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explore different types of occupational opportunities in health and social care
Answer: These are examples of the occupational groups in which Health & Social Care graduates first gain employment. Associate Professional & Technical Occupations Clerical & Secretarial Management & Administration Personal Services Professional [ Occupations Sales Employers of UK Health & Social Care graduates Below are some examples of the typical employers with whom Health & Social Care
graduates first gain employment. Education Financial Health & Social Work Public Administration (NHS, other Civil Service departments) Research Retail Jobs where a Health & Social Care degree may be useful Here are some examples of jobs where a Health & Social Care degree may be useful. You can research more information about these occupations by looking at the Occupational files in the careers library at the CAS or by visiting the Prospect website at Advice Worker/Personal Adviser Charity Officer Civil Service Administrator Counsellor FE Lecturer Health Promotion Specialist Health Service Manager Local Government Administrator Nutritional Therapist Physiotherapist Probation Officer Sales Executive, Medical Social Worker Lifestyle Consultant You can find a list of all the main jobs open to graduates of any subject by clicking here Skills developed studying Health & Social Care The QAA Benchmark Statement for this subject includes the following two sets of specific skills: Subject-specific skills The nature of health studies entails interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches and the indication of specific subject skills acknowledges this. A health studies student will develop the skills necessary to the assimilation and understanding of the complex and diverse nature of the subject, as well as more general skills which will be widely transferable. ]
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User: explore different types of occupational opportunities in health and social care

Weegy: Answer: These are examples of the occupational groups in which Health & Social Care graduates first gain employment. Associate Professional & Technical Occupations Clerical & Secretarial Management & Administration Personal Services Professional [ Occupations Sales Employers of UK Health & Social Care graduates Below are some examples of the typical employers with whom Health & Social Care graduates first gain employment. Education Financial Health & Social Work Public Administration (NHS, other Civil Service departments) Research Retail Jobs where a Health & Social Care degree may be useful Here are some examples of jobs where a Health & Social Care degree may be useful. You can research more information about these occupations by looking at the Occupational files in the careers library at the CAS or by visiting the Prospect website at Advice Worker/Personal Adviser Charity Officer Civil Service Administrator Counsellor FE Lecturer Health Promotion Specialist Health Service Manager Local Government Administrator Nutritional Therapist Physiotherapist Probation Officer Sales Executive, Medical Social Worker Lifestyle Consultant You can find a list of all the main jobs open to graduates of any subject by clicking here Skills developed studying Health & Social Care The QAA Benchmark Statement for this subject includes the following two sets of specific skills: Subject-specific skills The nature of health studies entails interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches and the indication of specific subject skills acknowledges this. A health studies student will develop the skills necessary to the assimilation and understanding of the complex and diverse nature of the subject, as well as more general skills which will be widely transferable. ]
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User: identify sources of information related to chosen career pathway in health and social care.

Weegy: Sources of information related to chosen career pathway in Health and Social Care: You could get information from local or national colleges, you could get brochures from organisations relevant to your chosen career, [ you could use internet to search for information. ]
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