NewbieJuly 16, 2019 at 5:41 pmHub Points109
So, we were discussing about careers on discord today and we came up with some nice ideias! The general ideia is that you would need some skills to apply to jobs. You could develop your skills during school – maybe you could choose what skills to develop by studying harder in some subjects or by enrolling at some after-classes activities idk. We even talked about the possibility of adding university education, for developing more skills and getting better jobs.
The ideia is that every job would need different skills, so your character could only be accepted if they had those skills. Some jobs, of course, would need more skill levels than others. Or maybe they could even start in a high position if they already had high-level skills!
This would make schools and educations feel a lot less pointless and a lot more realistic!0
NewbieJuly 16, 2019 at 6:19 pmHub Points0
This is a great idea!0
NewbieJuly 17, 2019 at 10:30 pmHub Points220
this is a good idea! i’d like to see a realistic education system!0
NewbieJuly 18, 2019 at 12:25 pmHub Points137
This idea is great! But what if two parents with different skills have a child and this child inherits the parents’ skills?0
Noteworthy NewcomerJuly 18, 2019 at 10:33 pmHub Points334
I would love the idea of online universities or schools and as well as having multiple different schools, that specialize in certain skills like magnet schools, or even boarding schools.0
Star HubkinJuly 19, 2019 at 7:31 pmHub Points10151
I love the idea of certain jobs requiring certain skills. Education playing a part in that would be nice as well.
For, schools, it would be nice to see different types of schools like public, private, arts, etc. Some could even cost more than others.
For careers, I really hope the game has a lot of traditional careers. Things like construction worker, garbageman, teacher, lawyer, fireman, police officer, accountant. I enjoy simple careers.0
Noteworthy NewcomerJuly 20, 2019 at 1:27 pmHub Points405quote httpsusu post_id=86 time=1563452745 user_id=130:
Inherit skills seems illogical to me, but how about people can teach their skills to others?
And not only add skills by going to school (choosing majors), self learning with books, online courses or just browsing the web should also be possible (to a certain degree). Maybe not for all skills, no hospital would hire a self-thought doctor, but self-learned programmers are not that uncommon at all.0
NewbieJuly 21, 2019 at 6:25 amHub Points109quote kliekie post_id=160 time=1563629242 user_id=168:
Yeah, I mean… for sure you should be able to self learn skills too! I only mentioned schools and uni because the ideia is make education have an objective, but I’m hoping you’ll be able to develop skills by a lot of different methods.0
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