for the love of god don't do it...
medicine isnt just a degree, if you get the job it`l be part of your life. so its not worth it. stick to what you like. and theres a need for mathematicians, particularly maths teachers which are given are extra grant to go in to teaching as theres a shortage.
Its as good a reason as any, though personally I would go for accounting.
There's not too much job security left any more...
Definitely no, Medicine is one of those careers that requires you to WANT to do it and, moreso be passionate about studying it. Be a chartered accountant.
It'll just make you sodding miserable if you do it.
No, do what interests you, ie financial jobs. Take on maths, economics, further maths and possibly business studies to A Level to go down the financial route.
People find it tough enough to cope with medicine when they want to do it, neither mind when they don't want to!
Dude, by the time you qualify the economy will be at LEAST 7 years on from this recession, and who knows what state the NHS will be in? I wouldn't go into Medicine on the basis of job security alone, especially if it's not something you're even interested in, let alone passionate about.
Frankly, being at such an early stage (i.e. pre-A-level), plus the fact you hate science, it's really quite honestly one of the stupidest options possible.
If you hate science, you would hate medicine, full stop - and a lot of medicine is about passion - you're going to hate your job for life, even if you finished medical school.
Stick with something you love, and something you want to do.
In all honesty, i truly believe that if you're happy doing what you're doing, then who cares about employability, or salaries, or job security.
If i loved emptying bins, i would be a binman, and i wouldn't let anyone put me down for it.
I love science, i love people, therefore medicine.
You love maths and economics - there are loads of mathematically based economics and finance based degrees which you would enjoy much more, and frankly just having a degree is going to increase your employability anyway.
Don't even try it....
If you hate science, you might struggle doing science A-Levels let alone the medicine degree itself, and if you choose to apply and somehow do get the grades you'll probably get rejected (and I hope you do, you'll just take up a place of a person who want's to study it badly) because you won't be able to show that your motivated and compassionate about studying medicine.