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    when i was younger so much younger than todayyyyy
    i never needed anybodys help in anyway ,dum dum dum
    but now im graduated i feel so insecure
    i wonder now if uk learning could make me feel goooood!!!!!

    wat should i do with my life;

    now im not saying these things are wrong im just saying i have done 'em and now dont wanna do them again:
    i dont wanna make money for others;like in a big company etc
    i dont wanna working for the benefit of others either; on a moral crusade..please dont assess my ethics its not that i dont like helping people!

    anyway.. if life is short and must be enjoyed, how can i enjoy my life, ive been a student hmmm i enjoyed that but now i want a job a career but one that is interesting..thats all..dont care about the money, just wanna work hard.

    and one that doesnt take 5 yrs training to get too, or does every career?
    thank you for your assistance and help?

    p.s few more very important questions:
    when does life begin? when is the right age to be established in a job/career (any mature advice plz)? what jobs would enable me to travel? why are you guys doing the job you want? and how did you make your decisions to do that career or job? what jobs would stretch my brain?where is my mind?and what is your name?
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    Join the armed forces
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    (Original post by mark1010)
    Join the armed forces
    yvan eht nioj

    beatnik, you sound like an idealist. What did you do your degree in?
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    politics

    but i gotta sort myself out
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    How does this sound:

    http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/LJ990.html

    Watch that site - these sort of vacancies which include tonnes of travel, job security and no making money for shareholders pop up very regularly at uni's all over the country.
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    foreign office
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    (Original post by beatnik)
    politics

    but i gotta sort myself out
    Finally developed the morals that obstruct a career in politics, huh? Kidding.
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    (Original post by Toyosi)
    foreign office
    http://www.faststream.gov.uk/
    and
    http://www.fco.gov.uk/servlet/Front?...=1007029394806
    for more info - you've missed the current milk round though....
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    i know, and all this time i figured i was on the right path!!!

    foreign office sounds cool, even law sounds cool...

    what about a skilled job not so much likfe a trade and im not so concerne about the duration of training...maybe like a chef or even surgeon, any other ideas..

    thanks guys
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    im realllllly losssstttttttttttttt

    i just dont know what to do with my life


    cracking up, im going mental, mad ,
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    (Original post by beatnik)
    im realllllly losssstttttttttttttt

    i just dont know what to do with my life


    cracking up, im going mental, mad ,
    Visit you local uni careers service (so long as you're either a student or within 3 yrs after graduation they will all help you) and take a career test to see what you're eligible for and likely to enjoy.

    Oh and visit http://www.prospects.ac.uk

    You might want to stop whining so much too - it's not a very employable trait

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    im realllllly losssstttttttttttttt

    i just dont know what to do with my life


    cracking up, im going mental, mad ,
    what are your a levels like? politics at huddersfield was it? hmm i think a surgeon is aiming a bit high to be honest
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    i knew someone who did politics in huddersfield.
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    got 3 alevels in physics, chemistry and biology b,b,a

    hey vladek, who dya know who did politics?

    and have researched the whole of prospects already and visited careers guidance? all rubbish
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    (Original post by beatnik)
    got 3 alevels in physics, chemistry and biology b,b,a

    hey vladek, who dya know who did politics?

    and have researched the whole of prospects already and visited careers guidance? all rubbish
    someone called Sian
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    someone called Sian

    And what is Sian doing with his life right now?
 
 
 
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