I'm thinking of applying for a PGCE in a couple of years, to start when my youngest child is in Y1, so this would be for Sept 2022. I've previously done TA experience in a school and got an offer for a PGDE at Edinburgh in Secondary English, though I subsequently pulled out pre-acceptance because I ended up getting a divorce and moving instead. I'm now reconsidering whether I might prefer Geography - it was my favourite A-level subject and one thing I found doing TAing was that I don't really enjoy the earlier, English language parts of English teaching, which make up a lot of earlier years. I am pretty sure I would *prefer* teaching Geography. However, my concern is getting onto the courses and then jobs afterwards. I've emailed some providers and know that for example at least one (and ex-poly Uni PGCE) has written back and said they would be keen for me to apply with my A in Geog at A-level, so I think getting onto 'a' course should be feasible. However, will I be at a disadvantage looking for a job after the PGCE without a degree in my subject? What are the markets like for Geog vs English teachers? I assumed Geo teachers are a little more in demand since the bursary is just slightly higher at the moment. My other option is to apply for Secondary English PGCE and then try to get into Geography teaching post-qualification, which I hear is feasible too. Any advice?