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    Basically I'm very interseted in two Uni courses, but both are very different and my mum and people keep saying to me I need to choose the one that has more jobs to offer/ has less competitve jobs.
    I'm stuck between:
    - a zoology degree, or zoology with marine zollogy

    OR do a degree in:
    - history of art, or history of art combined with religious studies.

    Out of the two subjects area I'm stuck between, which would be a better graduate to study that will offer more jobs, zoology or history of art.
    As people keep saying how zoology/animal related degrees won't offer me much with it being so competitve, and I will end up in a low paid job.

    Any advice.
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    (Original post by k.r.b)
    Basically I'm very interseted in two Uni courses, but both are very different and my mum and people keep saying to me I need to choose the one that has more jobs to offer/ has less competitve jobs.
    I'm stuck between:
    - a zoology degree, or zoology with marine zollogy

    OR do a degree in:
    - history of art, or history of art combined with religious studies.

    Out of the two subjects area I'm stuck between, which would be a better graduate to study that will offer more jobs, zoology or history of art.
    As people keep saying how zoology/animal related degrees won't offer me much with it being so competitve, and I will end up in a low paid job.

    Any advice.
    :confused:
    Which area would you most like to have a job in in the future?
 
 
 
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