My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I am very interested in the subjects of history and geography, and I was just wondering, what are some careers that involve them, besides a history teacher?
Is a career as a network technician/administrator a good option or is this computer career being outsourced? Are there jobs available in this field? And is it potential to become independent contractor?
I was wandering because im really struggling in some of my classes and i have a grant but i dont know if there gonna let me keep that money im really seriously thinking about just taking my basics then finding a decent job about 60,000 a year any ideas?
I'll graduate high school soon and i don't have a clue as to what I want to do in life in terms of a job.I'm good at geography so i want to go into that field of study. Help much appreciated
Keep in mind the type of labor that men do, compared to the type of labor women do.
And what job?
besides being a history teacher?
I like things like Ancient Greece,Rome,Byzantine,Mesopotamia anything ancient....Alexander the Great is my absolute favorite thing in history
what good jobs could I do
I'm making a career decision, and I was just wondering if a Computer Support Specialist can be outsourced, or if it is often outsourced. I am aware that the job growth for this career is pretty good, but I want to know if it is even worth going into as opposed to being a PC Technician.
Oh right. I meant off-shoring. THANKS! :D
I might be answering this, but i love working on computers so much. I even had to help the business that I work at. They and everyone else I know. They give me high remarks. I'm also currently looking for new job because pays crap
Okay so im going to be a civil engineering apprentice in the air force and was wondering if the duties involved would set me up for a six figure paying job
here is the description
You will perform duties as an engineering technician, requiring knowledge and applications of algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Your duties will include construction surveying using conventional, Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and automated survey instruments for military construction to include project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, road construction and building and utilities layout surveys. Conventional and computer-aided drafting (CAD) will include applied engineering graphics; architectural, structural and roadway drawings; materials estimating; and map overlays. Develop, operate and maintain Geographic Information System (GIS) modules. Evaluate potential construction sites and perform field tests on soils, asphalt and concrete. Manage and inspect construction and maintenance contracts. Transform ideas, rough sketches, specifications and calculations into complete and accurate construction drawings and specifications
i was thinking with the responsibilities i could do something with construction cost estimating which i looked at civilian job salaries and it varied from 80 to 190k
or maybe a construction superintendent
and also i will have had a degree in construction technology from the community college of the air force
Im thinking of switching my major to this.
When you decided to major in geography, what made You want to major in geography (or a similar field) and what were your career goals at the time? What do you do as a job/career now?
Thanks for the insight!
What does the job entale?, and why do they get bad mouthed all the time??
I was wondering, if I were to become a geologist, would it be easy to find a job in the lab instead of the field?
What kind of tasks/duties will I be doing if I work in the lab as a geologist?
And finally, how great is the salary difference between a field job, a lab job, and an office job?
Thank you for answering =)
Im graduating High School soon, I specialed in being an architectural draftsman. i looked up the jobs and saw there was a specialized job as a draftsman seperate from the normal jobs and was woundering if that was any different than being a builder or steelworker etc. i was also on ADD meds begining of the school year so i have to wait till after september to join which gives me soon time to get in shape and was woundering how fit you have to be and what you have to be able to pass? im 6'4" 210lb
also what are the basic training requirements for an 18 yr old male?
What are the differences other than the obvious? if you can land a good job out of of college is the national guard a good gig? i'm working on my degree in geography with a concentration in GIS. (GIS jobs typically pay about $55k~85k depending on where you work, exp,etc.)
basically i'd make more money if i went the guard route, but would not experience that full army life.however could still get deployed and i guess that counts. but active guard for officers are like...less than 1?r something. and in active i'd get the whole experience. i want help choosing now because if i know i want to go national guard i can get a scholarship at this time. if i really want to go active, then i need to compete with the other cadets for an active slot, and especially an MI branch slot. for NG, i just have to find an MI unit and have them accept me.
also, if i want to do something specific with MI (imagery) should i pick just any MI unit or the one that deals with battlefield surveillance? i ask because someone told me it doesn't matter what you pick specifically, as long as it's in the Military Intelligence branch, because you're an officer you don't really get to pick what job in the branch you want, and you dont do much of the technical stuff anyway. is that true?
Bo jangles, what did you branch in? I didn't know the engineer branch used it more than MI. and I can see how field artillery would use it (always has been a lingering choice), but would I be doing much of it as an field artillery OFFICER? I'd really like to get good job training to further my career later on in life.
MAJ kev, yes that does seem to be the determining question right there. what is most important. I was just wondering because of the two MI units here. The one I'm currently drilling with is a linguistics one that deals with interpreters, translators, counter-intelligence, interrogation, and signals intelligence. and then the one in southern california is listed as battlefield surveillance brigade that deals with interrogation, counterint, and long range surveillance. But after reading bo jangles answer i might consider a different branch altogether.
***----> Do I need to have an engineering degree to get into the engineering branch as an officer?
Im about to start a degree in geology in a college in Australia . Its a 3 year bachelor degree in science. And Im also going to do my masters in Geology and hopefully to my phd in the far future. Is a 3 year degree enough to become a geologist or do I need to do another year after that (honors)?
And I'm also planning on going back to America to do my masters (i was there before and i went to high school there in chicago)
And what kind of jobs are available for me with a masters degree and what is the average salary or starting salary?
(and i dont want to be a teacher or lecturer) i would love to go into paleontology, but i heard there isnt much money in that.