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    Hello, not sure if this is in the right category but wasnt sure where else it could go,
    i am currently finishing my last year of a levels and will be doing a degree in psychology next year then hopefully go on to a masters and eventually a doctorate if all goes to plan (even though it will be very hard with my child)
    anyway i would eventually like to move abroad to work in the field of psychology afterwards, and not sure how to go about finding jobs in this field in another country?
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    Depends on what country you'd like to move to and what exactly you'd like to do with a degree in psychology. Also bear in mind that unless it's an anglophone country, you're likely to have to speak its main language.
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    id like to move to australia or america, somewhere like that and id like to do clinical psychology?
 
 
 
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