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    I love learning about how the earth works such as natural disasters like tornados and how they work, the only career that i can see to do with this is Meterology but you need Science A levels and im not as good at science although i feel i do well in geography and do it as a A level at the mo. I was wondering maybe if there was a simular career in this or maybe a easier way in uni in the UK to get to instead of doing in A level?
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    you could go into something like natural disaster planning? you would be working with natural disasters but would probs not need the science background.

    however if you realy want to work with natural disasters and how they work then im afraid you really need some type of science back ground
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    Ohh i didnt think of that one i might look into it.
    Thankyou for that
 
 
 
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