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I'm currently in yr12 and I do Religious Studies, Sociology and Health and Social care for A levels. I'm really confused on what career path to go to. It's stressing me out, I'm so clueless.
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I'm currently in yr12 and I do Religious Studies, Sociology and Health and Social care for A levels. I'm really confused on what career path to go to. It's stressing me out, I'm so clueless.
Consider what your interests are and where you strength lies. You want to go into a career that you are passionate about and motivated to work hard.

You may find reading career profiles can be useful to see what types of careers are out there and what career path it requires:

One resource you can use is Prospects: https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles

You could also use the National Careers service (https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk) has a list of job profiles, a career quiz and links for more careers guidance.

Once you form a few ideas, getting related work experience or volunteering can give you a greater insight into a field and help you form a decision. From then on, you can start to plan your next few steps!
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