I am 24 years old with a bachelor's in business management looking to build a career in human resources. I've been applying for jobs over a year now with no luck with opportunities with a descent pay (at least 35k). I'm even willing to relocate. What can I do? Should I look into another field of employment. I did a 3 month internship in HR and I have 3 years of experience working in a call center. Advise?
I just want to know what kind of jobs require people with CTO degrees. And in your opinion, how much money do they make each year? Is the job hard or difficult?
Just as the title says, I want to know the name of that career or job, because that is what I want to do in the future. I am thirteen years old and I love designing stuff and drawing houses and whatever I can come up with. I also love to photoshop things and edit video etc. What high school courses should I take and what subjects should I study or focus more on?
Also, is this particular job severely difficult to find and perform? Does it pay well if you work with a big company like Microsoft or Apple?
What is the name of a job that all I do is program all day? And what are all the salaries for it/them? By the way I'm 14 so I'm just trying to look ahead and any tips would be greatly appreciated!
I would consider doing this for a career because I have always been good with computers, but I'm awful at any math higher than basic algebra. Could someone who has this job tell me about it?
This is my first interview, the job offers are either working as a public relations coordinator or a call center coordinator.
Based on pay scale and job availability. Also I'd like to know the differences in real world application (what kind of jobs could I expect with each degree). Basically, which degree looks more impressive to an employer? Thanks to those that answer.
I'm 21 and I am going to community college for my general ed. I also work and am expecting a child in Nov. I really want to provide for my family and i am going to need to decide soon on what i'm going to do. I understand that good jobs are few and far in between nowadays and any suggestions on a good computer related field to jump into would be great. I don't want to make the mistake of ending up with a useless degree or wasting my time.
I only have a high school diploma. Working right now on my degree in Computer Science. I really want a desk job of some kind but not doing phones all day. I can take phone calls but not all day. I'm just so ready to be done with warehouse jobs and into something that has more growth potential.
What do I need to do in order to get out from doing warehouse jobs and into getting a white collar job? I wouldn't mind working for a law firm doing entry level work for example.
I've always had a gift for math, and I enjoy hands on activities, particularly when it comes to computers. I also have a gift for graphic designing in many of my computer classes. So my question would be, are there any jobs out there that would appeal to a computer loving math genius? I really love the quote, "If you love your job, you never work a day a your life", and I would like to aim for that ideology.
I've also heard that computer programming involves nothing but writing lines of code. Is this true? If so, that's not a path I want to take.
I was also wondering what both of them actually do for work in a job and what classes you would need to take in college to become either of them? Thanks so much for any help!
Alright so my dream job would to be a game programmer. Although I'd go for any kind of programming. My question is what language should I learn first. I am in high school so I have already taken some HTML but that's definitely not enough! :) Is there any recommended language I should learn like Java, Microsoft C++, etc. If so, is there any good tutorial books on that language and I don't mean like basic how to do stuff but some in depth programming in a sense where it'll teach me from start to finish. Basically the whole thing. If so, please state title and author. Thanks! :D
All the jobs where they need people are in Information Technology and Computer Science, so I'm going back to school. I consider myself to be fairly computer literate, but there seems to be a bewildering array of courses and programs offered by various schools, and even more confusing lists of requirements for applicants of open IT positions. What degrees, classes, certifications, skills, programming languages, or what-have-you are the best worth taking?
And how many of you actually got the job in the end?
What kind of jobs are there for someone who gets a degree in this? Seems like a waste of education and money if there are no viable careers.
I'd like to get a job in computers, but I don't know if I should do hardware or software, which makes more money? And what are the classes?
I really seem to be into software developing , But when I discussed it with my parents , they told me that it's going to be hard to find a job as a software engineer..
Is it really hard for a software engineer to find a job?
Specifically, I'm looking for a staff that specializes in basic services such as test proctoring.
I have ran into some money issues and i need to make some money. i cant seem to find a job. i dont have a credit card or bank accounts so i cant do anything that has to do with that. please help.
I have teachers in a review center and i know she has a bachelor's degree in a university, and she's now an instructor in that university. i just want to know how come she can teach i a university because 'm confused. some say that only people with master's degree can teach in a university. i can't understand. and is instructor and professor the same? please explain. i'll choose the best answer which explains the concept of these. thanks.