cillabilla
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Planning on studying Politics and International relations because of my genuine passion for it, however....been hearing many stories/tales from people who say its not a good choice in terms of having a safe career bet after uni? what do you guys think?
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Well, if you like wearing suits, paper work and being sent to some random country no one knows where, most countrie usually have some sort of shortage of trained diplomats, and I think the UK seems to be one of them. (See, for example: https://www.gov.uk/government/organi...ut/recruitment). It’s also a very useful degree if you’re considering a career in politics.

If you feel like it’s not the kind of job for you - you can change to another one, and if you feel like this is really the one and only degree for you, don’t hesitate to pursue a further academic career! If it’s the course of your life, you won’t regret it.
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