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    I was looking at Shipbroking as a potential future career path but I was wondering if a geography degree will help in any way in getting into the industry. And also if shipbroking is a competitive job, by this I mean is it possible you'll be pushed out of the job by others. Any info would be great! Thanks!

    PS - Sorry if this was posted in the wrong forum, it's my first post haha.

    I think a business degree will be better than a geography one as it deals more with trading. However if shipbroking requires a good knowledge of the shipping industry (Supply chain?), then geography will also be useful.

    Website about shipbroking career:http://www.balticexchange.com/other-...areers-advice/
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