I am trying to start a business. I tried to leave some information about my business at the office where I see my psychiatrist. He told me not to leave any information because it is a office of "sick" people. I know for a fact there are many individuals who are Bipolar who hold down professional jobs. Can anyone respond to this?
What kind of professional jobs does it get paid at least $7000 per month?
(before eliminating from the taxes)
Except doctor, lawyer, professors, accountants, pharmacy, MBA etc.
i'm talking about starting salary
Would recruiters prefer to view a one page resume or more? I know they have alot to view daily. I am not applying for a business manager position, but just as a systems administrator. Im also looking for a strong short objective. My objective should say something about me wanting the opportunity to gain some work experience as a systems administrator because i recently advanced as a pc support professional by earning my certification. Points to anyone who can offer best help.
I have a Bachelor's of Business Administration (concentration General Business) and work in a professional job as a business process analyst. Recently my work has required me to do some web site and Intranet site maintenance and I have found this really enjoyable. I do not care for what I do now and am interested in switching careers to web design or perhaps web development. What schooling, degrees or certifications should I pursue to make a successful jump into this field?
I would love to start a family ( I am a regular guy with a professional job, hopefully to meet with another good man) and adopt a child. However, it does not seem very popular in Scotland. Do you know of anyone having such great relationship and commitment to do so?
I'd like to get a job as an advocate for gay rights but I don't know how to go about it. I'd really love to be a counselor for young lgbtq teens. My dream is to open a homeless shelter for lgbtq teens. What sort of companies do that work?
I am writing on behalf of a recently created student organization at a graduate school in NYC. Our organization seeks to work with the NY foster care system and provide mentorship to youths in group homes. We are directing our attention to those youths who are the least likely to be adopted for various reasons and seek to provide a stable and encouraging relationship. This is a needed and worthwhile endeavor.
We are in the initial stages of designing various fundraising initiatives to support the goals of our organization. We need someone to help create and design our webpage to help with our fundraising goals. I am capable of basic web-design and have a rough idea of what would be needed but am leery of taking on what should be a professional job.
We have no current budget for this but if our fundraising drive is successful we would be able to engage someone on a permanent basis as the webmaster.
If anybody knows where I can get some help, it would be very much appreciated.
How do taxes work with this, do I pay where I live or where I work? I am currently paying where I live, on my paycheck its coming out as the town I live in.
When I lived up north before I moved, I paid the taxes from where my office to my job was located, but where I work now, there is so many offices and houses. I work as a direct support professional, so the houses of which I work at are in a few different towns.
What should I do ? What do I need to change.
It would lower the price cost of things. Imagine if companies outsourced all jobs that can be done in China or elsewhere for a fraction of the cost (there are millions of people who speak English outside of America) and professional jobs, like nursing, could be done by H1B1 visas (foreign people who have a college degree and come in temporarily and then get switched with a new set of people).
In the long run, isn't this what's best?
Hi. I am working as a Direct Support Professional for individuals with special needs. I am working with a unique case as my client has sensorial deficits (legally blind and deaf) and she also has autism that causes her to become highly behavioral at times. She also has a heart condition where she has a benign tumor lodged in her atrium that's making it hard for her to exert physical effort, meaning she can't walk/stand for too long. I work with her at the day program and her program includes things like playing with her blocks and sensorial toys, eating her lunch, walking on wheelchair, and then laying down on her mat with her radio on for the rest of the day. Problems started happening when we transferred to a new place. She is the type of person that depends on daily routine but ever since we transferred to a different building, she started to dislike her old activities. She was hard to handle for a month but now she has slightly gotten back to it. However, she still would not sit down on a chair to play with her old toys. She keeps getting on her wheelchair as this is the only thing that keeps her calm. Now, at least I could get her to sit calmly for a minute and then maybe get her to do simple arts with me
(i.e. fingerpainting) if she's not feeling agitated. I was wondering what other activities I could slowly introduce to her so she could get the most experience out of being in the day program. I really do want to become an advocate for my client and I want her to do more than she is able to do right now. I will appreciate any kind of advice on this matter. Thank you.
She is 47 years old and I work with her at a day program in Las Vegas.
I am in the process of working on my Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling. I basically just wanted to know what the top states are for this field. Which states pay the most and which states have the most jobs and support for these professionals.
