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Did you go to University, or do any study when you left school?

Or did you go straight into the workforce?

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I was going to be a kindergarten teacher, however met my husband to be before I started and he lived in Perth while I lived in Sydney.

at that time there was a 3 year contract after finishing study, so i changed my mind as did not want to be stuck in Sydney!

So I did my "leaving" as it was called in those days, passed, and did an Advanced Secretarial" Course which was only for people who had their Leaving Certificate, and went on to be a Secretary.

I did therefore not work for a year after I left school and in those days I got virtually every job I applied for.
by Finy
I went straight into a four year course at university after I finished school. I graduated in 2013 at the age of 21 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Nursing.
what a wonderful career Maria!
by Finy
Oh!!! Bless your heart and soul!!! Vet Nurses are VERY special people,as are Vets and anyone else who cares for our beloved Fur Babies!! I owe so very much to my wonderful vets who have cared for all the animals in my life over the years.
by Jules
I worked, then I had a baby, since then I've been home with the kids but I've also had a few jobs that fitted in with mothering.
I fdecided to get an apprenticeship in Sign Writing when it was still a totally male-oriented industry!!! It was the most fabulous choice I could have made!!!
Yes after I had done an extra year at school doing a secretarial course I did various jobs in that capacity.....went back and got my mature age leaving (as it was called in those days) which helped me get more money in my permanent Govt Job.....left tha t8 years ago and did a course to become a Marriage Celebrant which I am still doing ......it is part time although at present seems like full time (busiest time of the year)
by fran
I studied and worked part time, then worked, then went back to studying... Can't say I'm definitely finished studying for good but I am for now.
I did a 12 month course and then went into the workforce
Yes I did my degree and masters after school
by AJ
In what subject(s)?
by donjo
Work, then later to university.
I went to uni straight from high school, then had a baby and worked for a very little bit. Am hoping to return to uni next year.
by Vee
I went to uni after high school and did a Bachelor of Arts followed by a Diploma of Education.
I went straight into study, study, study, but I really wanted to travel, travel , travel, so I did that afterwards - a lot.
by Lucy
Where did you travel too, Lucy?
by Miro
I went to school, and then 4 year degree followed by 2 years for Masters.
Went straight into workforce, but that job entailed much, & continuous study for the rest of my career.
At one five year 'span' I was doing an Exam. every six months' to keep my then position, up-to-date. Never worried me as I loved my job & I always obtained exceptionally high marks.

To my retirement, various Courses had to be completed to remain 'current' in Certification.
I did not start working until about a year after I left school.
I went from year 10 straight into the work force. At some stage after our daughters had started school, I did an 'Introduction to Business Management' Tafe course, only because a friend said I would be able to do it! It was 6 subjects in 6 months, 1 day a week! Even my friend didn't reliese it was going to be so difficult & she's a smart person! If I'd known before hand it would involve exams, I'd never have started it in the 1st place! And I had to...essays, which I knew nothing about. It was a total disaster, but I did enjoy painting my nails a different colour each week to match what I'd be wearing to the next class! Yes, I failed every exam! Luckily, it was a free cause! I remember 2 of the woman from the course teamed up afterwards & started a business together, but it was no use to me whats so ever, as I'd never had any intentions of started a business!
by Miro
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