My major offers Family Life Educator as a job opportunity after graduation. I think that's what I want to lead toward doing. However, what exactly do FLE's do, and where can they work? What are some examples?
I'm a student in college and its my second year. I have no major yet, and i'm deciding between a major in nursing or an elementary school educator. But i'm currently in a 2 year college and only gives an associates degree in elementary school educator and nursing. I am thinking about the future and i'm wondering if I would get hired with only an associates degree in nursing or elementary school teacher? And also if i would get hired of a position as a school nurse with an associates degree only? Thank you for your time.
I know that in the future i want to have a job that is all about animals. I have been looking for what kind of jobs there are and i took multiple quizzes but maybe someone can help me. I would want a job that pays pretty good, a job so i can be around animals all the time, and i would want the job to not involve veterinary work because i can't take cutting an animal open...i just cant. but yeah so maybe some one knows a job that has what im looking for. please help!
I am wondering what jobs are there to do with the conservation of animals and also the environment because I love nature and wildlife. I'd love to work with endangered species and learn about how they are becoming extinct e.c.t and the relationships between organisms and their environment and how we as humans effect the environment.
Also i was wondering what qualifications ( GCSE'S, A LEVELS e.c.t) I would need to get into this field of work.
Just looking for a list of programs or jobs in healthcare that require a MS or PHD, that are a little more gratifying then nursing, but that i can still use my nursing degree towards? Perhaps someone knows a good site to look up a bunch of health care jobs and programs? Thanks!
I know there's nurses and doctors and surgeons, but I am curious about what they actualy do, and what other interesting jobs there are at hospitals. Because I don't know what I want to do once I'm out of highschool, and I want to do something lively and busy that will keep me in good spirits, you know?
these two people were no help whatsoever. I am not looking to make money,I want to learn about work in hospitals.
I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
I am looking at my copy of the Constitution, and I don't see any part of it that says, "every citizen will have the right to a taxpayer-funded education!" Explain that, liberals!
Oh, you don't care, you just want our kids indoctrinated with socialism, evolution and homosexuality so you force us to hand over our tax dollars to give these so called educators a job that pays a ton of money, requires only nine months of service and a five hour working day.
What is an international public health degree? What are some jobs associated with this degree?
I want to major in health science. What is the major about? What jobs can I get from it?
I like the subject. I was just wondering what type of job I could do if I got a major in history?Can you also include how much they generally pay? Thanks.
I am wondering what types of jobs I could get with a nursing degree at a psych hospital? What type of nursing degree do I need?
I have been wanting to go to school for a long time to be a para-educator so i can work with disabled kids. I have had no luck going to my local college. They do not have the classes and don't know any school that does. Does anyone know of any online classes i can take for this subject?
I love little kids and I think this job would be pretty good for me! And I was wondering about pay, difficulties, fun times, and more.
If you work in the field of ecology what are some different jobs you could do and the names of them?
I am in my last semester of Grade 12, in Ontario, Canada. I am thinking about going to a prestigious University called "Mc Master University" and I would like to know what occupations would be available if I went through history. I am very interested and good in history, and what jobs (available or hiring) would be there for me when I graduate.
I attend Columbia College in Chicago and am going to be getting a Film and Video undergraduate degree next year. My question is what kind of jobs can I get with this? I am currently a screenwriter planning to move to LA, but feel a bit upset when I read all these posters who claim you can't get a good job now without a Master's. But I really don't want to get a Master's Degree in film right away- I want to just go into my field and start working. I don't think being a screenwriter and actor require me to have all these extra degrees, but apparently to certain posters I've read on here, you have to. Here I thought a Bachelor's Degree was enough, but sadly it isn't? And even in my field?
I will be graduating in May and I am searching through job postings online, and everything says that you should have years of experience for certain positions. The only things I seem to qualify for are internships that don't pay well, or pro bono "just for experience" work.
I know a lot of black people at my college and the vast majority, say 80?are majoring in black studies or urban studies, whatever that is. I'm curious, what kind of job can someone with this degree get? Does a person have to have a masters in black studies or urban studies to get a good job, or are lots available for people with just a BA?
I wil be continuing my education but in the mean time, what good paying job can you get with an A.G.E?