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    I have a 2:2 Law degree from the University of Exeter (or will do in two months), and no real aspirations. Obviously, I need a job to live, and likely to support my mother as well as myself. I'd appreciate any suggestions, thoughts, opinions or ideas.
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    Do some voluntary work/work experience in anything you are interested in - even as a hobby. Then you will get an idea of some of the options available, to see if you find anything you would like to do as a career.
 
 
 
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