Joshua C.





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I would look into city work. Park districts, maybe planning.
Last updated Sep 20 '17 at 12:43

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I know it will sound glib, but anything you like ! The important thing is that you have proved you can learn and follow a degree course. It's then up to you what you choose to do: Given your subjects I would probably steer away from anything hardcore science, however that doesn't mean that you couldn't do a non-technical role in a tech industry - be it from sales & business management or administration through to Human Resources. If you don't know what to do, spread your net out wide, and see what roles select you, or try lots of different things until you figure out what gets you going.

Last updated Sep 30 '16 at 09:08

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