I'm currently in highschool and I'm thinking about majoring in psychology. The human mind has always interested me and I would love to do something in the psychology field but maybe not necessarily become a psychologist. What other jobs are there?
I'm about to go to college, and I wanna know what are the leading job fields in America today, and may continue to be.
Im trying to decide which major would be best for me to go into, I want to make a lot of money. I think I'm leaning towards Accounting.
I have always told my dad who has been an ironworker for over 30 years that "I wanna follow I'm your footsteps" he has been working in New Jersey and around New York for many years,I am currently 17 and have a child now, I need to find a new job and was wondering if there was a way to become an ironworker soon, I am currently in grade 10 and will be turning 18 in October, I heard if you have a family member in the union working with you, you'll be able to join, is this true?
I hold an honors degree in Architecture. Due to the economic climate, I cannot find a job with an architecture firm.
I really need to make a bit of money and so was thinking about trying to get an offshore job.
Would I need to retrain (apart from survival course) to get a job in the oil industry? Is there a specialism within the oil/gas industry that is relevant to my degree?
What are the specific names of construction worker type jobs that are needed when building skyscrapers or highrise buildings? Like ironworkers and stuff
Im interested in becoming and iron worker. I was trying to figure out what other types of jobs there are other then the connector. and an explanation of each. thanks for the help people.
I have been applying for civil engineering and construction jobs for a while, with nothing yet. I am getting a bit restless and thinking of working for free until I can land a full time job. Any tips on how this works? Do I post an ad for myself on craigslist or some other site? Do I email companies individually? I feel a bit hesitant about emailing companies because I feel that implies that they cannot afford to hire people. Any advice will help thanks!
I'm getting ready to joint the navy and I'm looking through different jobs and I'm interested in HT. I want to get into underwater welding and I wanna know if it's possible to get into that. Thanks
My husband and i were talking about his lack of employment and the subject of union jobs came up.We were interested in how to become a member of the union, also if they accepted convicted felons? Any help would be appreciated
If someone were to be served at their work do I need to find out where they work? Or can the cops simply do that? All I know is that this person just recently became an ironworker.
I know that they make Special bikes for people, but they must just make choppers to sell to people who walk in the door. Around how much money are they? not anything Special like an features or Special paint jobs.
My boyfriend is an ironworker, so he is out on job sites. what can i makehim for lunch besides sandwiches that wont go bad in a cooler?? ive been making his sandwhiches an im pretty sure hes getting tired of them. is there something i can get to keep his food warm??
Is Ironwork one of the most physically demanding jobs out there?
I am applying for a position as an ironworker, and I was curious. A lot of people tell me its one of the most physically demanding construction type labor jobs you can get? Anybody in this field have any input. Looking for opinions and facts. Thanks
My dads an ironworker and he recenty got me a job as an ironworker cause he wants me to be like him..well today was my first day to work and I hated it so much..but he's really happy I'm doing it and I don't know how to tell him I don't wana do it without hurting his feelings or him hateing me or something.
I am 16 years old and i work for my dad. He does mostly landscaping and hidroseeding. On alot of jobs i run the bobcat and I really like being behind the machine. So i asked my dad about a job working manly in machinery that pays well. And he told me crane operators make good money. But another question i have is, besides a two-three week training crouse what two-four year college degree would i get for operating a crane?
How well (or not) do we treat our vets?
When i watch the story on the news about the alleged cover up of the Legionaires Disease outbreak at VA hospital, I think - we do a lousey job
As an ex union ironworker I got tired of the rhetoric and unionist lies. Not to mention my dues going toward beer,strippers and drugs. To hell with unions and their lies!!
I just read an article that stated an ex-convict working over 4 years in the trade can expect to make $49/hr + benefits. If he works 48 weeks/year, he can earn $94,000. I have 10 years of teaching experience and a college degree, and I make less than half that amount.
What type of welding do structural ironworker do, Im trying to get in the union but would like to take a class?
first. My cousin is in and said he can get me a job but the "punk" apprentice school isn't open because of econonmy, he's not answering his phone so I'm asking you. Please help is it arc welding
Very good? Because I applied for some ironworker apprenticeships and I am hoping that they understand my job references aren't going to be very useful. Since im 18 , my only jobs have been in a restaurant, department store, and another restaurant. I haven't had any "real" jobs yet. I hope they understand
Sorry. I meant I already applied for the apprentice ship. And I am applying for sponsors, I should have specified