I have 1 more year of undergrad with a 3.7 gpa and have been told that I have a good shot at an analyst job. I hear they start at $100K right after undergrad school (after bonus), but the life style is horrible. But i do like money, and want to be rich. They say that if you stick with it for 10 years you are easily a millionaire.
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?
The question explains it, i am thinking of going to an engineering high school but of course it will focus on other stuff too but still. What kind of jobs can you get because i dont want to be a mechanic(no offence to any) but please help me!
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.
I have a BA in Economics from WVU, an MS in Management Information Systems, and am about to graduate with an MBA. I have been a middle B student all the way through. I am currently the director of purchasing for a capital city (2yrs). I have experience with managing people, doing light financial analysis, and overseeing many types of projects on a million dollar scale. I want to be an Energy Analyst/Trader, but opennings are scarce. I need to find something that pays $70-80K and I cannot do a commission only job. What do you suggest??
I have a job interview soon with Eon-UK as a business/pricing analyst but I'm new to the energy market (my degree was in Physics). Can someone give me a brief overview of this concept as I think it's important to the position.
Hi, I am considering a career switch to the investment industry from an engineering career. I am considering of taking up the CFA program to equip myself with the technical skills required for this industry and at the same time, to enable me to step foot into this industry.
But before I decide whether to enroll in the CFA program, I would like to find out if this industry is really suitable for me.(I do not have any friends working there).
Is there anyone who is working in the investment industry who is willing to share with me his experiences and how the work there is like? Especially people who are in same situation as me (who made a career switch) ?
Also, I'm quite interested in research and analysis of stocks and equities, and I'm strong in numerical aptitude. What kinds of jobs are there available in the investment industry that will allow me to utilize this strength?
Thank you for your replies in advance!
Soon to be graduating BS of NR with a minor of Business. Looking to get into the Energy, Commodities, and Renewables Trading world, but all the firms I talk to only hire experienced traders and analysts. Any advice from people within the Industry? What kind, if any, of certifications should I pursue?
I am a college student looking to get into alternative energy and natural resources careers after I graduate. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what major is more suited toward alternative energy and natural resources, what are the differences between the two careers and salary expectations? I have done a lot of research but I'm still not sure... Thanks.
Works for a "Think Tank" as an energy analyst? I have a very good friend who is contemplating whether or not to take a position with the International Crisis Group to be based out of Brussels, Belgium and is hesitant on taking the position. I'd say if the job gives you the opportunity for professional growth and travel, then by all means, go for it! Any opinions are welcome. Thanks in advance!
How do you prove you are being discriminated after an interview? You know in your guts during the interview that you are being discriminated, .'cos of the colour of your skin (asian), just the way they talked or looked at you. And you know very well that you wouldn't get that job; and it's all about racism, not being a white. But when you approached a lawyer, he will ask you whether you are really certain. How do you proved it?
I'm 17, can I get it with parents approval? I have quite a bit of wrinkles under my eye for my age, and I'm so self conscious about it, and I'm tired of spending my money on expensive creams. I don't turn 18 for another 10 months and I would like to get it done sooner if possible.
My mom said theres a cheap place that does a good job where we live, how much do you think it will be around?
This is to all anthropology or international relations majors, please list if you're a undergraduate or graduate.
What sort of jobs have you had and do you have now? How do you believe that this major has helped you in the field? If you're an anthropology major, were you able to do any fieldwork?
Thank you. : )
Just because jobs seem available, sweetie, doesn't mean they are. Please save your sarcastic comments for another question. Thanks!
I read the announcement for the Energy Analyst job with the California Energy Commission and it sounds *perfect*, it's *exactly* what I want to do--but it's in Sacramento, and I was hoping to stay in Los Angeles. Is there a similar position (entry-level energy efficiency) in the Los Angeles area?
According to the report, jobs are the last thing to recover.
Our economy is consumer driven. First will be the sales, then jobs will follow.
So, if no one is working, who's going to do the consuming? Just Congress?
I know that there are probably many different ones out there, but I keep coming across the same 2 or 3. Could anyone give me a nice long list for me to research. Thanks
It got cut off?
I want to be able to live comfortably
in a decent sub division
and be able to shop
at Jewel instead of Wal-Mart,
if you know what I mean.
No offense if you take any.
I'm 28 yrs old and lately i have been seriously considering changing careers. i am currently a mortgage processor, but I am not fulfilled at all. I feel that i have not made the best choices in jobs or careers that I have attempted over the years. I am trying to find the best career that can fulfill my needs in terms of creativity, income, networking, and everything else that makes a great career and lifestyle. Please help!
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.
Not istalling or maintaining solar systems, but other things?