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.
Obviously, there are "traditional" jobs for people graduating with a BA in Computer Science, such as jobs as a software engineer. I'm wondering - what types of "non-traditional" jobs are there for Computer Science BAs willing to get a graduate degree, either in computer science or another field?
I know i can get a programming job but any other kind of IT jobs out there that i would be qualified for as well?
I really like computers so I was thinking what kinda jobs are there were you have to work on a computer? And not like stay at home work, but like buisiness stuff I suppose? I would say something like being in a cubicle but Im not really sure what I would be working on then? Anyway any job ( thats not at home) that I can work on computer would be cool, and please explain what I would be doing. Thanks!
I only have a high school diploma. Working right now on my degree in Computer Science. I really want a desk job of some kind but not doing phones all day. I can take phone calls but not all day. I'm just so ready to be done with warehouse jobs and into something that has more growth potential.
What do I need to do in order to get out from doing warehouse jobs and into getting a white collar job? I wouldn't mind working for a law firm doing entry level work for example.
Hello, i'm a junior in high school , my gpa is somewhere between an 83 and an 86 (im not sure at the moment =p) and am interested in two fields of jobs. One being computers/technology, one being pharmacy. But if possible i would more enjoy a job in computers and technology seeing pharmacy requires a lot of school. What are some jobs that pay decent that have to do with building computers, or possibly overseeing a system of computers or anything of the sort?
I'm on my last semester at college about to earn my degree in Computer Information Systems. It's only an associates and i plan on continuing to get the Bachelors degree but i have to wait till fall to continue. So i was wondering what job should i try and get into that will help prepare me for after graduation.
I know that most Marine careers dont transfer easily into civilian jobs, like Infantry, Force Recon, etc. But there has to be some that are civilian related.
How much is the salary, how many jobs available, do you need to take a certified test like accountants and nurses?
Please tell me about this major from your experience, maybe you know someone or you are majored in this.
I plan on continuing to get a bachelors but i want to know what kind of jobs can i get just an associates and what are the pay rates
I am currently a 1st year irregular college student taking I.T. I transferred schools and my majors never got credited. But it's okay because i am slowly getting the logics in programming in Java. This next semester i am taking a System Analysis and Design(SADSIGN) and i am getting nervous because even though i am pretty good at logics, i am not that good at coding. But since it is a case study, we will be on group, we will be four i think. Project manager, Analyst, Documentation, and the programmer. I am asking what jobs i can get after graduating I.T. because what if i graduated I.T. and still not that good at coding, i am hoping that there will be a jobs that will require less programming. Like Database manager or in Multimedia or in charge of Network. So is there jobs that doesn't require hardcore programming skills?
I've always had a gift for math, and I enjoy hands on activities, particularly when it comes to computers. I also have a gift for graphic designing in many of my computer classes. So my question would be, are there any jobs out there that would appeal to a computer loving math genius? I really love the quote, "If you love your job, you never work a day a your life", and I would like to aim for that ideology.
I've also heard that computer programming involves nothing but writing lines of code. Is this true? If so, that's not a path I want to take.
I am considering a degree in information technology. What types of jobs could I get. Could I be like a bank computer security person or work for IBM or something? The degree is information technology not computer science.
I am currently taking a degree in IT and I found out that I am not good in programming especially in the object oriented part. Are there any IT jobs out there that does not require programming skills but at the same time it has good prospects?
He needs the pension so he can live in a house, pay bills, and buy food. He thinks nothing is wrong with him but he has all the classic symptoms of Aspberger's. He always has. It was just never discussed. My sister talked to a psychiatrist about our brother's behavior and he said he would definitely qualify. How do we do this? He will get terribly upset. We already suggested he apply for it and he said he is "certainly not going to act like a crazy person to get over on . . . uh on to that." Please help.
We have been together for about two years.
We want more than anything for him to be able to reside legally within the US, and to eventually gain citizenship. I know that the federal government does not recognize same-sex marriage so citizenship through marriage is not an option. He is from England so the DV lotto is out of the question as well.
What would be the next best way to get him over here legally?
Currently taking accounting but it's getting a little dry and was wondering if there are any interesting jobs in information systems.
I would like to know how the future is for people who are majoring in: Business Administration emphasis in Information System. I read articles online and on the paper and they all say that people majoring in information system is a bad idea. Mostly because they don't know what it is. I don't know what it is or what kind of work they do.
There's one article that says that people with a bachelor's in Information System have a 13?nemployment rate and that number will go higher in the future. I want your opinion and honesty of how the outlook for people with that degree is. Is there job security in the near future (2-3 years from now) or should it be recommended that people should major in something else. If people continue to pursue with that degree how would an undergrad or recent graduate get an internship? Please be honest (brutally honest), I might be influenced with what you say.
I'm a highschool sophmore and I've been looking into I.T/computer careers. I'm completely sure I want to go into the I.T field but I'm not sure of all my options. I love programming and I love designing and being creative. I want a job where I'm given a problem or task to solve and I'm left alone to solve it where I don't have to go through a lot of people to do it. (I want to know about jobs besides the obvious Programmer, Graphic design, Video game creator. I want to know about other types of jobs I might be interested in.) I don't mind working for a company or being in a cubicle. I don't mind deadlines or having to make my final product meet certain standards. Sorry if I'm to specific. What are some of your I.T/computer careers, what do you do, h*********u expected to work on something, and what are some other I.T/computer careers I could explore.
Opponents of nationalized health care always claim that a government run health care system leads to long wait times and poor medical care. As a person who has experienced nationalized health care, how would you rate the medical service you get? How bad are the wait times to be seen by a doctor?