I am a current restaurant manager who works the typical 50 hrs/week with no set schedule. I am interested in getting my associate's degree in business and just looking for some folks that have done this before that can give me a little advice. Should I quit my current job and find one that gives me a set schedule? Etc.
I don't want to be in school for 8 years but I want something with depth that can get me a good pay and fast. I have an Associate's degree and am currently a restaurant manager. The reason I posed this question was because I am working a tough 65+ hour schedule (including weekends and late nights) and I want something with better hours but high pay as well.
I want to go back to college and major in Computer Information Systems. I already have an associates degree in MIS but that was 10 years ago. I also did websites back then but things changed when I got a job in a completely different field. I have been a restaurant manager for the last few years but I really really need a change. What do you think?
Examples of jobs in this area include butchers,meat cutters, dieticians, food service directors, restaurant managers, chefs, etc.
The questions are:
1. What type of education do you need?
2.What type of training do you need?
3.What is the salary range?
4. What kind of hours do you work?
5.How do you like your job?
6.What future trends do you see that will affect your job in the future?
Please tell me all the jobs i can get by taking up home science.What are the qualification required and the salary?.Can u get any jobs outside of india?
I will be graduating from my community college in may with my ASB (Associates in the Science of Business) in General Business. I will be moving in may as well, and I am wondering what jobs I should apply for there. I think need to start applying now, do you think I need a resume too?
The only skill I really have is music. I've been a manager for a few years but I dont want to try and do that and go to school full time. I would like something where I could study on the job. Something low stress. Something that offers good health insurance. I will have an associates degree in math or music or english (my choice after I finish spanish) in the summer. What do you think?
I have one next Thursday and I'm really nervous- it'll be my first interview ever. Do I sit around with a bunch of other people wanting the job and answer questions? Do a bunch of employees ask me questions?
I want to know what to expect if possible. Also, are there any tips I should know? Thanks!
Im not stopping at the associates, right after im going for the Bachelors but i work at a fast food restaurant. So will i move up in a position or what kind of job will I be able to do while I work on my Bachelors.
I was planing to join community collage for associate degree in management.But before going into it i just want to know what is the future of it in this market .Is it really worth doing.
Thanks in advance.
Im curious. what are some of the major job i can get with a associates degree in business administration and what is the salary like.
I have a great job right now hostessing but I have a bit of a stalker issue so I have to switch.
I recently turned seventeen and I know a lot of places (Earthbound, haha) require you to be eighteen. Is Freebirds' one of those places?
I have a resume and I keep it updated. I have a Bachelors in Management and an Associate in Accounting. Ten years ago, I owned my own delivery service and prior to that I managed a temporary nursing service. I was also a restaurant manager for more than a decade. What else can I do to get a permanent job, since I am not interested in going back to school?
Would I need a resume, go do an interview, what sort of things should I prepare for? I am a year over the minimum working age and looking at a job at a restaurant or store.
Ok so I am planning on going to the mall tomorrow to apply for a few jobs and put resumes in. There are a couple of places I know of that are for sure hiring but would it be okay to even apply anywhere else that I would like to work even if they have not advertised to hire? Or would that just be a waste of time? What about restaurants?
I'd like either a hostess job or a sales associate job
I am getting my associates degree in June and In July/August, I will have my EMT license. EMT's make diddly squat, so I am wondering what else can I do? I get married in August and my husband and I want to have kids within 3 years of getting married.
Also getting a bachelors degree is too costly. Luckly my hubby to be has a good job, but what can I do?
Im getting an associates degree in hotel and restaurant management and i just want to know what pay should i expect for this job in charlotte nc
I work for a restaurant that illegally operates without workers compensation insurance in CA. I was recently hurt on the job and wanted to get medical condition and my manager pleaded with me not to go. I found out that one of the reasons why is because they don't have workers compensation insurance which is required by california law.
I have an Associate's Degree in General Studies, with a concentration in Health Science.
I'm a supervisor at a movie theater and have experience with customer service,cash, registers,deposits, counting stock, ordering stock, booking birthday parties over the phone, managing others, entering data onto a computer, and projection.
I have done other jobs, but this is my main job.
Other jobs were Hostessing at a restaurant, and unloading vehicles of household hazardous waste.
I know some medical terminology.
I have 2 years experience with a restaurant. 4 years experience in child care. No experience in retail. I left my last job with 11.00 and hour, considering retail. Does anyone know how much places like Old Navy, Juicy Couture, Francesca's, Bath and Body works, Victoria Secret pay? I'm scared on the big pay cut but I LOVE fashion, love making my own jewelry and hair Accessories. Hmm. Roughly how much do these places pay?