Just looking for a list of programs or jobs in healthcare that require a MS or PHD, that are a little more gratifying then nursing, but that i can still use my nursing degree towards? Perhaps someone knows a good site to look up a bunch of health care jobs and programs? Thanks!
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
I'm having a hard time choosing my major in college. i love studying people and i want to make a change in the world. i like history, and i'm thinking about majoring in sociology or anthropology. the only thing is, i'm not clear on what kind of job opportunities i would have. does anybody know? i'm afraid for my parents and i to spend so much money on school and to graduate with very few good job opportunities. help!
I am really interested in the degree. I dont know much about it and since there are not many schools that offer the program, finding information is rather difficult. Any job that you know of would help a bunch, government or public.
I am trying to start a community theatre group as a nonprofit organization. I have read that you can pay a lawyer $500-$700 to start it, and I was wondering if anyone knew any good websites with online lawyers or something that I could use to start the organization
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
This would be to educate individuals and families about community services or public benefits they might need and quality for as well as healthy living practices.
Has anyone done such a thing?
I've been thinking really hard to go to school this fall for Computer Network System Administrator. I was planning on completing an Associates degree for it. I just want to make sure by the time I complete the 2yr degree there will be a job available for Computer Network System Administrator. I am planning on taking the class at a community college. Thanks ahead of time!
I am excellent with people, I've had sales experience, I'm great when it comes to customer service, and I love apartment communites. So I think I would love this type of job. But how do I get started? I have no apartment leasing experience!
I graduated in 2003 with a BA in History. I didn't have any luck getting a job in the history field after college, and now I'm 2/3 done with my MA in Military History, which I will finish in August--although I won't get my diploma until December. I want to work at a museum or do historical research, but so many jobs require experience. I've got education but don't have any work experience in the history field, and I can't just volunteer because I need to pay the bills somehow.
I live in Alaska and want to move back to the Lower 48, but I need to get a job before I move, and it needs to be in late August or early September so I can move before winter comes.
Does anyone have some good advice for me? If you work in the history field, I'd especially like to hear from you.
Thanks for your answers so far--keep them coming! I didn't do internships before because I didn't know right away after college what I wanted to do. I've applied for a couple internships, but I don't know if I'll get them since so many internships actually want people to have experience. I'm not good in front of people, so I'm not really interested in teaching. I'm the type of person who likes to work behind the scenes.
Oh, in response to the other answer--about going into the military. I'm not interested in joining the military, although I definitely support our troops. I'm more interested in the history aspect. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
I am in the middle of choosing a Major for college and i was thinking about getting into Linguistics. Before I jump into that I want to get an opinion from a few of the very good people of Yahoo Answers. What good jobs can I get and is there anyone who has recommendations?
I am graduating college in 4 weeks and after I student teach in the spring I will be looking for a job (so about 8 months from now) I would really like to do one on one homeschooling or tutoring if possible and was curious if there were any teachers out there who took the same route and could offer some advice. Thanks!
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
Hi, I'm taking classes at Craven Community College for an Associate in arts for English, and I also can take a few classes for english education. What types of jobs are their for those types of degrees?
I've took 3 pregnancy test one negative one faint positive and a positive. But I am completely broke at the moment and I have no health insurance bc I just switched jobs. Where can I go in Knoxville, TN close to Powell to have a completely free pregnancy test?
What kind of job can i get?where could I try to find that kinda job?
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'm a Professional Coach (executive and life) and I want to offer my services by internet. What web pages or communities could I join for that?