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    is wedding planning a popular job and if i was going to do it. what a levels should i pick with what degree.
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    is wedding planning a popular job and if i was going to do it. what a levels should i pick with what degree.
    thank you
    You probably shouldn't go to uni for wedding planning. And maths with decision modules would help.
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    Don't go to uni if you want to do that, seek out apprenticeships or work experience etc.
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    The number of weddings is falling precipitously... find another dream.
 
 
 
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