I want to become a director, and would like to maybe start assistant directing. What am I getting into?
Thertre... and now that you mentioned it stagemangement does sound like what I was looking for.
I'm majoring in management concentrating in accounting. I'm interested in going further and maybe becoming a CPA. My mom says I should do something in the medical field since it is always in high demand. I'm planning on going for a second bachelors in nursing after I complete my degree. I know to be a CPA, you have to sit for an exam and you also have to sit for an exam to be a nurse. How should I plan my studies?
I'm taking a online course through a college near my house. I'd like to know were the starting point of the accounting business is? How much do they generally get paid a year? I'm interested in working for a company rather then myself.
I've heard they start recruiting people a semester earlier. For example, people starting in the Fall were hired right before the previous Spring semester started. And the people starting in the Spring were hired right before the previous Fall semester started.
Also, how hard is it to get hired for the Big 4. I have a 3.75 accounting gpa, i'm a director in 3 different accounting organizations in school (including BAY), but i have no job/internship experience. What are my chances of being hired?
I just started college in September. I am going to school to get my Associate's Degree in Health Services Administration. I was just wondering what jobs I could get with it. Where would be the best place to get a job: hospital, doctor's office, etc.? Where would offer more security? Which would offer better benefits and pay?
I have a bachelors degree in marketing and have mostly a sales background as far as work experience, because that seems to be the only job I can get. I would like to know what experience I need to get into advertising, because having a sales background and just a marketing degree doesn't seem enough.
That sucks when people get jobs working in accounting departments and have never taken a single class in accounting.
I asked some of them how did they get hired, they told me they knew someone. They get trained on the software and end up with a decent paying job.
While those of us who studied hours getting an accounting degree don't get hired.
I've been trying for years to get into the field I studied in college. I majored in Public Relations, but most job postings I find in this field are one where you need about 10 years of experience. I'm tired of the job I have right now. It's not going anywhere. Any advice?
I am 15 and have made a couple action war drama films. But I want to get famous and become a great movie director. Give me a great answer and you might get 10 points.
I know that if I want to get a job with a management consulting firm like mckinsey, bain, bcg, ect. that I should be studying finance, but I was wondering if I could get a job with a marketing degree.
Please state source or experience with answer. Thanks!
So i am planning to double major in marketing and graphic design, i was wondering what jobs i could get at an advertisng agency with those two majors. it would help a lot if you could give me a job titles and description.
I would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
Serious question, what job is high pay and would potentially get you to £100 million or more over a period of around 20 years or shorter even. I was thinking Investment Banker, but do they even make that much? You'd have to be like the managing director or something, and please don't say singer or something along those lines nor something like create a social networking site. And please note, I mean this as in savings. So please take into account that I need to eat, pay bills and whatever else. [But not anything on the house as it's fully owned by us.]
-If anyone is wondering, one of my dreams is to build a hotel hence the insane amount of money needed.
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
I want to know what are the job functions of a company secretary. How is a typical day like for a CS. Is it a complete desk job or does it involve travelling too? Is it a very demanding job? Please dont copy paste from the website as I know what is written there. It would be really nice if some one who knows about the profession could help me.
I am writing a paper as if I am 20-years-old and the year is 1955. What kind of education/ training would I need to get a job in radio broadcasting during this year? I am 20 years old now but was born in 1990, so this kind of information I am not sure of. Any help is appreciated!
Like, say I graduate from college, what would be a reaonable type of job that Id be hired at?
I mean like what place could I work in? (not self-employed).
I'm in my first semester at a community college right now, just getting general studies. I HATE living at home though, so I was wondering if it would be a good idea to just get an associates degree in something and move to Chicago. Would there be ANY good jobs available? Or is it all for Bachelor degrees and up. I'm not interested in health care, but I'm looking into business/management.
For instance -
You work for a small business as a salesman and..
You have no IT department, but you maintain the computers and networks.
You fix any mechanical problems with tools or equipment
But it's nowhere in your job description, but yet you're the "go to" person for these issues.