Suggested Job for Maths, Physics & Chemistry A/L Student

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In summary, there are various job opportunities available for students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry, including roles such as research scientist, data analyst, engineer, teacher, and chemist. Important skills for these careers include problem-solving, critical thinking, analytical skills, attention to detail, and strong mathematical and scientific knowledge. Students with A/L qualifications in these subjects also have good job prospects, as they are highly valued in industries such as healthcare, engineering, technology, education, research, and government agencies. It is recommended for students interested in pursuing these careers to obtain further education or training through a bachelor's or master's degree in a related field to gain a deeper understanding and increase job opportunities.
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Hi,

I am doing Maths,Physics and Chemistry for my A/L s and I am interested in detective work, and am good at reading people aswell. I am not interested in engineering jobs so what whould you recommend my future job to be?
 
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Organic chemistry?

That is detective work in science
 
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I hate organic chemistry I'm more into Physical and inorganic
 
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There is an awfull lot of detective work to do in Earth sciences using math physics and chemistry.
 

Related to Suggested Job for Maths, Physics & Chemistry A/L Student

What types of jobs are available for students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry?

There are various job opportunities available for students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Some of the common job roles include research scientist, data analyst, engineer, teacher, and chemist.

What skills are important for students pursuing careers in Maths, Physics and Chemistry?

Some of the important skills for students pursuing careers in Maths, Physics and Chemistry include problem-solving, critical thinking, analytical skills, attention to detail, and strong mathematical and scientific knowledge.

Do students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry have good job prospects?

Yes, students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry have good job prospects. These subjects are highly valued in various industries, and individuals with strong skills in these subjects are in high demand.

What industries can students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry work in?

Students with A/L qualifications in Maths, Physics and Chemistry can work in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, engineering, technology, education, research, and government agencies.

What further education or training is recommended for students interested in pursuing careers in Maths, Physics and Chemistry?

Further education or training in the form of a bachelor's or master's degree in a related field is recommended for students interested in pursuing careers in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. This can provide a deeper understanding of the subjects and open up more job opportunities.

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