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I work in a shoe store ... contact local footwear companies and let them know you are studying podiatry - they usually pick you up quicksmart due to your knowledge of bmx, insoles and future footwear endeavours. Also, go along and work alongside your wife; assist and help by referring to your student clinic or local pods ... good way of networking & letting people know who you are and what you're doing,
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