I am thinking of going to either UMICH, Georgia Tech, or University of Illionis at Urbana Champaign as a Industrial Engineering major and an economics minor.
I am wondering what types of companies and jobs most people get right out of undergrad with this degree. For instance, I know that from Georgia Tech, most people work in consulting companies like Deloitte and Accenture. I am wondering what the other schools' job opportunities are.
Thank you for your help in advance
I used to work at Target, hated it, and now that I quit, I really would like a job that is outside of the retail field.
I live in Fremont, California and am really trying to find a decent paying job that doesn't involve retail if that is possible.
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
Please give a description that entails what comes with the job and how much the annual average salary is. Thank you!
I am looking to familiarize myself with the responsibilites one would have working in the operations department of an investment bank. What does a manager look for in a qualified employee?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
1) Education and license required
2) Job to apply for
3) State Anything that is required
- What kind of degree would you take up?
I was wanting to take a degree in Business Management, but I need to know some jobs in which are suitable with this degree. Eg. Bank Manager. Or is there any other courses like this I could take for similar jobs?
I will be out of college with a degree of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Accounting. I am looking for a job right now. What are some places I should look at and what positions do I apply for? (Obviously I wont' get be a CFO out of college.) Thanks for all your help!
Can I get job in abroad in a bank at a later stage if i get job in operations department in a bank in India currently.I have got a assistant manager authorizer position in a leading bank in India.
I need to apply soon for University but i can't find a good business program to get into.
I only found Business Operation management
and Business Administration
What else is there and is it hard to find a job if i graduate an operation manager
Wouldn't it be better to write off failed institutions' debts to other capitalist institutions, and nationalise, under workers' or workers' and users' control, those that are needed to continue in operation, and let the others go down, and a bloody good riddance too?
And what sort of government do we need to elect to achieve this?
My word, hasn't this brought the American nutters out? Take heed, you hooded hooch heads - Neither Ireland nor Britain are your country, and the American Road to Hell isn't wanted.
I am not sure what a shift manager is suppose to do. Every time I try to help out the managers, they yell at me.
I am currently an executive assistant at a top twenty hedge fund. I am incredibly bored with my job but seem to not have the resume to find something more demanding or creative-possibly in investor or public relations. I have worked for some of the best investment firms in the country but always as an assistant-though typically for the "boss"-I've worked for the CEO of a mulitnational company, regional manager of one of the most well known investment banks and, as I mentioned before, presently for the head of a hedge fund. I have a degree in history/English as well as various securities licenses. I'd like to move into a position that would allow for learning and growth into a new field but am not interested in sales or financial planning. Any ideas?
I'm interested in banking, and spending, loans, and finance. I would just like to know all the different kinds of jobs one could have at a bank. Please tell the name of the job and a small description of each. Thanks!
I've been inspired to set up my own business since I was young, 5 years ago when I was 18 I had a successful business importing designer clothes from the east & selling them on ebay, however I let a friend get involved & they screwed me over & I had to cease trading (lesson learnt)
I have been pondering over various ideas since & I was inspired again by watching the 'Smell what sells' task on the last adults Apprentice in 2012. For those of you who didn't watch it, Alan Sugar gives each group £150 to buy whatever they like from the wholesalers & try flog it during the day on a stall for profit inside a shopping centre, the idea is to give up on items not selling, admit defeat & purchase some more of what is selling to gain more profit & make up for the loss on the not so popular items.
I currently work full time in an Operations Management role & study a Law degree part time as I'd eventually like to be a family law solicitor, I'd like to make a comfortable amount during the next 3.5 years of my degree so I can leave my job, initially I'll sell on weekends locally only till I'm earning enough to leave work, then during week I can travel UK to various shopping centres. I have the balls to give this a go, I could sell ice to the eskimos, I just don't know where to start?
1) I'll need self employed status, how do I set this up over & above working full time, will I pay more tax? Is it free? Do I need a business bank account?
2) What kind of trading licences do I need? Are they all of UK or just regional?
3) Do I approach shopping centres directly? Or do you bid for space?
Any other tips would be much appreciated as I'm a novice....
Suppose now my age is 31, I will finish my course in age of 33 years and I have certificate of Industrial Accountant. Will taking admission in this course be a wise decision?
I am an Aerospace Engineering Graduate. I graduated in 2011. I have written CAT n SNAP in 2011 and i am going to write XAT in 2012. I wish to do an MBA in Operations/Supply Chain Management. Is it advisable to do so? If so, what are the institutions that i should apply for? Is there good job prospects for doing this?
I am 15 and I'm really interested in joining the canadian forces someday, i don't want to be in the air force or the naval i would rather be in the army. I was wondering if anyone could give me a list of jobs that would be good? if it comes down to it, i wouldn't mind the naval