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Graduation is approaching

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by DannyMalone, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. DannyMalone

    DannyMalone Member


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    As students and professionals know, the next few weeks are make or break for final year students. As I and many others are taking their final year exams.
    Not to jynx it.. But I feel rather confident. But one situation not that is worrying me is the 'what next'.
    Looking at jobs is proving to be difficult seen as a heck of a lot of the jobs out there at 'band 6 - new grads need not apply'.
    So I'm pretty unsure what to do.. Overseas is a very open possibility as I'm pretty flexible to move where ever and keen to learn and practice all aspects of podiatry.
    Just wondered if any one has any advice on what to do any other podiatrists post graduate experience.

    Many thanks,
    Danny
    Year 3 University of Huddesfield student
     
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