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Religious studies

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Religious studies look at people’s beliefs, the practice of different religions and what this means for them and where you live.

In all jobs, you need to respect colleagues, customers or suppliers who have different beliefs and interests.

Career suggestions: welfare rights officer, social worker, volunteer organiser, teacher, anthropologist, religious leader, equal opportunities officer, therapist, journalist, diplomat, lawyer.

Find out more about what's involved in religious studies on the Bitesize website.

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