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    I've been thinking about jobs that I want to do when I'm older and a year or so ago I really liked history and classics so I took those as a levels thinking I could use them to get a job in those areas; I was thinking of being a teacher. I also took psychology as an a level thinking it would be ok but it turns out I love it, I've also had quite a few problems recently and I've had to work with quite a few mental health doctors / nurses and so on. The more I've been thinking the more i think I'd like to work along the mental Health line of work. Does anybody know if I'll be able to with the a levels that i do or is it more or less impossible ?
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    you're on the right path.
    what you're doing is more than enough.

    the more experience you get now, the more likelihood you'll find a very good position that suits your needs.
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    (Original post by Zambrotta)
    you're on the right path.
    what you're doing is more than enough.

    the more experience you get now, the more likelihood you'll find a very good position that suits your needs.
    So it'll be ok that I don't have anything "specialist" so to say in medical care or so ? Like a bio a level or btec in health and social ?
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    yep, you'll be fine.

    but you need to expand your level of knowledge on these things.

    I mean, when you'll be interviewed for a job, they'll look into any effort you've made to improve yourself in those areas. so you need to do some self study for a bit

    good luck
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    (Original post by Zambrotta)
    yep, you'll be fine.

    but you need to expand your level of knowledge on these things.

    I mean, when you'll be interviewed for a job, they'll look into any effort you've made to improve yourself in those areas. so you need to do some self study for a bit

    good luck
    Thank you so so much. You've made me feel a lot better
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    no problem, mate. I wish you all the best.

    I study in Portsmouth uni. if you need anything from here, just drop me a line
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    (Original post by Zambrotta)
    no problem, mate. I wish you all the best.

    I study in Portsmouth uni. if you need anything from here, just drop me a line
    What are you studying ?
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    I'm doing logistics and supply chain management (masters).

    it doesn't go much with what you're studying. lol
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    (Original post by Zambrotta)
    I'm doing logistics and supply chain management (masters).

    it doesn't go much with what you're studying. lol
    Ahah ok, I don't know what I'm studying at the moment, I don't know which way to go haha
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    you seem to have so much passion in Psychology. to for it, mate.

    study the thing that you like. if you do that, you'll excel in it.,. and that will make it easier for you to find a place of work in that area
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    (Original post by Zambrotta)
    you seem to have so much passion in Psychology. to for it, mate.

    study the thing that you like. if you do that, you'll excel in it.,. and that will make it easier for you to find a place of work in that area
    Thank you so much, you've been so helpful. I'm more grateful than you can ever begin to comprehend. Thank you 💕
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    no problem. I'm really glad to make you feel better.

    enjoy it, and looking forward to hear more from you.
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