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Would financial reasons stop you going to uni this year?

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If you're planning on going to uni this year, would any of these financial reasons stop you?

Since lockdown there's been a whole swathe of new challenges facing young people.

We've heard quite of lot of conversation around concerns about future prospects for young people, and with news that young people are likely to be the worst hit by job loses due to Coronavirus, we wanted to ask whether this might be affecting your decisions about going to uni?

Are you worried about a potential lack of graduate prospects after uni?

Are you reliant on having a part-time job while you're studying?

Alternatively, is it making you more certain about going to uni, so you have a degree qualification when entering the job market?

As part of TSR Answers, we're currently working on getting a bunch of experts in different fields on TSR to support you with questions about things like this - so we'd love to hear how you're feeling.
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Job security is something that worries me
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I am a little concerned about getting a job after but i will be in my second year in september so i am going to keep going no matter what.
Original post by CoolCavy
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Hahhaa partyyyy time :rofl: :facepalm:

Original post by SweetSexySavage
Job security is something that worries me

Yeah I know it's hard, isn't it? Are you at uni looking toward grad jobs? Or are you already currently working?

Original post by Arre
I am a little concerned about getting a job after but i will be in my second year in september so i am going to keep going no matter what.

Ah okay yeah, makes sense. Do you work part time while you study at all?

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