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    what's your opinion! comment below
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    http://www.savethestudent.org/studen...ur-degree.html
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    any degree at oxbridge > investment banking

    life sorted
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    Depends on the degree. Medicine is defo well paid but you have to go to blood,sweat and tears to get a decent salary at the end.
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    I would have thought
    Physics, Maths, Economics, Law, English, History.
    Imagine if someone had all 6!
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    Computer Science, Maths, Economics, Finance, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering...to name a few, your success in the industry will depend on your own strengths.
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    Is psychology cognitive neuroscience a good degree?
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    Dentistry is probably the safest, most guaranteed high salary no matter the circumstances e.g. location, university, and the pay only rises as your experience rises too.
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    (Original post by goal101)
    Is psychology cognitive neuroscience a good degree?
    there's like no jobs for psychology graduates
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    (Original post by chemistrybro)
    there's like no jobs for psychology graduates
    really? what degrees are more likely to lead to a good well paid job?
 
 
 
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