Please tell me all the jobs i can get by taking up home science.What are the qualification required and the salary?.Can u get any jobs outside of india?
Im a jr in highschool and im looking to get a business degree of some sort so...
How many jobs can you get with a business degree?
can you get a business degree from a community college?
what are salarys for some jobs?
i have no idea about business but i know a person with one usaily makes a good income
and is usaily a boss of something like a manager
I am thinking about getting an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Management. What type of jobs could I do with this type of degree? Anything and everything you can think of would be great! Thanks!!
I got invited to a group interview. I was curious as to what kind of questions they ask, what exercises they make the group do, and how do you know if you got the job?
Examples of jobs in this area include butchers,meat cutters, dieticians, food service directors, restaurant managers, chefs, etc.
The questions are:
1. What type of education do you need?
2.What type of training do you need?
3.What is the salary range?
4. What kind of hours do you work?
5.How do you like your job?
6.What future trends do you see that will affect your job in the future?
I will be graduating from college with a degree in Marketing and Media Management come this fall and I would like to know what my options are as far as a (good paying/exciting) career.
I've been applying for jobs everywhere, since April. I graduated with a degree in Business Administration, - Management. I'd like to get a job in HR, finanace, or pretty much anything business (except sales). I've been networking, as much as I can/know how, and applying to positions online. What else can I do to get a job! I'm a hard working, smart guy, and idk how to show that to people. Any suggestions on how to get a job?!?
I am 18 years old and this is my first ever job interview. I just want to know how to dress for a job interview at Best Buy. Also, for those of you that work, or have worked at Best Buy (or similar stores) do I need to have a resume? I am trying to get the position of a Sales Associate.
Well, I want to work in either fashion magazines. or advertising.
I want a very social job that maybe includes travel, a good pay. I also love fashion, it's a great passion of mine. I was thinking of fashion styling, who knows.
Can anyone suggest specific jobs that would satisfy my interests?
Also, would you mind telling me the PAY of your job?
Base pay commission or straight sales commission?
I've read other yahoo answers and almost every single answer has a bad perception about the work environment. Is it truly worth applying for the company?
Okay! this might be a common situation of many in this economy, but, I am finding myself here now. So, here is the story- I had an engineering job for over 7 years till one fine day I decided I want to move to other side of the shore and quit my job to get my MBA. 2 years later I am now ready for job hunting and started looking for product manager positions. Six months and few interviews later I seem to have almost landed an associate product manager position in a totally new industry and good company atmosphere, good people etc. But!!! a very low ball salary offer. In fact slightly less than what I was making! Now, there may be little scope for negotiations but, its so low that I am sure it won't go high enough. At most it may go on par with what I was earning or slightly more. Now, I recognize the facts that its a sluggish economy, jobs are hard to find and this being a totally different industry than where I have experience, diversifies my resume and opens many doors. However, the question i am struggling with is, will taking a very low ball offer affect my future prospects. Am I marking down myself that I will be judged based on that for my future jobs and salary offerings? I am open to compromising a bit now for a good learning opportunity and after sometime look for something more that matches my expectations. But, how big a risk is this? I am worried If I will be undervaluing myself heavily by taking this route. Should I wait for more time and try for better opportunities or take up this job and continue to look for other options?
PS: I still have couple months to graduate with MBA, so, I haven't been unemployed and out of school yet. I just got started early with my job search considering the economy.
I just finished my SPM in Malaysia and while waiting for the result to come out, I try to decide what course to take for my future career.
I've a dilemma to what to choose. I'm choosing Business Administration, Teacher (preferably lecturer later or higher) and medicines.
Please explain to me what the fields are like, or the working environment, factoring in money/salary, time and etc.
I got my bachelor in Anthropology couple of years ago. I landed a job with a third party product testing laboratory. My main job is to investigate product failure field reports. The pay is really good for someone with a non-engineering degree but my manager suggested that I look into a 2 years technical program such as engineering or electrical in order to get a field engineer title and raise my salary. Which is better. a Associate of Science in Engineering vs associate in Applied Science (Electronics Engineering Technology)? There are 2 nearby community colleges by me. One offers Associate of Science in Engineering and another one offers Associate in Applied Science (Electronics Engineering Technology). I'm not looking into getting a BS in engineering because I'm planning on attending grads school for business management later. But in order to advance within this company, a MBM means nothing if you lack technical background. I'm not sure what's the different tween the two and which is more suitable for field engineer.
Has anyone been through the interview process? Does anyone know what they ask? I really would like to be as prepared as possible.
They sent me a email through careerbuilder about a merchandising manager position. Here is an excerpt of the email.-DESCRIPTION-Over the past four years, Cargo Express Company has emerged as the leading innovator in the merchandise forwarding service with an approach focused on European.
The US take-up of Internet trading is much higher than in the
Europe. Many Internet auctions and stores in the United States of America do not ship the
As the result thousands of customers in Europe are not able to access the large market and purchase high-quality merchandise at so low prices. Cargo Express
provides European customers with US and Canada street addresses that can be used as the shipping addresses. Then our merchandise managers forward the packages to the country where the customer is located. It is the same if they had relatives or friends in the United States and could ask
them about such service.
So, finally after endless hours of searching for a job. I got a called back from CVS for an interview tomorrow morning. This is my first interview, so my question is do I just go into the store and tell the first employee I see that I have an interview today? Will they direct me to the store manager for the interview? And also is the interview questions easy? Thanks for any help.