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    Lately I haven't been enjoying college and I still want to finish Alevels. But I need to know what good jobs I could do if I didn't finish Alevels or if I didn't get the grades I wanted. What careers can I get into with a lack of a levels and with a good salary. Even if I have to work my way up. What companies are good to move up in?
    Where are good places to look? Most apprenticeships want A levels. I need a job with good money. Enough to be independent (mostly)

    Hello, A levels open a lot of doors when it comes to looking for a career. There are different options you can take after your A levels have finished like an apprenticeship. What kind of sector would you be interested in?
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