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    English literature
    Media
    Economics
    Arabic.
    So those are the a-levels i'm doing, as they're broad subjects i have no idea what field i could go into apart from teaching.
    Please list as many degrees or career paths you know that i could get into with them, presuming i got A+ on all, any help much appreciated.
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    well, are you planning on doing a degree or not...?

    If you have a degree any number of civil service, media, or business roles would be relevant - particularly if you continued with e.g. Arabic and/or economics. Without one, you may be able to go into media or business but you're going to be starting at the bottom, working as an office administrator or a production assistant's...assistant. Maybe second assistant. Something like that. An apprenticeship might help you move up a little faster through the process.
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    As above, with a degree the civil service, media and multi-national businesses would probably be the most relevant. Depending on your interest I would say your best bet is to follow economics or arabic, both would get you good jobs after uni that could potentially involve a lot of travelling.
 
 
 
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