I need some help choosing a major...
An Associate degree in Business and Office Administration and
Associates degree in Business Information Technology or Office Technology?
The BIT and OT are the same thing, right?
Are either of these good for an introvert personality?
For someone that wants to work like in a back office somewhere which one would be better?
Which one would have the more available job opportunities or job choices?
What are good jobs for introverts that you only have to have an Associates or less to get?
Currently as of now, I am taking Healthcare & Administration for an Associate Degree. Do I need only and Associate degree, or do I need to have a Bachelors to become a certified ultrasound technician. Or do I just need to have an associates in Healthcare, and then, get certified through a hospital with training to become an ultrasound tech? Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks for your time reading, and hope you can help me.
I majored in Business Administration when I was in college, but it turned out that my true interest in is computers. Is there a possibility how I can receive an IT related career with a Business Administration. If so, what all can I do?
Please help, someone with a A.S. in business. Because I'm trying to find out and bls.gov only tells what a person makes with a bachlors or masters. What types of jobs can i go for?
I'm planning on enrolling on UEI's Business Office Administration 8 month certificate program and would like to know if it's a good idea? I need a career fast.
How can I become a poice officer in the state of California? I plan on going to the university of Phoenix to get a bachelors degree in bachelor of science in criminal-justice administration or an associates of art in concentration of criminal justice. What do you guys think I'm 20 years old.
I love history but i am reluctant to make it my major because i am unsure if its a good career move...my current major is Business administration.
Do only vocational schools have that medical office admin degree? What degree would it be called if one were to go straight to a university? Last and finally least, those of you with this type of job that applies to the degree, do u like the occupation?
If I want to work as an entry-level IT associate at a university or business, what do I need? Should I complete an associate degree in the field or just complete a certification program? Thank you.
What kind of jobs if any can I get with an associates in sociology? I want to get a bachelors and that has been my plan the entire time I've been going to school but I'm so close to being done with my associates just two more math classes that's it. I just feel like giving up. So just curious what I can do with just an associates.
I don't want to be in school for 8 years but I want something with depth that can get me a good pay and fast. I have an Associate's degree and am currently a restaurant manager. The reason I posed this question was because I am working a tough 65+ hour schedule (including weekends and late nights) and I want something with better hours but high pay as well.
I'm joining the air in a couple months and I was wondering if I should go in as firefighter or avionics technician? I was talking to the recruiter and they were telling me that every d**n kid who comes into the recruiting office wants firefighting. So now I'm looking at avionics technician. Does anyone have info on these jobs in the air force?
I know you need to get about 120 hours of training,plus pass the test. BUT do different states have their own liscenses? I live in Texas and I have a family member in Utah who wants me to get liscensed and sell some property for them. How easy is this to do for a first time agent?
I am looking for a profession in the medical field that will only take a year or so to complete that pays decently. I would like to make a better life for myself, husband, and two children and don't want to spend a great deal of time in school.
I am interested in administration, but i was also wondering if there was anything else that may capture my interest.
Im graduating in 2011 with my BS in planning and was wondering what jobs are out there in the private sector? where are places that i can work with this degree? basically where can i get a job with this degree?
My bf is just now looking to attend a community college, would he be able to get a find a decent carreer with just this degree? What kind of jobs out of school with just an A.A.S. would he be looking at and what type of salary do these jobs pay? I know this is a broad question, but I really don't know what he could do with an associates. I know it would be best to attend a state school after this, but if he doesn't what would he be looking at? ANY advice on this would help! Thanks!
Obama, King of the Jews, Lord of all that the sun touches, spent $90billion of the stimulus money on green job training and tax breaks for green companies. How many green jobs has the Messiah saved or created with this money? I'll give you a hint, the number begins with a zero.
I want to attend community college but an Associates degree is not good for getting a job. Does Community college offer Bachelor's degree? I want to work in Animal care like a zoo or wildlife centers but I don't know if I can get any of those jobs with an Associates degree. What can I do?
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?
Preferably in healthcare. If so is it good enough or do I have to get my bachelors? I want to be a job recruiter like when you apply for a job I'm the one that says yes or no and etc. Or administration or whatever just something along those lines.