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    definitely C and I would work my socks off because I love my chosen degree
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    C
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    Let's remember that academia does not equate to wealth. Granted, getting a good education should get you a stable, respected and well paid career, but it is very unlikely to make the mega bux. That's in fields such as marketing/business/advertising and trading. w00t.
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    I might change my degree, but I would like to continue studying.
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    I'd probably do 'c' but I'd change my course to Development Studies or Peace Studies and I'd then use the wealth after my degree to do something productive, like setting up a charity.

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    I'd go with C definately as i'm passionate about what i want to study at university. Wealth would help make that easier to achieve in a sense.
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    C, maybe a bit of B hard to tell.

    Ultimately, in the long term, happiness doesn't come from money but a sense of purpose and fulfilment.
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    I'd choose B, because I like being at uni, just not the work that comes with it
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    I say I'd give medicine up, but I don't think I would. I reckon I'd carry on but probably be less worried about failing and therefore try less hard.
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    Maths is awesome. Money wouldn't be enough to get me away from it, and I don't work that hard as it is, so I'd lump for option C.
 
 
 
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