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    So I'm starting to look at career choices now and I figured to get a high paying job, I'de need to study for some sort of qualification in uni. There are so many but I just like to know what are the difference between them and what they each involve. Like the masters degree, associates degree ect...
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    Hi Victoria

    It would help to know what subject you are looking to study.
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    (Original post by Victoria39)
    So I'm starting to look at career choices now and I figured to get a high paying job, I'de need to study for some sort of qualification in uni. There are so many but I just like to know what are the difference between them and what they each involve. Like the masters degree, associates degree ect...
    It would also help to know which country you intend to study in. The qualifications vary between countries.
 
 
 
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