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    (Original post by mansnothot)
    I dont know what degree I should choose?
    What subjects do you enjoy at the moment? Any hobbies?
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    What subjects do you enjoy at the moment? Any hobbies?
    See the thing is im interested in like science, like i wouldnt mind studying about biology in univesrity, but i want to take a degree course that after i complete I can get a job. So a degree where there is a good chance I will get a job. Because I dont want to struggle through my uni course and again struggle after uni to find a job but just doing some research i cant find any courses that i would be interested in. I'm into like design and production of things. and not to much into maths heavy stuff. the struggles.
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    See the thing is im interested in like science, like i wouldnt mind studying about biology in univesrity, but i want to take a degree course that after i complete I can get a job. So a degree where there is a good chance I will get a job. Because I dont want to struggle through my uni course and again struggle after uni to find a job but just doing some research i cant find any courses that i would be interested in. I'm into like design and production of things. and not to much into maths heavy stuff. the struggles.
    Be in no doubt that you will definitely be able to get a good job with a Biology degree. In fact, it doesn't really matter what kind of degree you get because your employability matters more. Most if not all unis offer work experience, societies + clubs, internships etc. With a lot of science degrees you can complete research which you can add to your CV. If you are still worried, though, have you tried looking for a course with a year placement or maybe a science-based apprenticeship? And if you're into design and production, how about bioengineering?
 
 
 
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