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My name is Piyaa Magon and I am 21 years old.
I graduated last year in Accounting and Finance with a 2.1. For the last 6 months I have been working as an accounts assistant in a fresh produce company. I have been finding it boring as there are no challenges, the people are not sociable and the rules are more military type. Frankly, i hate it!
I am so lost in my career, I want to get out of this job ASAP, but I just don''t know what to do, I don''t want to end up in the same job role in another company as I have realised accounting is not what i want. It is my degree and I don''t know what to do.
I feel stuck and trapped in my career at the moment and I am not enjoying what should be an enjoyable time in my life.
If you could help me, that would be great!
"1. Pay your mortgage/rent.
2. Pay your bills.
3. Budget for your food and ESSENTIALS.
4. Whatever is left over, put half (even if it's only £1 or 50p) away in a savings account, or if your self-control needs a bit of training give it to s..."
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