by Joanna Lee Morrison New research has revealed that over 50% of first year university students have no clear plans for future employment. The survey, published on also revealed that graduates are becoming more and more likely to find themselves in low-paid or casual employment. The University Careers Service advises that whilst ’it’s perfectly normal’ to not have a career plan, it’s also important to find out why. They suggest a 10 minute chat with one of their Duty Careers Advisers. However, Natalie Gilliam, a first year Law student at Christ Church, has other priorities ’at the moment just getting my essays done on time and going out drinking is more important than thinking about a career. ARCHIVE: 1st Week MT2003