I also attended a coding bootcamp and was surprised how transferable my econ skills/knowledge were. In terms of being able to think of a "system" and see the different parts and how they interact with each other and also influence the outcome.
So cool you said cooking skills. What made your cooking skills transferable?
What were some of the skills you found transferable in your previous econ background? I always find it interesting to find the correlation between different industries!
Haha that would be great “ooo too much salt let me git revert that” 😂
That is super cool though. It sounds similar to how my econ degree/thinking transferred. Thinking of a system input and outputs. How can I change the inputs to get the desired output or how could I use different inputs to get the same output. How the inputs interact with each other.
Systems thinking is what I would consider it. But also aside from any skill transfer I believe you need to have a general interest “how things work”. Sounds like you do!
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