Such as chatting with education consultants. Maybe asking for their advices and stuff.
the things is i'm having difficult times looking for the right colleges and the right major to study. plus, financially, that's a problem.
There's this "girl" I've known all my life - I'm 41, she's 40. We used to play in the sandbox as kids together. I've always liked her a lot. Now she's a doctor in Bavaria, and I'm an education consultant in China, my home is in Sweden, and I want to retire in New Zealand (I'm a citizen there, so I may).
She's from southern Germany, has her folks there, a good job.
I'd like her to come away with me, live in Sweden and New Zealand. I think it's reasonably safe to do - both countries offer better social security than where she is now, and I know she loves New Zealand, too, has visited me there twice when I lived there.
But she's so attached to her folks and her job in Bavaria... d**n. What can I possibly do? I've told her she's perfectly safe in Sweden and wouldn't even need to work if she doesn't want to... my house is paid off.
I don't get it. Anyone with insight? What should I try?
If a person is creative in business planning & strategy what is the ideal job for them. Not looking for career in advertising or graphic designing. More like a creative consultant? Are there jobs available for such people?
Is there a particular form of education that can be recommended before pursuing such a career?
I have over 10 years working experience most of which is in Hong Kong. I now reside in the North West of UK. I have an MBA and a Diploma in Management Studies. However, I am finding it difficult to obtain positions that would allow me to progress in career. All I seem to find is administration monotonous jobs. Does anyone else have the same problem? I would like to join the consultant profession, as details of it appears to correspond with my desires in a career. Although I do have management experience, employers here seems to disregard it. I do have references from permanent positions that I have held in Hong Kong, but no one seems to be interested in looking at them.
Am about to graduate. But want to know what types of jobs you can get with this degree? Like what specific job titles would I apply for? Manager is the first thing to come to mind, but just in case what are some other options?
I was wondering what jobs would be available to someone with this major.
My sweetheart is moving to the US, and I want to help him find a job when he gets here.
What kind of entry level jobs should he be looking for? He graduates from a 4-year study in Business Economics at the end of the year. He'll have about a year of relevent job experience.
Any help? Thanks.
I am about to apply to university and am just deciding which program to apply for.
What kind of jobs could I get with a bachelor of arts degree? Either majoring in English or psychology.
I like the university atmosphere, and I'm considering teaching, but I'm interested in other jobs that are avaliable. The areas like admissions, administration, ect...
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
I just graduated with a BS in Construction Management and I'm not really interested in the field. At most jobs in this field you have to work at least 60 hours a week which I'm all set with. What are some careers outside the field that would be impressed with this degree?
There is a very interesting course that I'd be interesting in taking. It's called a Certified Nutritional Consultant, but after some research, I can only find graduates working in Health Food Stores. Is there any other employment where the pay is better?
Donnie there's nothing useless about learning anatomy and physiology, or about how herbal remedies interect with prescription medication, or so many other things you seem unaware of. If you don't have anything positive to contribute, please don't bother answering.
I did my math exam today and im pretty sure I failed so i won't have the required mark to be an engineer or anything like that so I was wondering what jobs pay a lot of money. I am interested in electronic music and also stocks and I don't think you need to be really good at math to do that.
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
Saying I had a degree in Graphics design and an online portfolio, but no experience in the job, what do you think the chances of getting a job would be?
(It's the same with everything, they all want people with experience, so h*********u supposed to get the experience in the first place?! This isn't the question, just a rant haha)
What would be the education path and/or career path
See, I've always wanted to work with people (Mainly children) who suffer from depression, withdrawal, difficulties in learning and relationships. Generally just people who are emotionally disturbed or suffer from SED.
I would just like to know what kinds of jobs do this sort of thing, and what I would have to do to get such a job (besides go to school and whatnot).
Im a medical assistant, i have been working at a community clinic for two years now. I mostly care for OB patients and after deliver care for their babies. In my job scope i do alot of OB patient education and newborn parent education. I would love to become a lactation consultant. I have done some online research, its somewhat confusing could someone help!!? Thanks.
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
I want to get a job with the Environmental Protection Agency or another organization that helps tailor the environment to fit human needs. Would majoring in Environmental Studies help me realize this career goal? Do you know of any other degrees that would?