I am still in high school, but I am great at art (painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, graphic design etc.) I want to go to collage and major in art and/or creative writing for at least 4 years, the education is not a problem for me.
Now my problem is, I don't know what jobs are available to my interests, or the chances of the average person to succeed in that job. I do not what to spend years of my life and money to find out that my skills are worthless.
What would you suggest?
I'm talking about anything from plant nurseries to conservation sites, but would like to ask if anyone knows any particular roles, job descriptions or links, and whether it is best to expect seasonal, part or full time sorts of jobs. Also, any info on the kinds of pay in those sectors. I know about freelance gardening, this is more about working for existing organisations. Thanks.
I need to find out more about trigonometry and the jobs? Can anyone tell me what are the jobs that would use trigonometry? Also one more thing, how the trignometry would be used in the jobs.
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
I want to do character or landscape design for video games. Not concept art, but the people who actually animate on the computers.
What are the specific features that I should look for when purchasing camera lenses (for Nikon)? I will be mainly shooting portraits and some landscape, and plan on purchasing the Nikon D7000. Will a 18-55mm standard lens suffice? Also, I've read somewhere that the more optical/ focal zoom range a lens has, it can produce more noise and/or blurriness. Is this true? Thoughtful answers would be greatly appreciated!
I want to know what else there is besides the job ob architect in building buildings.
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I graduated a year ago with a degree in biology (b.s.). I have been trying to find a job ever since. I live in cleveland, oh and the problem I keep running into is that every job is a sales job. I AM NOT A SALESPERSON!!! I am very smart and a job that does not utilize this will be short lived. I need something that allows me to make decisions and does not involve selling. Going back to school is not an option as I need money and WILL NOT move home to live with my parents. So unless it is something that allows me to go to school part time while working full time, it is not an option. I am very open minded, all I really need is decent pay, bennefits, and the ability to think for myself so I dont get bored and quit.
I am currently working part time in retail, with little room for advancement as the only real position to move into is store management which is a very competitive sales position. My sales numbers are not good at all.
I also work part time teaching at risk 6th graders, but i am not a licensed teacher. I do enjoy the job, but the long hours of a teacher and low pay are most likely not for me.
biology is just a degree, a job with biology is not important or really even anything worth considering. Sales jobs are the only real jobs I find available.
I do not want to go to college because I can't afford it, and my grades aren't good enough for a 4 year university.
I'm completely against joining the millitary.
What are my other options? I'm about to be a senior next year. Should I drop out, get a GED, and start looking for a job?
What are some well-payed careers that require no college education?
I'm aiming to become a creative director in the video game industry someday in the future, mostly because videogames, graphics design, and visual arts are my passion. What qualifications do you need to become one? Do you need good programing skills?
I need a detailed answer from someone who has experience in this sort of job. Pls help me?! D:
I need bulldozing work, retaining wall, tree removal, cement work and a good landscape designer and maybe deck work. Is there a "general contractor" I can hire or do I need a different professional for each job or hire a Company that designs and manages all those things?
I understand web sites take a lot of time to set up & maintain to look good. Verses on my computer, I can put photos of various jobs we have done for prospects to see vaious looks, ideas etc.
Our specialties ORGANIC NATURAL LANSCAPING, a real Botanist who knows plants, soils, ecology, flowers, vetables, trees shrubs vines, annuals & perennials.
Lets pretend I wanted to open a food business either a shop or a restaurant, or a small contractor for building works such as joinery, brickwork, or hard landscaping.
I know I could employ qualified workers but what sort of courses could be helpful to do, so I can at least be mindful of the workers concerns for tasks.... basically have some experience relating to the work they do.
I load and unload moving trucks, haul things away for people in my pickup, mow lawns, shovel snow, do yard cleanups, gutter cleans etc but never know how to answer the question from somebody that asks what i do for a living? Its like i run 5 different small businesses myself, and do the work on my own, and sometimes pay another person depending on the job.
I'm 14 and I was wondering if there are any jobs near san mateo, CA?
Okay, let's imagine you have just been tasked by the Dutch, English or Spanish to colonise the fictional continent of Lemuria (for the sake of this, lets say it has the same climate as Eastern Australia).
The continent is only inhabited by animals and the descendants of lost sailors from Ancient Rome and Greece who live in a society like the Celts of Britain but still with some aspects of their original communities.
How would you plan?
How many people would you take?
What would their professions be?
How many soldiers would you take?
How many ships?
What resources would you take?
What buildings would be a priority within the first few months?
How would you defend your colony?
Which landscape and land formation would you colonise first? (ie. Bay, inlet, beachy land, inland?)
Oh and what would you call your colony? (You can also rename the continent)
And how would you deal with the natives?
1) I would take firstly 350-400 people with me.
2) They would be masons, carpenters, farmers and soldiers.
3) I would take 100-150 soldiers.
4) 10-15 ships.
5) I would bring food to last the voyage and the first few months of colonisation.
6) First building to be built would be a fort, the next would be houses for the colonists, a port and docks and then the official buildings.
7) I would defend the colony with the fort and a series of walls and dykes around the colony. These walls and dykes would also be a priority. Also outpost towers.
8) I would first colonise a natural bay or river inlet.
9) I would name the colony (if Dutch) Nieuw Batavia, (if British) Bayland (due to the large amount of natural bays and inlets), (if Spanish) Nueva Castilla, (if French), Nouvelle Provence.
10) I would forge alliances with any natives willing to, with any hostiles I would send back for at least another 50 men and put them in their place. However I would try and conserve their culture and history a
We are from 1600s - 1700s/
Ouragan (or whatever your name is) - Do you not grasp that I was speaking from the context of the colonial days of 1600s - 1700s Europe? Apparently not. Read the question before you answer.
How many years of collage should i take? What classes? I want to be professional, not just cut peoples hedges, I want to work the land into whatever I want or what I'm paid to do, right now I have experience cutting trees down, and small ammount of construction experience as well.
I am absolutely stumped on this question...seeing as I don't completely understand the whole open-pit mining subject in the first place.
What type of fertilizer and or chemicals should I use on my grass before the spring starts so I can make the grass greener this year? Or anything else I should do for that matter? I live in Texas. Specifically in North East Texas.