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    I'm thinking of taking maths French and probably biology (but potentially a different science) - are these choices ok from an employer's point of view bearing in mind I don't know what I want to do?
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    Very broad question - what kind of employer? French is certainly going to like favourable (as it's a foreign language), but once again this entirely depends on what industry you're going into.

    For uni these are all very 'facilitating' subjects.
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Very broad question - what kind of employer? French is certainly going to like favourable (as it's a foreign language), but once again this entirely depends on what industry you're going into.

    For uni these are all very 'facilitating' subjects.
    I'm not sure, but at the moment I think I either want to go into something to do with business such as accountancy or if I can find something that appeals to me, something directly to do with languages like a translator, which is just an example because I don't think I want to do that. Thanks for responding!
 
 
 

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