Fact: There is no immunity or protection against The Law of Scoreboards.
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For example, take a degree in history, literature, economics, etc. - all these things require no hands-on training, they only require a lot of reading and feedback. Reading you can do on your own, and feedback is all the rejection you are going to suffer unless come up with something actually useful rather than just bunch of useless theories that don't amount to anything.
That reminds me of when I was interviewing new hires for a position in the IT department. I liked one of the candidates and on the second interview I asked him what his major was in college. He said he was a History major and then proudly stated he graduated with a 3.8 GPA.
The next question I asked him was, "so with your 3.8 GPA in History did you plan on going to work for one of the big History firms in town?"