This question was just posted to SO:
The OP admits right off the bat that the question is "more of a career question", which is very clearly off-topic. But I could not match one of our off-topic reasons to this question because they are all too specific:
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Other (add a comment explaining what is wrong)
Other can obviously be made to work for any situation, but the question was so far from on-topic that I wasn't really sure how to begin ("wha... you... can't you read?" just didn't seem to fit with the spirit of the new close reasons). Perhaps we need a more general off-topic reason, or at least some language I could copy/paste into the other reason?
As-is, I weant with "primarily opinion-based" which, in this case, seemed to fit just fine.