Creative careers trump teaching

26th November 2010 at 00:00

More pupils want to be photographers or photojournalists than any other career, new statistics show. CASCAiD, a provider of careers guidance software in secondary schools, says other creative careers such as design assistants also made the top 10 of most searched-for jobs. Teaching assistants and a career in the army came in at five and six, respectively.

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