I just graduated in December 2006 from the University of Kentucky. My degree is in Psychology, but I have a passion for financial analysis and business developement. I was involved with a wonderful small business throughout college in which I was able to manage all of the financial/customer/business data and use it to help grow the company (a lot.)
However, now that I am out of college and want to move into a sustainable career (i.e. support my family with pay and benefits,) I am finding it difficult to pursue my passion. My wife and I want to move to the Central Florida area (where we were engaged, honeymooned, etc.) I have applied for dozens of analyst jobs down there, but, as of yet, no bite. How does one "break into" this field?
I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
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 just graduated college and I have been looking all over the web for potential job oppritunities but everwhere is looking for someone with at least 3yrs experiance. I am looking for something in the financial or investment field. What should I do?
I'm prior enlisted and about to go to MEPS on Monday and wanted to know beforehand what the Army would throw at me as far as jobs that they would offer. I scored 90 on my asvab and line scores across the board are all pretty high. I also have a bachelor's degree though I don't want to become an officer just yet.
I'm really interested in becoming a Computer Support Specialist as computer jobs are more needed but i'm not very good in math. I'm good in computers but not in math. I fear that to become one I would have to take a lot of math courses. I really want to be an archivist but I fear that it would be hard to get a job as one. I'm very good in history as well. What should I do?
I am a recent graduate of a tier three school, with a degree in finance. I currently have no experience, so I am basically in the entry level status. Anyways, I would love to pursue an analyst position or possibly get involved with budgeting/forecasting. I guess you could say those are my goals. I still havent truly decided what I want to do. I have interviewed and thought about some possible jobs, I just dont know what is going to get me the experience I need. I dont want dead end experience.
Work in Retail Banking - I have purused personal banker positions, but most are telling me to start out as a teller!
Work in Mortgage Origination - this is with a bank that specializes in mortgages (Indymac Bank) Offered me a position, but its hourly.
Basically im trying to get a job thats not necessarily glamorous paying the big bucks, but instead allows me to develop good work ethic, with the possibility to learn and grown and mold myself into a essential player in society!
I am a B.E student(comp sc). I passed out in 2008. I have interview for accentur where the pay pack is 10k-12k /pm. They have 2 rounds of interview . one is telephonic and another one is technical.IS this a call center kind of job? As a B.E student does this work experience count?
I'm interested in majoring in business. However I don't know about the job prospects of most jobs now after the economic crisis. There are so many majors. Can you tell me which one has job security and makes alot? Like Accounting, Financial analyst, International Business, Business Administration?
Also, when I put an optional major on the common app, does it mean when I am accepted into that school, that school is going to give it to me and I can't switch??
Job with my associates degree, then while I have my job go back to school and work towards my bachelors degree?
We all know people who have no college and haven't finished high school managing those who have and many doing so quite effectively and recognized in their fields! Some people just have a disposition to learning and applying new things quicker than others. Suppose you are hiring and you have candidates that have degrees and or capabilities right off the bat and then you have candidates that don't. What equalizes the non experienced candidates to the experienced candidates to the extent that you might even hire an inexperienced candidate before the experienced candidate because of those traits?
Business at Fedex is UP 16.5?rofits for the QUARTER are up, exceeding $320,000,000.
But they were less than analysts projections, so it is good bye jobs.
So i am transferring from a community college to a four year college and I have no idea what field of IT I should get into ??? Can someone suggests me some good fields. And if I decide to just do IT as a whole can I get any kind of IT job???
PS: no Programming if possible!!!
And how much would it pay?
What would you get a degree in/college major? What companies could you work for?
I've tried looking at many different websites, and they keep saying, "Oh, your parents just have to sacrifice that big screen TV and trip to Aruba."
Yeah, well, my parents don't HAVE those things. If they were to sacrifice to pay for college like everyone says they should, we would lose our tiny little house and their cheap little cars that they are already struggling to make payments on. They both make like, 12 dollars an hour, my mom at Sears and my stepfather at Wal-Mart.
But according to FAFSA, that's enough for them to pay for my school, never mind that it's not enough for them to even pay their bills, and I can't get any financial aid.
Why is this? And what do I do? I want to go to school, but I don't want to take out loans and be in debt like my parents. No website has any real tips, only "tips to try to convince your parents one last time". Seriously, apparently they have to pay even if they don't claim you on their taxes and you live and support yourself independently of them. FAFSA doesn't even take into account what their bills are. None of this seems fair. What gives?
Does anyone know what to write for this please?
if you can give me a personal example from yourselves then i can have a better idea. I am apllying for Customer Support Analyst- 1st Line Support
Or can you have an above average IQ (around 110) and still work for a top firm and be successful?
Is this what you want to do if not what was your planned career
What is the formula of Equity EVA? I need definitions of all items in the formula.