What is a career pathway?
A career pathway is a series of building blocks that will take you to your future career. Our career pathway maps will show you the best routes through college, higher education and employment and into the most popular industry sectors.
Our aim is to offer every learner a direct line of sight to employment. This means that we will equip you with the skills, attributes and knowledge that future employers want, giving you a greater chance to succeed.
What could an A-level career pathway look like?
Potential career options: Accountancy, business and finance; childhood studies; English; film and media; history; journalism; creative writing and PR; law; media; performing arts and theatre; project management; psychology and occupational therapy; social care; sociology; teaching; tourism and hospitality.
Potential career options: Accountancy, anthropology, business and finance, criminology, journalism, creative writing, PR, management studies, performing arts and theatre, politics, project management, law (e.g. paralegal, solicitor, legal assistant, barrister)
Potential career options: Anthropology; astronomy, audio equipment technician, chemical technician, electrician; film and video editor; food science technician, food scientist or technologist, forensic science technician, occupational health and safety specialist, physicist, physics teacher, precision instrument repairer.
Social sciences pathway
Potential career options: Business and finance; childhood studies; English; film and media; journalism; creative writing and PR; media; performing arts and theatre; project management; psychology and occupational therapy; social care; sociology; teaching.
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