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    I was wondering how many job opportunities would be available for me if I picked biology, chemisty, psychology and geography. Thanks in advance!
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    Loaaaads. Most of the time, these days, a levels and degrees can lead to all kinds of funky job choices. Employers are all about 'transferable skills' rather than specific A levels per se (unless you want to be a brain surgeon or something). Just do subjects you enjoy and think you'll do well in. And for the love of all things holy, stay on top of your work. I am speaking from experience.

    Good luck dude x
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    (Original post by HurtfulHarold)
    I was wondering how many job opportunities would be available for me if I picked biology, chemisty, psychology and geography. Thanks in advance!
    http://www.bestcourse4me.com/explore/

    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...with-my-degree

    Plus the ones that just need a general degree This is assuming you're planning on going to uni?
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    (Original post by raspberr1es)
    Loaaaads. Most of the time, these days, a levels and degrees can lead to all kinds of funky job choices. Employers are all about 'transferable skills' rather than specific A levels per se (unless you want to be a brain surgeon or something). Just do subjects you enjoy and think you'll do well in. And for the love of all things holy, stay on top of your work. I am speaking from experience.

    Good luck dude x
    Thanks! What do you mean by transferable skills by the way?
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    (Original post by emiloujess)
    http://www.bestcourse4me.com/explore/

    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...with-my-degree

    Plus the ones that just need a general degree This is assuming you're planning on going to uni?
    Yup! I just want to find a job that I enjoy where those A Levels will be beneficial.
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    (Original post by HurtfulHarold)
    Yup! I just want to find a job that I enjoy where those A Levels will be beneficial.
    Those should help you then Best of luck!
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    (Original post by HurtfulHarold)
    Thanks! What do you mean by transferable skills by the way?
    Skills that can be used in a variety of different areas. For example, in history you learn analytical skills but this can also be useful in marketing.
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    (Original post by raspberr1es)
    Skills that can be used in a variety of different areas. For example, in history you learn analytical skills but this can also be useful in marketing.
    Thanks, sorry for the late reply by the way.
 
 
 
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