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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
    • Thread Starter

    We spend 80,000 hours of our life at work so, I'm hugely interested in what you think about the current ways of getting into a career?

    Do you get a good enough understanding of the careers you are interested in?
    Are you going after the jobs you want or what you think will pay the best?

    Would you be interested in helping create a platform that gives you insight into a job role and helps you get into that position?

    I am only 15 and doing my GCSEs so I do not have a very detailed understanding of the careers I am interested in.
    I am going after a career I want and would like to study Economics at Uni to pursue a career in Business.
    I would LOVE to help create the platform!
Updated: May 26, 2016
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