If a person is creative in business planning & strategy what is the ideal job for them. Not looking for career in advertising or graphic designing. More like a creative consultant? Are there jobs available for such people?
Is there a particular form of education that can be recommended before pursuing such a career?
I am 27 year old, all my life I waned to live and work in the USA.I don't qualify for a green card but i still like to live my dream to have a life and a job in the USA.
Suppose English skills is good, but there is no job experience in any of the countries. It's pretty tough, isn't it? But what about studying for your masters and also working in a part-time job? Is it doable?
I have BS in both mathematics and philosophy of science. Also I have a teaching certificate (not sure it will be valid in any of the countries).
@ ? : Thanks for your valuable answer.
@ ibuguru : You are a bit harsh but thank you too!
I have applied for a position in an American company that I really would like to work for that is located in San Francisco. I currently live in Ontario, Canada.
If I get the job, what do I need to do/what is the procedure to receive a work visa to legally work for this company? I've tried researching the answer to this question but I am having a really hard time finding what I am looking for. Thank you in advance.
So I notice that loads of my friends on social media sites are going abroad (Australia, New Zealand, etc) but i've always wanted to go to America. My brother has been before, but the people who he went through have stopped the programme, so I cant go through them.
Do I need to have an actual job lined up before getting out there? I really don't mind the job, I just really want to live out there for a while, and experience it all before it's too late!
I was wondering if there was anybody else that may have been recently and could offer me some advice on how I can go about planning for this?
I am a male to female transgender girl and I was wondering like, what would be the easiest way to inform my job and the people I work with about my transition and also, if anyone has any ideas or thoughts about that.
Hi, I currently live in Alberta, Canada, and I'm wanting to move to Dallas, Texas. I'll be living with my friend, possibly be there for a couple years. It's so hard to find the information I need online, these government websites are giving me a headache. I want to be able to work there, but apparently you need a certain visa, and these visas require something from an employer. But I don't have any special skills or profession to be able to find an employer in Dallas. My plan is to drive there, cross the border with all my stuff, and hopefully get a job, and live in Texas for about 2 years. What do I need to make this happen?
I'm in undergraduate sociology right now; and want to pursue some opportunities while I'm studying to enrich my resume when I graduate, whether it is a job, or volunteer service; anything related to sociology.
I'm graduating this year (graphic design) and I'm going to the states to live with my boyfriend.
I know it's hard to find a job in the states, especially as a graphic designer. So i was wondering, are there any jobs that can hire me so I can get my visa even if its not a graphic design job? Does the fact that I speak Greek can help me get a job? Can I look for jobs while i'm there? I also have a Bachelor's (Honours) degree, Will that help? Thank you.
I don't have family, I'm not going to school, not job needs me there, and I don't have a spouse. Are there any other options to just apply for the visa in general? I just want to get American citizenship, like work and live there. That's all. What should I do? Please give me phone numbers, emails, anything I could use to get help on how to get this information and how to get started? Thanks! Helpful answers only please!
What are the steps for an immigrant to work legally in the United States? Becoming a citizen takes some time is there a way to get a job right away?
"Four Italian management consultants have come up with a novel way to get ahead in business - read fewer textbooks and watch more films. ...all good films teach lessons about behaviour. ...High-quality films, though, can offer lessons about problem-solving and teamwork as well as focusing on issues such as globalisation and diversity" UNQUOTE above article.
What movies would you recommend to Political Bosses to watch and learn from?
Do you believe in the CONCEPT of certain movies as being viable for the job you do there today.. if not the end result?.. if so, which film CONCEPT works for you in your mind, yet won't be tried and tested in real life?
I wanted to put in the politcal category, but yahoo wouldn't allow me - strange that isn't it?.. Maybe we'll get more constructive advice here...
Re Michael Ceasar - so much for CONSTRUCTIVE ideas here !! Pray do tell me WHAT politician have you got in mind that could learn god knows what from your list?.. TOO much "knowledge" is as bad as too little !! It does, however show everyone a LOT about YOUR personality and skill levels !.. MAYBE.. YOU are a consultant psychologist?...hmmm I think not somehow !
To clarify here,maybe we should constrain it to top 3 movies that Bosses could learn from...
What is the diffce between Biotechnology and biomedical engg?If somebody pass B.Sc. Biotech and somebody B.E.Biomed. what are job opportunities? Are those same?
I'm a Canadian in 23yrs old, who willing to work in USA. Beside high school, I haven't excellent educational background but experienced in hotel industry as a steward. So I've got a desire switch to US for few years,
Beside green card lottery,
Do US government give a special visa or something to migrate between two countries like European Union do (cross the border and find a job) ?
If you know things regard this, Please let me to know?
I have a friend from Sweden who would like to come and stay with me in the States for a few years, then return home. He would not be coming to attend school (the tuition prices would skyrocket anyways), but is interested in getting a job for the time he is here. I've looked into different kinds of visas, as well as green cards, and I'm a bit lost as to what to look for. It seems that most visas and green cards are assigned for highly professional work, or through specific, specialized programs. And the "green card lottery" doesn't seem to be a reliable method either, for obvious reasons.
Am I overlooking something? Is there an easier way for him to stay here for leisure, and pick up a generally low skill job temporarily, and head back home in a few years? Or is there some kind of special visa or other permit type that would allow for this?
Thanks for your help in advance.
I have no family, job etc in the usa but i want to start fresh, is it possible to move? if so what do i do and how much would i need to save? and where is the best place to move to?
K. Unemployment begins to diminish; income, output, and consumption rise; and prices gradually start to increase.
L. Prices creep down as unused capacity develops.
M. As unemployment begins to increase prices rise proportionately.
N. Prices remain stable throughout the expansion phase.
We would like to sell up and move to Florida. We are retired and do not require work.
Our daughter and her family would also like to move at the same time, she and her husband are both teachers and they have an infant daughter. So any recommendations for them would also be helpful.
We are all Australian citizens.
I'm studying to be a doctor in Australia, I'm a native English speaker, I also know Italian, Russian and now I'm studying Spanish. When I graduate I hope to migrate to America to become a doctor over there. I know plenty about America, locations, history and laws. How can I do it and what are my chances?
With all the talks about illegal immigrates, I wonder: is it really difficult to enter the country legally if you, say, are looking for a job?
Ok, enlighten me. How do you come legally?