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Careers Day on Saturday 1 March

28 February 2014

Meet our Guest Speakers who will tell you about what it is like to do their work. Find out the answers to these questions:

When did you decide on your current career? 
Has your career path been relatively stable or have you had a few different career experiences? How have these helped or hindered you?

What did you study at University and where?
What does a typical day in your job look like?
What do you enjoy the most in your job and what do you find the most challenging?
Is there a ‘type’ of person who is most suited to your career?
If there are certain skills required, how might students hone these in their school years?
If your career is competitive, what advice can you offer students to help them succeed?
Are there opportunities for work experience?

A unique opportunity to find out what it is really like to work and how you can get there.