I studied Law and Arts
I wish I studied Midwifery, secondary teaching or maybe even did business with my law degree. i enjoyed my Arts degree but I feel like Iwould have the ability to apply for more jobs if I had a business qualification in HR or marketing or something. At 17 I just assumed I would practice law. Which I don't, I have a public service job. I'd love to go back and study but it would mean a pay cut which i dont think I could do
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09-02-2016 17:49 #31
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09-02-2016 18:06 #32Senior Member
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I should have stayed as a musician. Loved it so much. But XH said it didn't pay enough and he wanted me to do something that contributed more. And then the ******* cheated on me and we split anyway! Ah ironyðŸ˜†
Congrats @sunnyflower on quitting. Good luck on whatever exciting new thing you do!
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09-02-2016 18:23 #34
Whoops, didn't say, I studied Arts & Teaching (majoring in gender studies and linguistics). This qualified me to work as a teacher (upper primary & ESL/humanities at high school level).
09-02-2016 18:45 #35Senior Member
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09-02-2016 19:23 #36
I dropped out of high school and was pregnant at age 18. So after many years as a stay at home mum and feeling as though I wasn't good enough for university.... I am entering my second year of my midwifery degree and absolutely love it. No regrets, I am so grateful and happy
09-02-2016 19:25 #37
Social Work....but here I am 5 units to finish for my psychology degree
09-02-2016 19:34 #38
I studied physiotherapy and while I enjoyed the course, I never really loved practising as a physio. Finally found my mojo teaching physio not working as one. Think I was put on this earth to be a teacher :-)
09-02-2016 19:35 #39
Law. I always wanted to do criminal law but I went with psychology. I then did a postgrad in teaching. I love teaching but I still wish I had gone for law.
09-02-2016 19:37 #40
Speech pathology. I wanted to, was talked out of it and did international relations, followed by teaching.
For the past few years I've been seriously considering doing speech path again.
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