So here are some examples of summaries that have been provided to me by others:
1. As a full-time student at Alvernia College, I strive to always succeed as an individual, student and employee. Working toward a degree in Marketing Management and Professional Communications, I possess strong passions for sales and advertising. My career goal is to own a marketing firm and assist companies to make strategic plans, take appropriate actions and set company goals to increase profits. To prepare for my future career endeavors, I enjoy working in retail at Kohl’s Department Store, promoting Alvernia College as a Student Ambassador, fulfilling my civic duty as an Election Inspector for the City of Oak Creek, and being an active volunteer.
2. am currently a full-time student at Alvernia College. I excel in all of my courses, and take my education very seriously. I am a business management major,but also have an interest in marketing, higher education, and communications. I work in the Career Education Center on campus, and enjoy guiding others in their job search. I love working with people, and giving back to the community. One of my goals is to work for a profitable company with job advancement opppurtunites.
Here's the one summary that needs a bit of fixing and a bit of magic to make it sound better:
3. Currently, I am a full-time student at Avernia College .I am working towards receiving a degree in Computer and Information Technology with supports in Professional Communication and Global Studies. As a computer center lab assistant, I constantly strive to help others with issues related to computers. With a strong commitment to lifelong learning, my goal is to work in the IT field preferably in the non-profit sector.
How can I help this student make her summary sound better?
I'm live in the Philippines, 16 years old. And I want to go to US someday, be in a band and travel the world someday.
Not because I want to be famous, I want to inspire people through music just like how some bands saved me and inspired me through music, cause I admit, I am suicidal at some times- but their music lets me know that I'm not alone and I want to make people feel the same through that.
I just really love music, it's like my whole life is devoted to it
But in the same time, I'll be supporting my parents, my family.I wanna make them proud by showing them what I really want to do.
Problem is, I told them that I wanna be a comic artist someday, and they had a really hard time accepting it. But I forget to tell them what my biggest dream truly is, and they might not agree on this one with me, especially my dad cause he have a professional job
but I REALLY REALLY REALLy want it to happen, I'M DESPERATE to make it come true
And I swear I'll do anything to make that one big dream of mine happen. It's one of the reasons on why I'm still alive right now cause I'm waiting for it to come true
I can play guitar a bit, and can sing
And I was planning about leaving them a letter before I go to school tomorrw about my dream.
I'm scared that they will just look down on me, worse- they might not agree
I'll Probably just give up on it
So should I tell them? :D
I want a job that involves helping people with computer problems. What degree do I need If Iwant to make good money at this?
would need an associates in computer science?
When I'm 16 I plan on becoming emancipated with parental consent for various reasons. I've had a job since twelve years old, earning from 20-200 dollars a week. I plan on getting my GED and dropping out, then going to college on a schedule that I can fit a full supporting job into. Thing is, I'm unsure of which fully supporting jobs are available to 16 year olds. Can someone please give me a list with jobs available?
What is more effective at landing an interview? Applying online for jobs or going to every business in your town or a town near you and dropping off resumes? I usually look in the paper and apply for jobs there and most of them give the option to email a resume or apply online on their website. I also look on Monster, Careerbuilder, craigslist, and my state online site that has jobs listed on it. Is it better to hit the pavement?
I am cruise this question goes out to health care professionals nurses, doctors, mental health professional and people in the social working field.
Did you ever suffer from depression or another mental illness?
I am depressed and looking to work in a field that helps others and wondering will that effect my changes of becoming a health care professional?
Me personally I think anyone that has recovered or still is suffering from a mental illness and has it under control will be able to guide their patients though more while going though their battle of a mental illness.
I'm tired of having a job where I sit on my butt all day. I'm curious what jobs will get me moving around a bit more. Besides being a fitness trainer, which I don't see myself doing.
Please include careers that require specific educational tracks, as well as general answers. I am hoping to go back to school soon.
I have two University Degrees - one in History and the other in Sociology - I have a Diploma in counselling. The two fields that I concentrate the most on are social services and education as I have experience working in both group homes and schools. Its just so hard to get one of these jobs. Right now I am even volunteering my time as a business consultant so I can put that on my resume. I am willing to work in alot of professional areas but no one gives me a chance - areas such as project management, being an instructor in a corportation. If I stay in the factory job I am in then no one will hire me when they see that on my resume. Please give me some ideas and places I can go. I am 36 and the best job I got was teaching english overseas in korea - the rest was over here in canda - educational ASSISTANT with special needs - group home worker - SUPPORT worker. I am tired of selling myself short - someone please help me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Are there any real work at home jobs that don't require start up money OR signing up for other programs?
I would like to give working at home a try but I am having a hard time finding anything that seems legit. They look okay until you make it to the end and they ask for money or they tell you you have to sign up for 5 other programs. Does anyone have any experience in this?