Work? Do you think that after the age of 60 a person could start a new career? What would those careers be considering the physical capabilities of the average senior?
I'm starting my senior year of high school in 3 days, and I'm definitely going into family counseling as my career. I just have a couple of questions.
1. What are some classes I can take in high school to prepare me?
2. What are some college courses I will be able to take?
I will talk to my school academic leader and what not. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Well I was just wondering the differences as I dont really understand, I'm thinking of career choice and its something I'm interested in, I was just wondering what the training consists of and whether you can specialize in more than one area - such as Clinical psychology,
Counseling psychologists and Developmental psychologists?
Also can you take a degree in animals too? But more of a behaviourist and then specialize in horses? Thanks!
I have done M.Sc biotech from vinayaka missions university in 2008. now i came to know that it was in blacklist can i get job because of this.
Are there different types in the Psyhcology category?
I mean, I found:
- Developmental Psychology
- Health Psychology
- Psychology and Law
- Social/Personality Psychology
Are there any others I should know about?
I'm starting my senior project about Psychology so I must know.
I appreciate all your answers, thank you.
Every time I ask someone about it, they give me a sarcastic answer. If these handouts really exist and are such a bane on American economy, why can't anyone tell me what they are? I already know about welfare and snap (food stamps). But what else is there?
@Taylor - I didn't give you a thumbs down, someone else did. Chill out.
I am a senior in high school and I have been accepted to a four year university for the fall. I am trying to decide if I should major in psychology or social work. I plan on minoring in child development. I want to help children cope with abusive situations, help them find a safe foster home, counsel them, etc. I love children, and I want to have my job be with them. My question though is what should I declare my major as? I am in AP psych right now and I LOVE it and I am getting an A. I however do not want to go and get my masters right away. I want to work for a little bit, settle down a bit and then perhaps go and get my masters. What degree would have more job opportunities with what I am looking to do?
Where do we start re jobs/accommodation etc? We have family who can put us up in a mobile caravan temporarily, where do we go from there, we're a family of 4 with 2 children aged 15 & 11?
Just to add, we're a hard working family, looking to relocate to New Ross area, thanks.
I am planing on changing programs and want to know what kinds of jobs are there if I get a Social Work degree or masters..
yea i know it would make me a social worker... but what are the areas that i could work / specialize in?
and where are the places that I could work at? hospitals? any other places?
Community Organizer isnt really a job. You just take money from people and give speeches and live off the cash. He never practiced law. His books say nothing about him having even a minimum wage job growing up.
Also i want to know what are further study opportunities after doingPGD in HRM?
I put a lot of stress on myself in high school to get all a's so I could get into good colleges. But does your gpa really matter as much at the university level or is it just a matter of passing and getting a degree? Will jobs, when hiring most always take the candidate with better college credentials?
I'm in my senior year of college for my bachelors degree and I've been thinking about going for a Masters degree in Computer, Information, & Network Security from DePaul University. I have options to do my coursework online (which I like) and I hear they have a sterling reputation.
Tuition is very pricy so if I decide to apply and enroll there, I want to be sure I can have a job ready for me when I graduate. Is the school as great and notable as everyone says?
Will leading education consultants High Profile SGC throw light on this issue?Are there options in health care as well?
What are the different types of jobs a social worker does and what is the pay
He wants to send all illegals back were they came from,to open these positions for Americans and all who take these jobs will only have to send them 25?f what they earn this sounds great dont you think.It mite be a little crazy but what the hell, All his programs sound crazy
I'm a senior in high school this year, and up untill now i really havent thought much about what to do as a career, i love doing backstage and production stuff in theater but i dont see that as something i would do constantly so i figured do it as a minor.
i like helping people so i was thinking social work as a major? im not quite sure though plus i dont kno of everything they do and what classes i should take and colleges and all that fun sutff
I'm currently a senior in high school and I want to become a therapist. After doing 4 years undergrad I will be going onto my masters, then Psy.D. I was wondering which of the three options would be most beneficial to me: 1). Double majoring in both psychology and social work 2) majoring in psychology and minoring in social work 3). majoring in social work and minoring in psychology.