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    How old are you? When did you start uni and what do you want to be
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    (Original post by Jaydeybaby)
    How old are you? When did you start uni and what do you want to be
    Old enough, and started around 2yrs ago. Not sure what I want to be, but I am applying to certain grad scheme in Accounting and Business which interest me and exploring the sector to see what's out there.
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    Currently 21, doing a masters in Economics and Financial Analysis. Started uni at 18 doing a degree in Economics and Banking. No set career path as of yet and you will find that a lot of people feel that way. I would like to go into the Civil Service or banking or hedge funds/wealth investor or charity work. As i said, nothing is set in stone and I'm keeping my options open. Is it hard? Yes, I think a degree needs to be challenging enough to keep you interested but if it's something you have an interest in then it shouldn't be hard to overcome any difficulties. A lot of universities offer a lot of support, you just need to make use of it.
 
 
 
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