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    Not sure what to do here, I looked on lsc.gov.uk or w/e it is for apprenticeships and the offerings are kinda sucky. If I'm gonna do an apprenticeship I'd at least like minimum wage (I'm 18, or does it not work like that?)

    I'm not really sure what I want to do. I've been using computers most of my life so something that isn't boring and involves that is probably the best option - like editing (sound/film) or something (boring office job = bleh, saying that I have good English skills, not on paper though). Generally I'm interested in something technical involving multimedia/film/broadcasting/etc.

    I don't necessarily need to get an apprenticeship, I could go for a job, though I don't really have the right qualifications to do anything like that.

    To summarize I basically don't really know what to do. Help? :woo:
 
 
 
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