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    O.k i just wanted to know the percentage of people who like hands on :rolleyes: i'll try and be more specific on poll :p:
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    Well I'm doing geography but don't want either of those careers.
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    wheres engineering??? ow my word.. all those listed jobs are boring...theyre jobs for southern wussies :eek:
    *waits for ramroffs reply concerning southeners*
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    I know i dont know all the jobs but would love to know what jobs are out there because i need inspiration for my future job i.e i like french and travel and flying
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    i don't know why but i've always liked the idea of being a travel agent... i don't see that being possible though. I got an A at GCSE French, but I didn't take it as an A-level. Ooops!5
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    (Original post by philip2004)
    I know i dont know all the jobs but would love to know what jobs are out there because i need inspiration for my future job i.e i like french and travel and flying
    Fly to France and then hitch hike around the country. Be a professional explorer or something. Think Bruce Parry! Simple
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    Languages I am going for and I would prefer to be in the country and travel rather than focus solely on office work, although of course if you have to you have to.
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    I want to do forensic accounting(the 2nd law option from the poll), got an interview later.
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    none of these.


    i wanna be a film/tv researcher or cinematographer
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    (Original post by emma155)
    I want to do forensic accounting(the 2nd law option from the poll), got an interview later.
    What's forensic accounting i like the idea of forensics but seen as i dont like touching those type of things or looking at those type of pics dont think i could do it. although things like artifacts seem better. like i enjoy the thought of soliving crime.
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    (Original post by philip2004)
    O.k i just wanted to know the percentage of people who like hands on :rolleyes: i'll try and be more specific on poll :p:
    none of those apply to me (sparky)
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    (Original post by philip2004)
    I know i dont know all the jobs but would love to know what jobs are out there because i need inspiration for my future job i.e i like french and travel and flying
    Flying French gypsy ?
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    (Original post by philip2004)
    O.k i just wanted to know the percentage of people who like hands on :rolleyes: i'll try and be more specific on poll :p:
    Where's medicine? That's fairly hands on
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    Scientist!!
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    Where's medicine? That's fairly hands on
    sorry i could only fit 10 jobs. not that medecine is less important i just forgot.
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    A judicial one. :p:
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    (Original post by philip2004)
    What's forensic accounting i like the idea of forensics but seen as i dont like touching those type of things or looking at those type of pics dont think i could do it. although things like artifacts seem better. like i enjoy the thought of soliving crime.
    Its to do with fraud and stuff like that, aquiring information to be used in the court of law, not the other type of forensics, I wouldn't like doing that either.
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    You've spelt psychology wrong in the poll
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    (Original post by emma155)
    Its to do with fraud and stuff like that, aquiring information to be used in the court of law, not the other type of forensics, I wouldn't like doing that either.
    That seems more interesting. is it trying to spot strange movements in bank accounts. i like investigative work when your not dealing directly with them.
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    (Original post by play_the_world)
    You've spelt psychology wrong in the poll
    yeah they should spell it sycology or sicology
 
 
 

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