Brexit: A world of career opportunities? Watch

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Brexit might be delayed until January but it is still generating a lot of uncertainty and debate on it's eventual impact.

Do you think the UK will be better off economically post-Brexit?

Do you think there will be even more pressure on the graduate jobs market?

Dr Simon J Smith (Associate Professor of Security and International Relations) offers his perspective.

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Indeed. In the way that not having access to a hospital is an opportunity to do your own surgery.
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there will be a huge demand for mental health support as people crumble under the disaster. the NHS will be unable to service this need, so an army of freelance therapists will need to be formed.
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pop-up euthanasia clinics will also be a huge thing; anyone aged over 50 will be permitted to end their Brexit misery for a fixed fee.
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