Ok so I've just graduated with a low 2:1 in Economics but it dawned on me during 2nd year that I don't want to do anything office orientated ever, as time went on I didn't pursue an alternative so now I'm kind of trapped. I'm taking a year out for health reasons and need advice going forward
Torn between getting a masters in Economics, getting a job in Economics next year, converting to law via a GDL and then doing the LBC or BPT (?)
Does anyone have any advice on which of these ends up with the least boring career/is the hardest/has the most monetary returns?
Also, regarding internships if I wanted to do any this year would it be too late to apply? How do I apply?
I know these are questions even an 18 year old should have the answer to but I'm not much of a forward thinker, thanks in advance
Need to sort my life out, urgent help needed (Economics/Law) Watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-10-2017 17:06
- 08-10-2017 17:00
What made you consider law as a career? The best career is the one you would take most interest in. Both are fairly well paid. It isn't too late to start looking for internships or some kind of work experience to help you figure out what kind of direction you want to go. I wouldn't go for a masters in Economics unless you are definitely sure it will benefit you.