I need to ask a question about what path to follow and what knowledge must be acquired to land a job in a certain big company? (Knowing the requirements of the job position aren't enough to tell you how to go about acquiring them.)
Questions asking for advice on a specific choice, such as what job to take or what skills to learn, are difficult to answer objectively and are rarely useful for anyone else. Instead of asking which decision to make, try asking how to make the decision, or for more specific details about one element of the decision.
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When people ask us for personalized advice, a lot of the specific details will not apply to other people who come across the question since their details may be slightly different and they can't determine whether or not the answer is appropriate for their situation. It's also hard to answer these questions objectively; we're not looking for collections of unsupported opinions.