I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
Other then besides teacher? Any one here who actually works in such jobs that I can asks questions about?
Are suchs jobs availiable during bad economic times?
Links or proof please if no problem?
Reason I ask is so I can actually contact places that hire and be able to talk to some people who actual do this and hope for job shadowing.
I am very seriously considering studying criminology, but I want to see if the jobs that could potentially follow would be fitting for me. Any information on this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I am currently in college and don't know what I want to do in life. My current major is nursing but I am a nursing assistant and I know I do not want to become a nurse, despite the good job prospects. It is just not my thing. However, what are the prospects for someone with the above degrees? And what kind of jobs could I work with degrees in those fields?
Ok, but what about international studies?
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I'm planning to major in criminal justice and probably minor in forensic science/investigation. Are there any career positions that I could work with criminal justice degree without having to carry a gun? I also dont want to work as a lawyer or legal field related
I also want to know is it possible to get a job as a crime analyst, criminologist, or anything similar with criminal justice degree?
I know that there are probably many different ones out there, but I keep coming across the same 2 or 3. Could anyone give me a nice long list for me to research. Thanks
It got cut off?
I am really interested in the degree. I dont know much about it and since there are not many schools that offer the program, finding information is rather difficult. Any job that you know of would help a bunch, government or public.
Im in secondary school and Im very good at history ,I even got a History prise at the end of the year and i got the best gradees possible at my report card.Im wondering what good jobs need history.
I graduated 6 months ago and am working a construction job and various other odd jobs. Any advice?
I have been considering either medicine or engineering/physics. Medicine obviously helps people, but are there any jobs in physics that can help people or cause change in society?
I am a mathematical/scientific person. My best subject is math, and my favourite sciences in order are physics, chemistry, and last of all biology.
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
I'm in ROTC so I have to join the military when I'm out of college but if I ever decide to get out of the military what type of job can I get?
I am real interested in understand mental illnesses & was told to go into psychology. I am wondering if I got into the degree of psychology what career choices are involved & how long of school is it?
I have a Bachelors of Sociology for Pre-Law and I'm unsure about whether I want to spend another four years in Law school. I know that I won't earn as much money without the law degree, but are there any fulfilling careers out there in which I can use my degree?
I am currently in college, and can not see myself working anywhere else. I enjoy talking to all the different people I meet on a daily basis and just exploring my surroundings. What types of careers are available in a college setting other than a professor; possibly an advisor or student housing specialist or something similar. Furthermore, what type of education do I need to gain this type of position? Any help would be great!
Do most people who major in a language start in high school? I've been taking French on and off and I've lived there. I would say I understand it pretty well and can speak well, but writing essays about literature would be hard for me. Sometimes I think I would like to get a degree in it, but I think to be effective people usually take it non-stop.
I can graduate with a Business Administration major after two semesters, but I think it would be hard to find a decent job with this degree, especially in this economy. I can graduate with a major in either Finance or Accounting, if I take summer semester. So, do you guys think it's worth taking an extra semester to major in Finance or Accounting?
If yes, what is a better major in terms of finding a decent job?
What jobs can that give me?
Again, besides teaching at a school,(unless at a University i guess)