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    what could i become with those a-levels, career wise? for the past few years i've said architecture but now all i here is how hard it is to find a job after doing a degree on it. I have just started my first year of sixth form
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    Obviously pursue a career in what your interested in, maybe look at specific universities and the employment rate of their graduates, as well as if they offer a work placement year, as that certainly helps with employability. I would also look at apprenticeships, especially for more vocational careers, as often connections and experience will get you further than academic achievements.
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    Obviously pursue a career in what your interested in, maybe look at specific universities and the employment rate of their graduates, as well as if they offer a work placement year, as that certainly helps with employability. I would also look at apprenticeships, especially for more vocational careers, as often connections and experience will get you further than academic achievements.
    Ok thanks for the help, I'll definitely do that
 
 
 
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