Working in science and research with Level 2 qualifications such as BTECs or GCSEs
Entry level jobs in science and technology are available but tend to be limited. To improve your chances, create a CV and do some relevant voluntary work.
Make sure you are work ready by having excellent attendance at school, being punctual and showing eagerness to learn. Your employer is likely to require a reference from your school. To be promoted in the science and research industry, you are likely to need further qualifications.
I started working as a trainee QC analyst after I finished my GCSEs in 2006...
Harry Green, analytical quality control scientist
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