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new career choice

Postby Gavin Sharples » Sun Dec 02, 2007 3:58 pm


I am currently interested in a career in planetary sciences and the universe. I have enrolled for my degree in geosciences, the question i ask is, it will take me a few years to complete this degree and was looking for any advice on entering into this line of work at the bottom level while i acquire my degree, thus gaining experience in a given field, as i would not like to gain a degree in geosciences then be told i need 2-3 years experience in a given field. if anyone has any answer they would be most appreciated

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