I am considering changing career paths, and I am curious about documentation specialists and what they do. Please could anyone help me out?
Im in ait for 92G right now (cook for the ones that don't know) but I want to become a 25V what's the bast way to go about this as quickly as possible? Cooking not bad but it does not help me with any jobs I would want when im out of the military.
Im joining the army to become a 25v and want to know a little more about the job. I already did a bunch of research but I want to hear from people that actually have that job or know someone who has it.
So, how is it? Is it better or worse then you thought? Do you think someone who wants to be a film director in the future could benefit from it? Do you get to travel often?
If you want to add more feel free.
I tried work at home jobs, and most look fake,how do I get a job that can earn at least $1000 a month?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I recently got a job offer to work for another company as an IT Specialist but I'm unde the process on getting all the documentation that the imigration lawyer had us to get. In the next two week I'm going to summit the imigration documentations to proced with the process. Can changing jobs effect the process? Please answer this question since I'm still can have my old job back.
I am in the middle of choosing a Major for college and i was thinking about getting into Linguistics. Before I jump into that I want to get an opinion from a few of the very good people of Yahoo Answers. What good jobs can I get and is there anyone who has recommendations?
I'm prior enlisted and about to go to MEPS on Monday and wanted to know beforehand what the Army would throw at me as far as jobs that they would offer. I scored 90 on my asvab and line scores across the board are all pretty high. I also have a bachelor's degree though I don't want to become an officer just yet.
*Whats the best part and what is the worst?
*On average how much do Medical Billing and Coding Specialist get paid?
*How difficult is the schooling on a scale from 1-10?
*How much math does it require?
thanks! from houston texas!
I have to do a research based to the differences between librarians and documentalists but when I'm searching for the word documentlists the only thing that I can find is the "specialist of documentation"!! Can anyone tell the difference?
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?
In present job culture, a man is hired to do specific specialized job. I do not have satisfaction of being such a narrow spectrum specialist. If I am a production executive, I have a tendency to know everything about QA, QC, Documentation, Research, Product improvements, Marketing, Effective procurements, Product costings, HR, Welfare and other bodies of corporate entity. I persevere with such inquisitiveness in my mind and do in-depth study on various departments of corporate entity. When time comes, I do echo my disparaging remarks as to how improvement or excellence can be achieved with sound reasoning. I am sure, there must be many entities in corporate world who has similar fire inside them wishing to come out of cogshell culture and make their corporation highly driven.
46r-public affairs broadcast specialist
15t-UH-60 helicopter repairer
15u-CH-47 helicopter repairer
I am really interested in these mos fields and would like to know more about them from someone with experience. I appreciate any help you can give!
I have been offered a position at a medical devices company as an International Regulatory Specialist. They don't necessarily ask for experience, so I was wondering if anyone can give me some insights about this position. What are the main duties, and is all of the job paperwork (as one of my friend's put it). Thank you very much
I'm trying to gain as much understanding as I can about this subject. I'm interested in working as an Employment Specialist for people with disabilities, but only have limited experience working with individuals with some learning disabilities. would like to know if anyone can elaborate on the question. Thank you.
Please dont answer unless its happened to you,your a lawyer and know the WI laws,or you know someone who has! What is considered "good cause" to quit in WI? And what happened during the call you have to make to the claims specialist etc?
I would like to move to New York sometime this year. I am Canadian, and live in Toronto, Ontario.
How would I go about moving there and applying for citizenship? What applications and documentation are required? What is necessary in order to work in the US? I just want to ensure everything is done properly.
Any assistance regarding this matter would be most helpful!
I'm looking into being a Combat Documentation/Production Specialist http://www.goarmy.com/JobDetail.do?id=8
. I've read about people having a recruiter sign the contract guaranteeing them a specific job or they'll be able to walk away from serving. I feel like this is the area I'm supposed to serve in and don't want any other job. Can I be guaranteed this job and what are the chances I'll get it? Is it in high demand?
Will i be doing my job? Or will I be doing combat?
Civil Affairs Specialist
Visual Info Equipment Operator Maintenance
Public Affairs Specialist
CID Special Agent
which of these have a higher probability of sending me to Iraq?
I've looked online and I've seen you have to make a 110 by adding your VE and AR scores, but that doesn't sound right to me. I'd really appreciate it if someone would answer my question. I really need to know.
Don't copy and paste information on the job I am interested in. I obviously know what the job is. I just want to know what do you have to make on your line scores to get the job.