What are some jobs associated with independent concert venues and within entertainment companies that put on events like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza?
Please share anything you know. Duties of different positions, schooling or degrees required, anything like that. I'm a business student and I'd like to research more into the entertainment industry.
(This article contains -spoilers- to the Shawshank Redemption for metaphorical purposes.)
In the Shawshank Redemption, Andy Dufresne crawls through a mile of sewage to escape to his freedom.
When I look for work, I have this idea of a job that would make me feel like Andy, when he finally emerges from the sewer. However in reality, all of the jobs that I have been applying for feel like the endless pieces of fecal matter that poor Mr Dufresne must have encountered during his trial.
I am currently applying to do a PGCE, but I have no desire to become a teacher. Its the job that i would choose if i were a robot and did not care what job i'd do; its just another t**d in Andy's sewer. The only reason that I'm doing it is because the UK is in a triple dip recession and I cannot afford to do nothing at the moment.
When I went to University they told me that if you have a physics degree you will easily get a job.
Where are these jobs that they speak of?
How do I find roles that will definitely hire physics graduates?
I'm not expecting the job of my dreams, but how do I find a Job that will make me feel like Andy?
I did my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and now started M.Sc in a Top German university. But honestly I was never that much interested in studies, I only studied because my parents forced me to and also so that it can help me in finding jobs and jobs are a real scarcity in countries like my own(I'm from Bangladesh). After years of studying without much of personal interest, I now feel mentally tired and sick. I already do a Research Assistant job at a good company besides my studies which I managed to get because of my B.Sc degree. But I don't love it. These days my dislike of life makes me so sad that I'd rather sleep forever under the soil if I didn't love my parents so much. I feel so much trapped, I feel like I'm tortured every moment.
I'd really like to do something which I love to do and which will also give me enough money to live a decent life. Could you guys suggest me what I can do? I'm not sure what I'm really best at, if only someone could identify that for me I'd be so grateful. Help me! Say me how I should approach this personal crisis?
* I always liked teaching maths and English kids of age ranging age (12-18). 3-4 years ago I used to work individual tutors as a part time.
* I think I could love Sports Journalism. I really love Soccer, I am understand the tactics and mechanism of Soccer and Soccer industry pretty well. I like writing article on sports and history of sports. I carefully observe the matches and listen to commentary and even sometimes take part in phone ins to discuss football. I'd have liked to try Journalism a profession but I think nowadays it takes a Journalism degree to get such jobs.
@MavistheMaven Here I have added some more details to my question. I don't think I'd like Engineering as a profession. I'm never passionate about Engineering and on top of that when you have so much stress on something you are not passionate about I hardly think you can enjoy that.
I'm a 23/m and not happy with my current position as far as a career. I'm wondering what good jobs are there with a 2 year degree? Any help or ideas would be a big help. Thank everyone and Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all.
I have an interview next week to a job in UK while i don't live there, so I want to know the suitable salary which I can negotiate for.
This question is for my research paper. I need to know what jobs women are not allowed to pursue such as being in the front-line in war. Same goes for men, what jobs are they not allowed?
Note: this question pertains to jobs in America meaning please do not give me a job in a different country other than America
I would like a job that involves as little social interaction as possible.
I do enjoy working on computers. Are there any computer jobs that don't require previous job experience?
I need some cash, and I don't want to sit on my rear all day playing video games...
I have an assignment that I need to bring in job as about Occupational Therapy. I need to be able to find a job that it's title is not specifically Occupational Therapy. In other words... I need to know, what can an Occupational Therapist/assistant do other than working as an OT/OTA?
I would like to start a career at Google, and I seriously composed a 15 page report on how to do it.
The only thing I'm not sure on is: can I get in working on computers with an Electrical Engineering degree with a computer hardware focus, or do I need a Computer Engineering degree?
I'm really neither interested in working on power systems, nor do I want to sit in front of a computer 8 hours either. I'm trying to find a harmonious balance between computer software/hardware.
So, Electrical/Computer Engineering?
I was chosen to pick a topic for debate for an English class, and I decided on whether or not switching to electricity based automobiles would be a smart thing to do if we had the option. I have to include such factors as economy, jobs that could be lost with the loss of oil companies, impact on the environment, etc. Any online sources would be greatly appreciated.
Also definitely gonna give a best answer to someone who answers, so please help!
What jobs can get me started on being an engineer?
I'm also willing to take short college courses, if any.
For example, if you wanted to be a doctor when you grew up and you were 16, you could train to be a certified nursing assistant and get a job as a CNA.
Are there any types of jobs like that for a 16 year old future engineer?
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
A friend of minds told me that an Associates degree is useless to get a job and not worth anything but I have an Associates degree in Animal science, so what should I do? Are Associates degree really worthless?
Sorry I spelled mine wrong.
Ok so i'm 13 years old pretty tall so i look like a 15 year old, anyway i wanted so casual work over the school holidays to earn some money, my friend shes 13 too and has a job at a bike store for school holidays. so i was wondering what age do i have to be.
I'm not really looking for one answer, but maybe suggestions. Pretty much I love music and movies, and I want to get involved with them. I don't want answers like, "be in a band!" or "be an actor!" because I'm not outgoing or talented enough for that. What jobs are behind the scenes? Maybe a little technical? Thank you =)
One that will get you a well paying job (40-60K) but one that isn't too stressful.
He has no significant work experience.
But has fairly good grades and volunteer activities.
He speaks excellent english as well.
My husband is a Diploma in Electrical and Electronical Engg and Post Diploma in Thermal Power Plant Engg he is having experience in Semi Conductor field for 4 years I am a graduate in Physics and Master Degree in Computer Applications I have 5 years experience in Personal Assistant field since i am very much interested in that field. WHAT ARE THE JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR BOTH OF US ABROAD with family visa. Please Help!!!!
Kindly suggest how yo make online tutorials.I am working on Windows Platform.I need to apply for a job where i need to build online tutorials for students..
I am an Electrical Engineering graduate and comfortable in working with windows.
I am 23 and don't want to waste too much time in college, in my local college they do apprenticeships for various things and i want to do what i mentioned in the question. There are literally no jobs where i live just a few minimum wage jobs and i have been unemployed for over a year because there are so many people applying for even the worst jobs in my area. i don't want to go to college and come out afterwards with no job because then i will be older and wasted more time.