I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
Is it hard getting a job as a public speaker? Do public speakers get paid well?
I need to write how they are relating to each other :
drama teacher,singing teacher,dance teacher,theatre marketing assistant,musical theatre teacher,director,producer,actor/actress,make-up artist,choreographer, designer,lighting director,sound director,stage manager,broadcast presenter,musician atc.
I need to make like a diagram to show how all these jobs are related to each other.
But i don't know where to start!
btw.It's not even my homework!!!
Team website offer very, very limited job opportunities. How do I contact front office or HR for a major MLB,NBA, or NFL team?
My dream is to work for KTLA, not as a reporter or anyone in front of the camera, but working behind the scenes. What are some jobs behind the camera, and what major should I choose to do so?
This is my career field of choice and i wish to know what types of jobs are available with a degree in communications.
My boyfriend is interested in becoming a Physical Therapist Aide. I know that to be a Physical Therapist Assistant, you need a certain degree, but that is something completely different.
Would becoming an LNA/CNA help? He has a bachelor's degree, but it is in Television Broadcasting so that won't really do much.
I want to have the job of a radio personality/talk show person...I'm not sure what it's called, or even how to get the job.
If you could tell me all about how much school you need to get this position, and anything else you know about the requirements, I would SO appreciate it!
I know this is quite possibly the most horribly worded question ever.
Basically what I want to know is how much school you need, and ANYTHING else that would be valuable to know.
You know how there's a little picture in the left or right corner of the screen? the person who changes the pictures every time a new story comes up, what's their job called?
Im in secondary school and Im very good at history ,I even got a History prise at the end of the year and i got the best gradees possible at my report card.Im wondering what good jobs need history.
Just looking for a career for the rest of my life i have been interested with being a camera operator for a while know, and one more question is what are some jobs that travel.
Has anyone done a follow up study on what these guys are doing 5 to 10 years down the road. What kind of jobs do they have? Those of you who went to school with them know what I am talking about.
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.
A job has opened up at our local NPR radio affiliate station for an assistant news director. Because it's a small college station, they also work closely with the public broadcasting TV station. The job has a lot of responsibility and I'm just not sure I'm qualified. I have been a volunteer in the news department at a public radio station for about two years and I am a telecom major...I just don't know if I am qualified to be an "Assistant News Director." What should I do?
I am planning to have my 2nd child and having just gotten my 1st out of daycare - I want to do this smarter this time. I am open to changinf jobs to make more $ why not somewhere that really has a HUGE benefit financially as well as I get to spend more time with the baby.
I'm thinking about majoring in this or either Broadcast Journalism. But what can I do with a BA in Communication? Broadcast Journalism? Help, Thanks!
I know that a associates degree isnt much but is it possible to find a job with an associates degree in sociology? I want to get a bachelors degree but are there any options for jobs with someone with a associates degree?
I am a veteran and have not been to college yet. I am especially interested in music or broadcasting.
I have a BA in Broadcasting & Mass Comm. I work at a radio as a Traffic Assistant handling sales orders and scheduling commercials, but I want to become account executive. What do I need to know?
My daughter applied for the job yesterday and went to a site to work with some of the people today. She LOVED it !!! Where can I refer her to get more infoprmation so she can be prepared for the interview....if she gets one. She already researched the company, locations, etc.