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    I should've either completed my education degree or studied psychology. Actually definitely psychology!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Did you not like psychology? What made you do teaching? I'm in the opposite mind of thought where I've been teaching for 11 years and I'm thinking of studying psychology.
    I did like psychology but the field I wanted to be in is so specialised and ridiculously hard to get in to. If you can see a career path in psychology then go for it! I enjoyed my degree (it's a BSc so LOTS of statistics which wasn't so great lol) but I think I would've been able to get a career in law of I had chosen that instead. I've always like kids so teaching was kind of the obvious choice for me in terms of a realistic career.

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    I'm thinking now either Early Childhood Education, or maybe Sports Management or something (I'd love to get a job working for a professional sports team). I'll be 42 this year, so I've probably left my run a bit late. With work and looking after DD, I wouldn't be able to handle more than part-time study; so I'd be pushing 50 by the time I finished any degree - and I don't think many employers would be willing to take a punt on someone that age brand new to the industry with no experience whatsoever.

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    Default *Spin off* What should you have studied?

    I studied marketing at uni but I should have studied interior decoration at TAFE. 15 years later I've just started studying just that! And I love it! I guess it's only 1 week in though! Haha

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    I wish I had studied something in tourism. 16 years later and I am finally doing my diploma online but worried I live in such a small backwards town it wont result in anything but at least I know I tried

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    I did a communications degree but had no idea what I wanted to do. I started studying psychology after DD was born and I've been slowly chipping away at it. I've done 4 subjects and have 6 to go to finish the grad dip, but I'm putting it on hold for now as we've just got too much going on for the next 6 months.

    If I had it all to do again I think I should have done something in health right from the start (before kids!).

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    I'm happy with what I studied though i would hope so as I only graduated 18 months ago. I did a bachelor of nursing and now I'm doing a grad dip in child and family health nursing.


 

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