What do you look for in your chosen career?

Time for a guest blog post, I think. Durham University would like 10 minutes of your time – step this way…

What do you look for in your chosen career?

This may be the time when you are thinking about your future career. When people think about a career choice, they often consider about how well it aligns with their interests, ambition and personality.

Four researchers at Durham University (Dr Beng Huat See, Prof Stephen Gorard, Dr Rebecca Morris and Ourania Maria Ventista) are currently conducting a nation-wide survey to understand how undergraduates make their career decisions.

The researchers invite undergraduate students in their 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of studies to participate. You can participate in this survey by clicking the link below.


The survey form takes only 10 minutes to complete. Your answers will help the researchers make recommendations for policy. The researchers will also try to find out why there are shortages in specific occupations, such as teaching.

Should you have any questions about the survey or would you like to find out more, please contact Ourania Maria Ventista at o.m.ventista@durham.ac.uk

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Paul Rothwell • 28/11/2018

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