London, England, United Kingdom
Astrophysics or medicine?
Hey, I am currently debating between doing astrophysics as a career or medicine. Both equally fascinate me. What responsibilities would an astrophysicist have and how flexible are both careers? #CV23
Is it worth it to take Triple Science for law?
I am deciding whether to take Triple Science as a GCSE, because while I am capable, it seems like a lot of workload. Any tips would be helpful!
What GCSE's should I take to be a criminal lawyer?
I am picking my options soon, but am not sure what to take. Any ideas are super helpful. Thanks
How can we become an Astro Chemist?
How can we become an astro chemist ?
What books do you recommend to read about law or medicine?
Are there any books that are very insightful and interesting about law and medicine?
How competitive is law?
I hear a lot of people saying how hard it is to be chosen for a job in a law firm with the amount of competition there is. How do you overcome it? And, also, I heard people say it is a very toxic environment. Is that true? If so, in what way?
When you study medicine, do you have to see bodies being operated/dissected even if you’re not studying to be a surgeon?
Even if you’re not studying to be a surgeon but doctor or nurse, do you have to see bodies (dead ones) operated on for studying about the anatomy of a person etc.?
What is the difference between a solicitor and a barrister?
I know the rough differences between them but which one can defend their client in court as I have an interest to do that?
Reality of being a lawyer
Is being a lawyer like in the series Suits, where there are big cases and one has to go to court all the time?
Is there a law that focuses on the ethics of medicine and of the hospital / doctor department?
I want to become a runway model.
I am 5’9 and have the measurements of 34-24-36. Although I need to lose 2 inches off my hips to become a runway model, do you think runway modelling agencies will accept me?
Does law or medicine give more freedom?
With my current choosing of what field I’d like to pursue, freedom is quite important for me as I’d also like to pursue acting and modelling. What field will give more freedom of time to do this?
Law or medicine?
I don’t know what to do as I love the debating side of law for justice (which I absolutely enjoy and is a natural talent for me) but I love medicine as I am always interested in helping out any family members or anyone out if they are in pain. For instance, my mum has really bad lower back pain...
I want to work with private clients - should I go into private client law or private banking
I'm looking to work with private clients and I'm unsure if I should pursue a career in law or banking - what are the advantages and disadvantages of both and how to become each one, also what is the pay like.
What alternatives are there to med school aside from adjusting previous results and or reapplying?
"What alternatives are there to med school aside from adjusting previous results and or reapplying?" Currently doing my GCSES, with currently undiagnosed dyscalculia (neurological impairment for maths), which will be looked into after, and I know that the medical field is extremely hard to...
How do you find out what career/job you want to do?
I am currently a student in high school and I have absolutely no IDEA what I wanna do. #student #career
Is being a lawyer a 9-5 job? If so, how can I change that?
I heard that lawyers take on a 9-5 job whereas some don't. How, if law is a 9-5 job, can I make it more flexible? Is self-employment an option? #lawyer #criminal-justice #attorney #law
I want to become a high fashion, runway model, where do I start?
I want to become a runway model and apart from getting my digitalis, headshots etc. done how should I start? Is it worth it to find an agent? #fashion #model
Criminal Law or something else?
I am really interested in criminal law, however, is it possibly dangerous to get mixed with crime? What is the longest course for law school e.g. hypothetically family law takes 4 years whereas criminal law takes 5 etc. #lawyer #law #criminal-justice #criminology
Law School : is it that hard as people say?
I want to become a lawyer as part as my career (alongside becoming a high fashion, runway model and an actress) as it will provide a stable income, it is a career in which I can be challenged at and I would like to help people by stating my case. However, what is really putting me off is the...
what to do if your GCSE result isn't good
i just set my GCSE examinations. But i think that the result might not be good. Because I just came in year 10. And I didn't even go to school for about 6-9months last year because of covid. I really wanna do a-level biology and chemistry #GCSE
As a student of Politics, I want to pursue a career in helping others. How do I go about getting into the industry?
I'm a student studying Politics and I want to pursue a career where I can help others. Ideally, I would like a role where I research and use the information to influence policy. The only problem is I have no real-world experience. Are there any good ways to get experience? I am looking at...
Do I need any qualification's to enter a college IT course in the Uk
My name is Ameer. I'm 16 years old and I have been in the Uk for 5 months. Right now I go to an English Level 1 Course at a college. But the college said to me that I need to apply to other courses to continue my Journey. I have applied for a BTEC Level 1 Introductory Diploma in Information...
Are there any virtual volunteering opportunities for teens?
I am looking to do my DofE silver award and I would like to find a virtual volunteering opportunity. Preferably I would work by #helping-others, possibly children
Everyone says I have so much potential to do serious jobs (e.g lawyer) so I need help from you.
As I am always top of class and like learning new things, my family says I’d be good for serious jobs like being a lawyer that will get me lots of money. I agree with them as top paid jobs are in this field. But at the same time, I want to be a dancer, actress and a model for my passions ....
what job is good for me
i don't like music
i like sports i can't do contact sports i am ok with work
Hi, I work as a hotel concierge and would like advice on change of career using my same skill set. Thank you
I have been working for about 15 years as a 5 star Hotel concierge and really want to come out of hospitality industry and wondering where I could move to using my skill set. I have been pondering over few things but seem lost as to what I can do. Would really be grateful to receive advice,...
I want to be a lawyer, actress and a model. Is all of this possible at once?
I absolutely love law and acting, modelling and dancing. I really want to pursue all of these professions but I am not sure whether it’s possible for this many careers to keep a balanced life. #lawyers #fashion-and-style #dance #act #model
Courses to consider after undergraduate degree
I have a degree in Business Information Systems BSc, have a certificate in ILM Team Leading but would like to update my CV by completing some courses.
#nhs #courses #shortcourses #london #uk #businessadministration
1. What career options, that are in demand, do I have with subjects : Physics, Maths, Further Maths and Computers science?
2. Which 3 subjects should I finalise out of these 4 for my A-levels that best secure my career with high salary?
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