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Maybe you’ve always wanted to work at primary school level, where you will play a huge part in the early stages of each child’s educational development. You’ll be teaching them the basics, helping them learn to read and write and giving them the best possible head start in life. You will cover subjects across the curriculum, but you could also train to specialise in a specific subject such as PE or maths.

Or perhaps secondary school level appeals to you more, where you generally cover one particular subject, and encourage older children to maximise their ability, develop their skills and work towards achieving the qualifications that will shape their future.

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The Graduate Guide 2017 has everything you will need for life after university. It covers 50+ career industries and looks at some top destinations overseas. Or if postgraduate study beckons, you’ll find loads of information to help you decide which route to take — in the UK or abroad. Whatever the next step is for you, The Graduate Guide is packed full of information and advice to help you on your way.

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