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    When I left school in July I decided I wanted a change so I left the education system I was used to and got an apprenticeship. After doing an apprenticeship in Business Administration for 3 months I have decided I want to go back to "normal" education and I am looking to apply to college. I have also decided that I would like to work towards having a job that doesn't involve being in an office as I find them difficult to work in,I know its little information to go on but, any advice? What should I study? Career ideas?
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    What sort of stuff do you enjoy? Manual labour? Arts? Sport?
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    What sort of stuff do you enjoy? Manual labour? Arts? Sport?
    I am currently waitressing at the weekends (so working 7 days a week- mental) but I enjoy the customer service aspect of it. Due to the fact that I am only 16 I haven't really experienced many roles
 
 
 
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