What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
Right now my focus is Human Resource Management for my Business degree but I was wondering if I should pick a different major. I would love a job somewhere in education maybe as a principal, or maybe a government job since I was in the military. Accounting is just too much math for me. Will I be able to find any good jobs with a Human Resource degree in the NY area or should I change?
I'm wondering if it's worth mentioning, or would be problematic for not mentioning my first job. I was in High School and worked at a Quiznos. Didn't get fired or quit for anything stupid. The place just went out of business eventually, but anywho. Is it worth mentioning this? I worked there for about a year.
Currently, we have job levels 1, 2, 3, Lead, and Principal. What can we use to add on to our levels? We do not want to use expert nor consultant.
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.
I am considering this as a career, and I am curious what the job duties are and whether it is a rewarding job.
I'm planning on quitting my job early in 2007. I am fully vested in my employer's 401k plan and am entitled to a match of 3?f my salary for 2006. Typically, my employer deposits the full match in April of the following year (2007, in this case). If I quit before the money is deposited, am I still entitled to the match since it was fully accrued at the end of 2006? I've seen a lot of information regarding the vesting itself, but nothing in reference to the logistics around the timing of the payout.
I really want to help these children and i want a job that pays good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A 2009 study by the Brookings Institution found that between 1998 and 2006, jobs shifted away from the center and to the periphery in 95 out of 98 leading metropolitan regions—from Dallas and Los Angeles to Chicago and Seattle. Walter Siembab, a planning consultant, calls the process of creating sustainable work environments on the urban periphery “smart sprawl.” Super-fuel-efficient cars of the future are likely tospur smart sprawl. They may be a more reasonable way to meet environmental needs than shifting back to the mass-transit-based models of the industrial age; just 5 percent of the U.S. population uses mass transit on a daily basis.
I am a consultant means i admit the boys to the colleges by taking donation as per their needs AND i also admit the people to jobs as per their need all to be meant to say that i take money from the people as donation and give admission and jobs. donation taken from the people is given to the institute where he want admission or job but keep a little part of it as profit. the all word are done guaranteed pure and safely. is this work is bad\wrong please suggest me.
And then dont have the money to pay off the balance at the end of the 25yrs, does the bank just take back your house?
Im not planning on doing it, i just wonderd how it worked...
I have an interest only mortgage, and just wanted to no what happens if you cant pay the full amount at the end of the 25yrs
i was wondering are job,work,career,occupation the same or diffrent?
and can u please give me diffinition of them
I'm looking at the salary rates of clinical psychologists and wondering how many years of work does it take to be considered 'Experienced' and how long does it tke to be considered as a 'Senior'?
I heard that although architects earn around 50k or 60k per year, they get big money on contracts (like 300k per contract) and they can do around 3 per year. (so that's like almost 1 million per year).
is that right?
If architects only get 50k per year, why are they seen at the same level as lawyers and doctors who earn much more?
Does anyone have any info on how to become a tech support phone person? Like working for a computer company or software company. Thanks for any input.
What is your job in the boating/marine world?
Have you always worked in the boating business ?
What was your degree in college? and what was your 1st job in the marine industry?
How has the economy's state put a damper in your business or job ?
Also are you supporting a family or just yourself or just you and your spouse?
Can anyone recommend some good careers working with people with developmental delays, espeacially autism or spectrum disorders. I am really interested in the behavioral aspect of it but would be happy doing any job. I am really looking for something that only requires 2-4 years of college with the option to go back later on . Thanks.
Like if you apply for "Salem District School", do they assign a school for that district or do you choose the available openings for each school within the district?
I have heard of people and have seen directors that supposedly make a ton of cash but I just don't see how from selling makeup. I am not puting it down. Just tell me how to make money at it because it sure seems like it would beat a desk job plus I could be with my kids more.