With the recent explosion in tech-focused jobs, it's difficult – if not impossible – to imagine a world in which web developers and digital gurus provide no value to society. But in a post-apocalyptic world where walkers run amok, being a software engineer or digital marketing professional isn't going to keep you alive. So, in the event our generation does encounter something like The Walking Dead, which jobs and skills are actually going to be important for sustaining society – and ensuring that your life will be valued by your machete-wielding companions?
Right when some of us wondered whether college was a big waste of time, a course such as The Walking Dead at the University of California Irvine comes along. Not only is it fun, but it’s free. If you’re wondering whether you’ll leave college with nothing more than a lifetime of debt, consider brushing up on your post-apocalyptic survival skills with these zombie college courses.
Ever notice how vampires, in monster lore, are wealthy, cunning and hold positions of power while their undead cousins, zombies, wander around aimlessly with no achievements to speak of? FinancesOnline.com has a few lessons to impart to the walking dead from the more fiscally savvy Transylvanian bloodsuckers.