What about research? A lot of Drs and nurses also undertake research.
Uni lecturing pays well.
Look at postgrad courses in all areas and see if anything looks interesting to you, once you have a degree it is much easier to do further study postgrad.
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24-04-2013 20:09 #12Senior Member
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I live in a rural area so job options for some of the ideas are pretty limited. I have always been interested in law and accounting. Does anyone know about the different post grad degrees in these and what they could lead to?
24-04-2013 20:14 #13
Try OUA, they do postgraduate courses in commerce, taxation, law etc. all course details on their website.
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