Why do historians study geography

Geography, Philosophy & History

  • Hello everybody,

    I need a little help from people who are a little more familiar with torture. And it is about the subjects geography, philosophy and history.
    I will probably study a combination of two of the three subjects mentioned, which is why I am wondering what the chances are in NRW in this regard. Which combination is the most promising in terms of job opportunities? And is a combination of two of these subjects even useful if you want to see the country after graduating?

    I have already found out about the University of Cologne and looked at their forecasts, but I don't really know how seriously I have to take all of this. According to their forecasts, the professional chances of getting started with the subjects I prefer are rather poor. With the G9 coming back, I have the feeling that these forecasts may not be entirely reliable and up-to-date. What do you think of that?

    Greetings Fil

  • Warning: The career prospects with these subjects are very, very bad!

    As a member of the school management I have access to applications and / or insight into the application process - you won't believe how many trainee lawyers with very good state exams (<1.5) end up on the street or in bad temporary contracts.

    Let be a combination of these subjects! Take one of these and combine it with math, physics, possibly with computer science, Latin, art or chemistry.

    Google also times for "Teacher Training Requirement Forecast NRW".

    Best wishes!

  • Latin also no longer has good prospects. The market has once been saturated with lateral entrants.
    Computer science and art will be fished from the market right away. Music too. (At least at the comprehensive school.)
    However, this is the current state ...

    Dödudeldö is the 2nd future tense at sunrise.

  • I always say at this point: Choose subjects that are considered difficult or for which you need talent! Both aspects put off prospective teacher training students and ensure that there is always a need in these subjects. Even if you are not a great historian, you can somehow work your way into history - this is much more difficult in subjects like chemistry. Such subjects suit you - or you don't.

    Like Lord Voldemord, I recommend a combination of a favorite subject (ideally a deficiency subject) and a deficiency subject.

    The world's a little blurry ...

  • And the problem with history and geography would be that these are mostly taught as one subject at Gesmatschule and vocational high school (social studies).

    Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday.

  • Hello everybody,

    I need a little help from people who are a little more familiar with torture. And it is about the subjects geography, philosophy and history.
    I will probably study a combination of two of the three subjects mentioned, which is why I am wondering what the chances are in NRW in this regard. Which combination is the most promising in terms of job opportunities? And is a combination of two of these subjects even useful if you want to see the country after graduating?

    I have already found out about the University of Cologne and looked at their forecasts, but I don't really know how seriously I have to take all of this. According to their forecasts, the professional chances of getting started with the subjects I prefer are rather poor. With the G9 coming back, I have the feeling that these forecasts may not be entirely reliable and up-to-date. What do you think of that?

    Greetings Fil

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    Take these forecasts very seriously; apart from occasional deviations, they are very realistic. Everything else has already been stated - the employment opportunities are miserable with your desired combination and it is the most direct and easiest route to unemployment after graduation.

  • Thanks for your answers, I was already expecting something similar. I already know the graphic below, it was the reason why I asked for your assessments here. If I had the choice, I would choose the subjects you mentioned. Unfortunately, I don't like science and math at all, and my Abitur is not good enough for English at high schools. I don't have any more time to lose either, so I can't collect any more waiting semesters. I will probably study geography and history now, you have a bit of risk everywhere anyway, if you weren't exactly a flyer from your grades.

    The forthcoming reintroduction of the G9 also gives me a bit of hope and that the advice to refrain from certain subjects may mean that certain subjects may no longer be studied as often.

  • Thanks for your answers, I was already expecting something similar. I already know the graphic below, it was the reason why I asked for your assessments here. If I had the choice, I would choose the subjects you mentioned. Science and math are unfortunately absolutely not my thing, and my high school diploma is not good enough for English at high schools. I don't have any more time to lose either, so I can't collect any more waiting semesters. I will probably study geography and history now, you have a bit of risk everywhere anyway, if you weren't exactly a flyer from your grades.

    The forthcoming reintroduction of the G9 also gives me a bit of hope and that the advice to refrain from certain subjects may mean that certain subjects may no longer be studied as often.

    I don't want to offend you, but with this attitude "Oh, there's always a little risk involved." / "XY gives me hope that something could change." Thousands of graduates are now sitting on the street wishing to be able to turn back time, but now have to look around in wage slavery in an unrelated way. We cannot do more than warn you about this professional headshot here, you will have to take responsibility for it yourself, demand forecasts and newspaper articles about it are finally available in heaps (in the following Bavaria, but in the area of ​​grammar school / comprehensive school 1: 1 transferable to NRW ): https://www.merkur.de/bayern/j…10-schluss-3337435.html

    In conclusion, I can only give you the following Alternatives with far better job prospects propose:

    • Would you like to teach Sek II? Then study the teaching degree for vocational schools, here you can either combine a professional subject (social education and health / care hardly contain mathematics) with a general education subject or two general education subjects with each other (e.g. German and politics).

    • Would you like to teach sec I? Then choose the teaching post for HRGe, the hiring prospects in NRW are currently not bad.

    • Special education seems to be falling flat for you. If I'm wrong, the inclusion has created a lot of new study places in Wuppertal, Paderborn, etc. lately and thus also the NC lower than before (before SonderPäd was only in Dortmund and Cologne and therefore the NC was high, just for a minute google for "Lehramt Sonderpädagogik NRW"). Here you can choose between German and Maths for the first subject and a wider selection for the second subject, including humanities subjects.

  • And it is about the subjects geography, philosophy and history.
    I will probably study a combination of two of the three subjects mentioned

    Absolutely no way!! Just not !! That's about the worst combination you can choose!

  • How about a primary school teacher? The course is very demanding, but the job is all the more beautiful!