Degree subjects: your career options
You may have realised that your degree isn’t particularly vocational or that, if it is, you aren’t interested in the career it leads to. You shouldn’t necessarily change courses though; there are still other options available to you. Plenty of people have taken your degree and gone on to do different things with it. We have put together a series of guides for confused graduates seeking career ideas and options. In them we outline some key skills that are gained in each degree, and what you can do with them. Don't forget to sign up to TARGETjobs for job alerts and information related to career areas that interest you.
What if you’re a business management student or graduate and you’re not sure that you want to pursue a career in business? This overview of your options should help you find a way forward.
Medicine and nursing degrees involve many of the same transferable skills and give graduates specialist knowledge that can be an advantage in other careers.
If you’ve realised that a career working with children in schools isn’t for you, you could consider museum education, training or tutoring, or use your communication skills in another area.