Qualifications in chemistry and Spanish open the door to teaching, but I need help
On Friday and Monday we publish the problems that will feature in a forthcoming Dear Jeremy advice column in the Guardian Money supplement so readers can offer their own advice and suggestions. We then print the best of your comments alongside Jeremy’s own insights. Here is the latest dilemma – what are your thoughts?
I’m going to be graduating with a 2:2 degree from a top four university in chemistry with Spanish. I’m worried as I don’t think any graduate jobs will be open to me apart from teaching. In addition to speaking Spanish fluently, I speak French. Help please! I don’t even like any of the other professions (i.e. I want to stay away from finance, banking, marketing).
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