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    currently still doing GCSE's but just chose my A level options as psychology, philosophy, sociology and english lit, but i actually still don't know what i want to/ or can do in terms of an actual job in the future, so what are jobs can these relate to??

    Sociology/Pshycology/Philosphy/English Teacher at a Primary/Secondary school or even at a College/Sixth Form.

    English based:
    • Editorial assistant
    • English as a foreign teacher
    • Journalist
    • Writer
    • Librarian
    • Advertising Account Executive
    • Advertising Copywriter
    • Information Afficer
    • PR Officer
    • Records Manager
    Sociology based:
    • Advice worker
    • Community Development Worker
    • Social Researcher
    • Social Worker
    • Youth Worker
    • Charity Fundraiser
    • Housing Manger
    • HR Officer
    • Probation Officer
    Psychology based:
    • Clinical Psychologist
    • Counselling Psychologist
    • Forensic Psychologist
    • Educational Psychologist
    • Occupational Psychologist
    • Sports and Exercise Psychologist
    Philosophy based:
    • Barrister
    • Civil Service Fast Streamer
    • Health Service Manager
    • Local Government Officer
    • Marketing Executive
    • Psychotherapist
    • Recruitment Consultant
    • Solicitor
    • Newspaper Journalist
    The bold ones are what I think include all subjects combined.
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