Career change: a new job that will make me travel to remote areas?
I am a 31 yo engineer with a Master in management, 4 years of experience (2 of which at management level) but whant to change careers. I want to move into something that will take me out of the mill/factory/office and look for things in remote areas. Maybe a job in business strategy development, development jobs, or business intelligence gathering. What can i do to achieve this or something similar? Perhaps you have other ideas? Perhaps working for a travel magazine, pharmaceutical organization?
Asked By: kokiwebs - 6/26/2006
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If you are not certified, try to get a Six Sigma Black Belt or Master Black Belt Certification, an APICS CPIM or the new CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Specialist) and become an ISO Registrar. It will take some time. Use your own funds so no company has inherent rights over your future. With all of those credentials... More
Answered By: ramon m - 7/9/2006
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volunteer work is always hiring
Answered By: nelly cabs - 6/26/2006
If you are looking for a new job try these following links... More
Answered By: Mohit Madaan - 6/29/2006
truck drivers see a lot of Country
Answered By: smiley.george - 7/2/2006
Work for the peace corps to teach or find an international fimrs ie starwood hotels
Answered By: REBECCA T - 7/5/2006
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