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Finding your career path


Many students have just received their GCSE or A Level results and are now having to make decisions that will affect their future. Some of them still do not really have a clear idea as to what they want to do either in further education or in terms of working. This is not necessarily something to worry about, as many people train for a job that they never actually do, finding something more suited to them along the way.
If you are concerned about what path to take in terms of work or education then your school or college should have a careers advisor that you can talk to who will help you explore the different options you have.
If you do start a job or college / uni course that you feel is not suited to you, then always try and talk to your careers advisor prior to making any drastic changes.