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    I'm taking the year off. Last year I was finishing year 12, and next year I will be doing my Bachelor of Medical Science, hopefully transferring halfway through that to Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery

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    I'm a SAHM for the last 4 years and further 5 years. Till my children are all at school. I plan to study soon. I am a qualified dental nurse but am now tossing up becoming a paramedic or studying prosthodontics. Each I would be happy to do just have to raise my family first (priority) we aren't financially burdened on 1 income so I don't have to panic yet.

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    I am currently on mat leave but have a BA with a major in sociology and a minor in psych and a B of social work. I've previously worked in out of home care and residential care as a case worker. My current role is a case manager working with victims of serious crime and assisting them through the criminal justices processes and their personal recovery from the effects of the crime. People I studied with have gone on to work in hospitals, child protection, child and family centres, private practice (counseling) and centrelink to name a few. I really enjoy what I do and there are always jobs available in the field. Best of luck with your decision

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    I originally wanted to be a forensic psychologist, but decided that I didn't enjoy psychology as much as I thought I would. I then discovered criminology, and my uni offered it through a social science degree.

    I had already completed heaps of psych subjects, so I opted for a bachelor of Social Science with a double major in criminology and psychology.

    It opens the door to a plethora of government jobs which list a humanities/social science degree as a requisite. Due to the majors and my personal interest, I prefer to work in the field of corrections, with a special interest in sex offenders.

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    I have full degree and a master of education (finished my study in 2006). I love to go back teaching soon...


 

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