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Jason Orange to be a psychologist?

Jason Orange may be embarking on a new career as a psychologist.

The pop star quit Take That in October and is said to be thinking about a move into psychology after already completing one course about the human mind.

Jason, 44, first took an access course in psychology at South Trafford College in Greater Manchester in 2001 after the boyband split up, and according to The Sun he could be continuing with his studies.

He had previously said: "When I finally decide to get out [of music], my main focus will be developing my interest in psychology."

A source said: "Jason was fascinated by the mind. He is a great listener and is known among pals as a bit of a sensitive soul who likes to think about the big picture."

The remaining members of Take That are Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald. Robbie Williams has teamed up again with the band in recent years but is now back working on his solo career.

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