I am interviewing on Tuesday for a job as a Web Editor. The job is entry level so I am trying to figure out what the typical salary is for this type of postion. Is there a web site for this?
I'm creating a website. I was interested in a free web page editor program if anyone knows of any that I can download. I have Micro-Publisher. It's ok, it gets the job done, but it isn't so USER FRIENDLY. Any ideas?
I want to get 1 bird tattooed on each of my wrists. I'm a professional writing and editing major with a concentration in web communications. Do you think getting tattoos on my wrists would effect the chances of me getting hired as a:
I should have probably mentioned that these would be my inner wrists.
I half herad about mass layoffs of teachers etc. I am open to being an illustrator, designer, web person, video editor or animator if I can't teach. Even a staff job at a school or college.
I want to get a Bachelor's Degree in Film/Video Production to be a film/trailer editor. But I also want to go to a regular college so I can also study Communications/journalism as a backup career plan to be a copy editor/ web content editor. Are there any colleges with solid film programs that aren't specialized film colleges like Florida State University except cheaper?
I see these type of jobs listed a lot more frequently than my area of study(photography) on journalism job postings and newspaper career sites. I need a job and think this could be something I could get into.
I am currently in college and don't know what I want to do in life. My current major is nursing but I am a nursing assistant and I know I do not want to become a nurse, despite the good job prospects. It is just not my thing. However, what are the prospects for someone with the above degrees? And what kind of jobs could I work with degrees in those fields?
Ok, but what about international studies?
I have a windows 98 system(old I know, it runs great though) Im looking to build a web site that can be found on the web such as if googled. I want to be able to sell/advertise some of my furniture and other things online via the site.
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
I LOVE to read, and my dream job would be one where I am paid to read books to give my opinion of them. Do those sorts of jobs exist? I don't really want to proofread, and I don't care if the books are already released or if they are a "trial" to see if they are well received. If anyone has any ideas or info that might help me find my dream job, I would appreciate it!! Thanks for your help!!
I am looking to make some extra dough but I already work a full time job and I just dont have the time to get another "real" job. I am looking for something that can be done at night or on weekends when I get some free time. I know these jobs are out there but its tough weeding them out amongst the "get rich quick" scams. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Not online web builders or basic drag an drop software.
What do you think is the best HTML website creation software?
I have had Dreamweaver for about 2 years and not really used it. I like it but everyone seems to be giving it bad reviews.
Regardless of price?
I had someone make my website for my business. They sort of went to a corporate job now and I'm left to try and figure out software to edit my site. Are there any easy ways to backup th website before I go and screw it up.
I want to create a website with videos and photos. I am confident that I can learnt the skills (I am a programmer - VB and other languages - and programming is not a problem. I have written HTML, I don't mind doing that.
So, what is the best approach to creating a web site? In the future I may spend a lot of money of software, but don't want to commit to that until I have learnt what I need to know.
So, is there any free software up to the job?
I have a full time job unrelated to the field and I have no college background. I don't plan on spending thousands of dollars on a college education and I would like to work from home. Do all employers require a college degree?
I want to learn atleast one of these programs. I'm new. Which one would be best to learn? That is marketable and there are jobs out there for it and it will be long before is no longer needed?
I really want to start making actual money! I'm to young to get a job and I feel I'm to old for babysitting, lemon-aid stands and little things. I need some cash so I can have fun with my friends. Are there any ways that don't envolve internet survays or something that would not be scam like???
I'm in my 30s and I have been a writer and editor for print publications for my entire career. I have lots of experience in print. But now, of course, print is dying and it's getting harder to find jobs. In today's online world, I think I need to learn web design in order to keep an edge.
My question is, what level of study or degree would be appropriate? Is it a matter of taking a few continuing education courses or going out and getting an actual degree?
I am an English Graduate and have been unemployed for a while, I desperately need a job, I only really have retail experience but dont want to work in retail...whats the best kind of job to go for with very little experience? I need to get working and make my way somehow in this world. What do other grads do?
please - no mc donalds jokes. Thank you.
Can you help?
What is a proper "job title" for a person doing writing and copy editing for marketing purposes... "copy editor" does not sound modern and professional enough.
This person would take input from VARIOUS sources and produce text to be used in email, newsletters, web-pages, tweets, Facebook fan pages, and ad-copy, etc.
What would be a good job title for that person?
It's not a tech writer, more of a "creative" writer.