Is it a problem immigration wise if you are not the stem type?

I often see people on here saying get a stem PhD and at least 15 years worthwhile of relevant experience. However, what happens if you are simply not interested in stem, unsuited to, dislike or do not want to work in any of those types of jobs from the outset? What also happens if you wish to do Marketing or... show more I often see people on here saying get a stem PhD and at least 15 years worthwhile of relevant experience.

However, what happens if you are simply not interested in stem, unsuited to, dislike or do not want to work in any of those types of jobs from the outset?

What also happens if you wish to do Marketing or Psychology instead?

Or even work in Starbucks?

By suggesting stem alone is not the right answer or the correct solution that works, delivers or ticks any of the right boxes here.

Here is no point is training for a job you
don’t want just to try and get into a particular country. It won’t work as you would not even be prepared to do that same job at home.

Let’s therefore come up with some viable solutions here. One wishes to go for things such as Administration, HR, Retail Banking and immigrate at the same time.

How can it be done?

You are also not interested in IT either.
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