Noticed northern marine and fisher were at Fleetwood but not at Warsash. Can companies afford to stay way from Warsash on capacity grounds
I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.....
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It was the same when I was at school. Because I did quite well in my exams I was expected to go to university and did so essentially by default even though I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. Ended up dropping out of 2 courses because my heart wasn't really in it and wasting 3-4 years of my life before I started my cadetship. If I'd found out about this career earlier I'd probably have my masters ticket by now. Which would he nice! Most of my mates went to uni and are no better off than I am for it. I reckon unless you have a solid idea what you want to do and you know you need a specific degree for it, uni can often be a waste of time. Obviously the shipping industry is having a tough time just now so gotta pick your sponsoring company very carefully to have the best chance of a job at the end of it!
io parlo morse
Report on BBC website about children drifting into A levels then drift on to university with no real guidance.....blaming poor career advice as part of the problem. ...I can relate to this....career advice at school now virtually non existant
..She then tried to claim that she was the sole reason why I managed to get a sponsorship. I shut her up pretty bloody quick!
Sanity was an optional extra that I chose not to purchase.