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    Tesco cashier
    sainburys cashier
    asda cashier
    99p shop cashier
    cashier at Abdul's convenience shop
    security guard at a university accommodation

    etc

    too many to name
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    Most of the replies on here are so *****y! The thing with subjects like Politics and History is that they showcase your skills more than your specific expertise in that area - it shows you are good at communication, analysing and reaching judgments, and can be concise and can see things from different perspectives. These are all skills that employees consider to be very valuable. There is no point in doing a Science degree if you aren't good at it and have no passion for it. If you do a subject which you love and work hard at, there's nothing from stopping you from getting a decent career. As there are so many options, maybe try to do some work experience in the summer such as at a law firm? This sets you aside from other graduates and shows you know the kind of career you could enter
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    Psychologist
    Actor

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    Lawyer
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    Psychologist
    Actor

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    Most of the replies on here are so *****y! The thing with subjects like Politics and History is that they showcase your skills more than your specific expertise in that area - it shows you are good at communication, analysing and reaching judgments, and can be concise and can see things from different perspectives. These are all skills that employees consider to be very valuable. There is no point in doing a Science degree if you aren't good at it and have no passion for it. If you do a subject which you love and work hard at, there's nothing from stopping you from getting a decent career. As there are so many options, maybe try to do some work experience in the summer such as at a law firm? This sets you aside from other graduates and shows you know the kind of career you could enter
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    Do what you love: cleaning the aisles of Sainsbury's
    Majority of people who work at supermarkets are STUDENTS who are part time and do shift work lol they make a lot of profit through doing it that way as they don't have to pay them as much. And is it really any of your business if someone does that and are happy doing that? The world needs scientists, yes, but it also needs many other people and you clearly can't see that - what do you think politicians do at uni? Usually PPE, and the original course is very similar lol
 
 
 
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