor factory or in automotive products for lighting.
He sits in his bedroom wearing a mask so that Meta can continue with his algorithm.
Good luck in the automotive world competing with that.