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    How can i do this . I've got my degree but I get confused about what options i have working in health sector or role which has alot of career progression.

    I was think speech therapy or psychological health practitioner. Im finding it hard to convince hospitals to let me come and observe for one day and see the different type of roles.

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    Look at jobs you're interested in and see what the entry requirements are. These jobs are quite specialist and vocational so I'd imagine you'd have to go back to uni and study the relevant degree. Try and get some work experience first though to work out which field you'd like to be in.
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    But if i was to get a health job which would also give me exposure to psychologists and the work they do, what would be a good role? Ive got a 2:2 in psychology which i think would make it hard for me to get a psychology assis job.

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    Look for things that will give you exposure to what you want to find out more about and get experience with and that you meet the entry requirements for.


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    bit of a mickey mouse degree tbh, maybe apply at Holland & Barrett as a sales assistant and go from there
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    And how can i get a range of psychology experience with adults and i can practice as a psychotherapist after doing a masters cant i . Rather than the whole phd?

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