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 UnisUnited.com 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