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If you choose a science based degree, then a broad range of career opportunities will be open to you. Employers value Science based degrees because these degrees improve your skills in a large array of areas such as analytical skills or research skills. Hopefully by the time you finish your science degree, you will know what type of career you want to choose.
Besides thinking about a career in terms of the subjects you do it's also important to think about what you enjoy doing as a hobby. Also it would be worth thinking about the work-life balance you'd like to have.
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