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What are the degrees that realistically set you up to the best jobs? I'm not saying the best paid jobs. I'm saying the jobs which allow you to come home in the afternoon and still have free time to go out and be yourself and still be earning around £50k+. And which degrees do you think will be best for the future? I'm asking because I'm looking to go uni, but have no idea what specific field to go into. So is it worth doing a degree with a higher workload, or an easier degree + more experience?
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same :cry2:
i'm applying for podiatry, physio and optom but i'm still reconsidering!
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What are the degrees that realistically set you up to the best jobs? I'm not saying the best paid jobs. I'm saying the jobs which allow you to come home in the afternoon and still have free time to go out and be yourself and still be earning around £50k+. And which degrees do you think will be best for the future? I'm asking because I'm looking to go uni, but have no idea what specific field to go into. So is it worth doing a degree with a higher workload, or an easier degree + more experience?
Medicine, Computer Science and Economics
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Medicine, Computer Science and Economics
Do computer science employers care about rankings?
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Do computer science employers care about rankings?
Only at the beginning after you graduate but experience will outweigh your uni grade and ranking
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What are the degrees that realistically set you up to the best jobs? I'm not saying the best paid jobs. I'm saying the jobs which allow you to come home in the afternoon and still have free time to go out and be yourself and still be earning around £50k+. And which degrees do you think will be best for the future? I'm asking because I'm looking to go uni, but have no idea what specific field to go into. So is it worth doing a degree with a higher workload, or an easier degree + more experience?
If you pick your specialty wisely, Medicine can offer that (not GP!).

I finish around 5pm on most days, and only do 1 in 4 / 5 weekends.
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