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    Originally , i was going to apply for biochemistry and biomedical sciences. But i also heard that these degrees have bad working hours, and job prospect aren't that good.
    I was also thinking about pharamacy but heard that job prospect aren't that great too.
    So could anyone give me a list of degree that have good job prospects after uni.
    (i have a level chemistry, maths and biology, With BBB)
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    (Original post by hamsa16)
    Originally , i was going to apply for biochemistry and biomedical sciences. But i also heard that these degrees have bad working hours, and job prospect aren't that good.
    I was also thinking about pharamacy but heard that job prospect aren't that great too.
    So could anyone give me a list of degree that have good job prospects after uni.
    (i have a level chemistry, maths and biology, With BBB)
    Have a look here: http://russellgroup.org/InformedChoices-latest.pdf

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    (Original post by usycool1)
    Have a look here: http://russellgroup.org/InformedChoices-latest.pdf

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    Thanks man ,Really helped a lot :top:

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    (Original post by Efteker_uddin)
    Thanks man ,Really helped a lot :top:

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    (Original post by usycool1)
    Have a look here: http://russellgroup.org/InformedChoices-latest.pdf

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    medicine would be a good bet if get the grades too.
    EDIT: Sorry, just saw the BBB (most req A's, my bad).
    Statisticians do well, or use bio to do epidemiology.
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    You can get in to a lot of healthcare courses with those sorts of grades, if that's something that interests you at all.
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    It really depends on what you're interested in and what you see yourself doing for the rest of your life.

    There are lots of careers from a biomed degree, just make sure you do an accredited course. There's also the scientist training program if you want something after your degree that's structured and will give you paid work whilst funding a masters and further qualifications.

    In a perfect world, what do you see yourself doing, regardless of grades/ pay etc? What would be your perfect job?
 
 
 
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