I have worked at a retail bank as a financial specialist and am interested in working for a hedge fund. I have a 4 year BA degree but in english, not anything finance related. I have 4 years in retail banking and am wondering how I can get into a hedge fund. I have been applying at wirehouses to get licensed but am clueless as to how to get to where I need to be.
I graduated from college with a bachelors of mathematics in spring of 06 and last year I taught as a high school teacher. I want to explore other career options but I am having trouble finding the right fit. I do not have a drivers lisencse so a job requireing internal travel is not an option for me at this point. Where can I go to find jobs with so little experience, no driving experience, a bachelors in math, and decent enough pay to make a living. (I am thinking about 35k a year or more).
What kinds of jobs are available for those with a Masters in Human Resources? Also what kind of wage can be associated with the positions? Is there a better region of the country to look in for a well paying Human Resources position?
I recently applied for a Fraud Specialist 1 position at Wells Fargo Bank. I would like to know what is appropriate to ask for in terms of compensation. I have previous experience ( 1 year) with WF in a similar field. I looked at the job description on the companys' website and it stated that $20,100 was the minimum and $26,000 was the midpoint. Should I stay within this range? Any suggestions?
Who can do the job of the other and who is paid more, and who has the higher job grade?
What is the process of getting a job in Human Resources? Do you need a degree?
I'm very interested in the justice system, and was wondering what all the jobs that have to do with it are. I've been very interested in becoming a guardian ad litem, but from my reading I've discovered that most of the time there is rarely any compensation and volunteers are more likely to be used. Thanks!
I am a veteran and my compensation claim is in the final rating stage. Currently I'm a quality assurance specialist that is contracted by the VA, but I want a government job. Is it competitive? how about if I got a 30?ating and the National Defense Medal.
I know it's best to get a Masters in HR management or Business Administration. I want to know what entry level experience do I need? I want to specialize in benefits/compensation in the HR Office. Payroll? Bookkeeping? Idk what entry level job
would give me the experience I need in HR.
I have a degree in human resources management and I'm trying to get a job in the field. Currently I work for the governement. I'm interested to know what the primary functions you perform are and whether or not you plan to pursue higher level positions like HR manager or Director. Thanks!
I just became interested in a career in public relations. I'd like to know how long does it take to recive a degree in public relations or journalism?? which of the two I'd better off taking? Approximately the yearly earn of a pr specialist & also the basics of the job... Thanks!
I really am interested in becoming a Mam Specialist. I read the description, and it seems like a really interesting job. My question is this: How Much Do They Get Paid?
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.
I have a $7/hr job that I can work 8 hrs/week - but I need a little more than 900 dollars a semester - more like 600 after taxes - to travel europe next summer while I'm spending close to 1000 dollars a week
I am a Vietnam vet (and many others) that were exposed to Agent Orange, that still have claims in limbo related to health benefits & compensation from this exposure. It's not just Vietnam vets it is all vets that get the long "run around" and many obstacles encountered with the VA.
I suffered a minor back injury at my previous job, and was denied worker's compensation. I ended up resigning because I couldn't fulfill my boss's orders without causing further injury. I was sent by my previous boss, the day of injury, to a spine specialist and placed on limited duty. After receiving a letter of denial from the worker's comp agency, I called the specialist's office to get an appointment to be "released." The next available appointment isn't for a month and I really would like to start work at a new agency. I feel completely healed. Any ideas on whether or not this is legal to do so?
Hi, my profesor assigned us a homework that involves getting information about people with the similar majors, and see what job they have, and what do they do in that job.
I was in a car accident a little over a year ago, I had a pre existing back problem that was retriggered, I have been through physical therapy, injections and a back brace. My orthopedic specialist informed me that surgery would be my best option. I am alittle apprehensive, but I am tired of being in pain. Can anyone tell me what to expect after surgery? What kind of lawsuit do I have? I was rear-ended on my way home from work in a construction zone.
I have a job interview next Tuesday and was wondering what salary range I should ask for if they ask me. The position is called a Communications and Systems Support Specialist and it is an entry-mid level position. The company is fairly large.
I have already done research and I found contradicting studies over healthcare; some say that it is a booming field and has great job security and others will say that specific jobs are very difficult and require a Master's to get into.
My interest in this degree is to improve the healthcare community and make hospitals more efficient, but I also am interested in making a good salary (at least $60,000/year) after working for five years so I can support a family and have a home.