We've all thought about it. Our dream job! There are many people doing jobs they hate. On the other hand, there are those doing their dream job that they absolutely love! Have you obtained your dream job? Is it a wish come true or not?
History is my strongest subject, I got an A* at gcse and Am hoping to get an A or a B at A Level. I'm not incredibly strong at any other subject. I'm above average at art and English too but I'm not brillant at them. And as english and art are competitve areas and I'm not good enough to get a job in them. So what can I do with a history degree?
I am finishing up my degree in Health Science with a concentration in Health Services Administration. Ideally, I want to get my Masters in Business Administration or go to Law school, but I would like to work a few years to build up some work experience, which looks good for MBA programs. With a Bachelors in Health Service Administration, I know you can work as a Medical Service Manager, which pays well ($80,000-$96,000), but I doubt I would land a job like that right out of college with no experience. What kind of jobs are available for Health Services Administration degrees with no work experience?
I am currently at a finance position and I want to apply for a new job but my current job title is very dull and vague (analyst). Can i apply for a job and change my current job title?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I already hate gays, blacks, muslims, mexicans and chinese. Am I qualified enough to get a job at Fox?
P.S I love israel more than my own life.
@ Chris Ray, um you mean like Sarah Palin?
My school is mainly history and Im not sure what job I can try for.
He constantly says we only have 12 billion barrel underground in the entire country, while the Dept of Energy estimates there are 400 billion barrels and energy analysts say there are over 1.2 trillion barrel, enough to last 200 years!
Why doesn't the left acknowledge that we should be using the oil that we have available until a true viable alternative is found, instead of all of these taxpayer funded debacles?
I am looking to advance in my current job & would like to know if there are any schools in Oklahoma City I could attend to become an underwriter? Thanks!!!
If you are afraid of losing your job, don't you think you'll do it better? If you afraid the oil will run out won't you be motivated to think up new industries to support our ever growing need for energy and a greener living program? Recession and High gas prices will motivate people to do their jobs better, save money, and find new ways to achive the goals needed to survive in an ever changing world environment. That's my story and I'm sticken to it. This has been another broadcasting of C.J.C. anytime.
You need a machine or several machines running 24/7 modelling the risks that would have been introduced by those who had been claiming to be doing risk management.
Hi, I have a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies and a certificate in Film Studies. What can I do with this degree? What careers/job options are available to me?
I do not want to be a laywer but I do want a job that reqiures some understanding of the law though. Are there any jobs that require an understanding of the law besides a lawyer?
Jobs in ANY field are ok to suggest....
I love computers but they are outsourcing a lot of jobs out of the country. Yet the healthcare field is booming. Is there a career that combines these 2 fields that would be resistant to outsourcing?
What kinds of companies do many get a job at?
and what kind of job?
what do they do?
The problem is that the job market is really bad right now and I don't really see any jobs listed in my field. If there are jobs listed they want you to have a lot of experience in that field. But h*********u suppose to have all that experience if you just graduated and spent so much time in school? Does anyone have any advice on what jobs to look for? I feel that all this time in school and all this money wasn't worth it at all.
Is there like a website where I can check all this?
" Ministers say welfare spending needs to be reduced and they claim that the threat of the introduction of the cap has already spurred 8,000 claimants who would have lost out to find jobs."
Hi, I enjoy analysing and investigating things, and taking many things into consideration and making accurate decisions and exact observations...can you recommend some suitable careers.
i am also a bit of an introvert, so please take that into consideration as well. I endure long periods of time by myself, but sometimes i feel the need to be around people.
i also have a very good memory and am capable of remembering minute details.
I think the best description of myself is:
I am a person that sees things as they are and i see what it could be.
I've tried looking at many different websites, and they keep saying, "Oh, your parents just have to sacrifice that big screen TV and trip to Aruba."
Yeah, well, my parents don't HAVE those things. If they were to sacrifice to pay for college like everyone says they should, we would lose our tiny little house and their cheap little cars that they are already struggling to make payments on. They both make like, 12 dollars an hour, my mom at Sears and my stepfather at Wal-Mart.
But according to FAFSA, that's enough for them to pay for my school, never mind that it's not enough for them to even pay their bills, and I can't get any financial aid.
Why is this? And what do I do? I want to go to school, but I don't want to take out loans and be in debt like my parents. No website has any real tips, only "tips to try to convince your parents one last time". Seriously, apparently they have to pay even if they don't claim you on their taxes and you live and support yourself independently of them. FAFSA doesn't even take into account what their bills are. None of this seems fair. What gives?