I should've either completed my education degree or studied psychology. Actually definitely psychology!
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10-02-2016 18:26 #61
22-02-2016 14:53 #62
22-02-2016 16:50 #63
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.
22-02-2016 19:59 #64
*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
22-02-2016 20:30 #65
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
22-02-2016 21:11 #66
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!).
22-02-2016 21:20 #67Junior Member
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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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