Does it pay well?
I need to apply for my post secondary very soon and i plan on doing a skilled trade such as industrial electrician or metal fabricator, etc. Im wondering which skilled trade currently has the most demand in Canada. I don't want to come out of post secondary and have a very hard time finding a job.
I am in the Air Force and have been active duty for 10 years. I am an aircraft machinist/welder. I use mills, lathes, and other metal working equipment to make/repair parts for aircraft and their support equipment. What job in the CG does this relate to?
I know education is always a good thing, but is it worth having all this debt after you graduate? I have friends that all went to college some got associates degrees and some got bachelor's degrees. The one thing they all have in common they can't find work in this bad economy and have to find jobs just to keep up on college loan payments.
Im 18 and im graduating this year and i want to join the navy. What I really want to do is be an aviation boatswains mate on an aircraft carrier. But I know sometimes jobs aren't available. I'm going to talk to a recruiter tomorrow but I would like to here from some other people as well. What jobs are enjoyable in the navy if I don't get the one I want? I'm not going to be a cook because I'm not just looking for a job, I really want to be a part of the navy and be a big part.
I know it's best to learn the one thats right for me, but for this question's sake I am just curious.
I just graduated high school and i'm not going to college. Which skilled trade/vocation would be great to learn? Also, will I be a financially incomptetent forever compared to white-collar jobs (college degrees) if I take the trade School route?
Besides being a pilot what Jobs would involve being aboard an aircraft in the Navy? If your just going to give me a link to the Navy website than just move on, thanks.
Write as many as you can think of.
something that is just not worth it. from housekeeping in hotels (back pain, low pay, 16/30 rooms a day on average, chemicals), to porn movies(do i really have to say why? STDs as well), mines (depressing, very high risk of death) and those people who climb the tallest towers with little to no support, i think it was called stairway to heaven on youtube if you want to see what im talking about.
I took this test at my high school which is a military aptitude test and the NAVY called and said I tested high to be a nuclear engineer. I have absolutely no clue what they do and I'm curious to know why the military wants me for that.
I'm a 20 year old female exploring my options. I very skilled in engineering and labor work. I'm on my way to getting my AA and would like some personal preferences.
I'm stuck between engineering in nuclear submarines or aviations. Like I said, I'm exploring my options so feel free to add new ideas.
I'm very serious about the military so please, no smart ass remarks or sexist statements.
I am leaving in a month to boot camp for the navy. I am going in as an aviation machinist mate and wanted to know someone's experience's and day to day life of what they got out of the job. I have done my research before hand and know what I am going to expect but wanted someone who has experienced it them-self. Thanks for any feedback.
Is Air Craft Metals a good job in the air force?? i wanna know from the people not an internet source. Is there alot of jobs to do once i get out?
Question in the title. I have around 25hrs of community service to put on top but no real extra curriculars. If you have a super negative answer please don't post because I'm really hoping for positive answers. My parents are practically kicking me out if I don't go to a 4yr school.
I am doing it because I belive serving your country and your country men is a great honor and I am willing to die for my country and protect it till the end. So why are some people against me joining the military? I am 18
How's the job market in canada?
hello I'm Brazilian and would like to go to Canada to learn English (learning to speak fluently) and for this I would have to work to keep me, but I do not know how this labor market, especially for foreigners. would like to know is very difficult to get a job or this easy (any honest work)
please respond if someone does not abbreviate words I do not understand.
Between the two fields which one has more opporbtunites ? Has the best transfer to the civilian world? Has the best work schedule?
Im not going just so i can travel. my cousin wants to know
The two options.
1. After highschool, join the air force and become an aerial gunner.
Now the only thing holding me back from this one is wondering if you can choose your aircraft.
2. Join the navy after highschool and become an aviation machinist mate
I think i would really enjoy this one