I'm studying and researching about government contracting and everything about it. But it's a long term plan. Within these years what are the jobs that I should look for and relate best to this long term plan?
What schooling is required? Most jobs that I see advertised requires training how is one to get training, is an internship acceptable? What is your typical day like? What is the average salary? This is a position that I have been researching and I am very much interested but it seems very hard to get into that position.
I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
The part time experience is within the restaurant industry for two months until getting fired, temporary government work for 3 months, several unpaid internships that never led to anywhere, and only being offered volunteer work so something is on the resume while loathing in self-pity, reading books only to realize the planet is completely screwed, there is no hope, and killing self is equally dumb option.
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
I just scored a 81 on the ASVAB and was deemed excellent health on my physical exam. Well I need to pick a job but I dont know what to do. I'm really good at painting and drawing. Do you know what is available for me?
Oh btw, I'm a senior in HS. I'm in the delay entry program and will get a job once it's open for me. I just may not know which one I can be happy with using my talent for.
What does the job entail, will it transfer to a civilian job and which one, will I be able to get a job that can take care of me once out with this skill?
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 have to do some research on the problems Poland is facing in terms of environment, economy, health care, government, etc. Are there any social issues too? Are there any rampant crimes? Anything controversial?
I graduated in 2003 with a BA in History. I didn't have any luck getting a job in the history field after college, and now I'm 2/3 done with my MA in Military History, which I will finish in August--although I won't get my diploma until December. I want to work at a museum or do historical research, but so many jobs require experience. I've got education but don't have any work experience in the history field, and I can't just volunteer because I need to pay the bills somehow.
I live in Alaska and want to move back to the Lower 48, but I need to get a job before I move, and it needs to be in late August or early September so I can move before winter comes.
Does anyone have some good advice for me? If you work in the history field, I'd especially like to hear from you.
Thanks for your answers so far--keep them coming! I didn't do internships before because I didn't know right away after college what I wanted to do. I've applied for a couple internships, but I don't know if I'll get them since so many internships actually want people to have experience. I'm not good in front of people, so I'm not really interested in teaching. I'm the type of person who likes to work behind the scenes.
Oh, in response to the other answer--about going into the military. I'm not interested in joining the military, although I definitely support our troops. I'm more interested in the history aspect. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
I am in my final year of law school and graduate in May 2012. I want to work for the federal government not necessarily as a lawyer but as a contract specialist or something like that. I have heard that in most cases the hiring process is a very long one. When should I start applying for such jobs on USAjobs.com?
Thanks in advance for your help!
I am a very small woman (about 120 lbs) and I LOVE learning about crime but I do not want to be a police officer or security guard because I would not feel safe. What kind of jobs can I get with this degree that I won't have to do too much physical stuff?
Enough has been said by the Republican Party regarding the 'trickle-down" economic theory. Why not ask big business as well as the wealthy entrepreneur to put promises of job creation into practice, then reward them for it with tax breaks?
I DO NOT want a video of how it is cause I already seen it. I'm very interested in working with animals because I'm an animal lover. To my understanding I hear that this MOS is very hard to find and that you can be stationed on basically any military base. How's the living and daily job? I would really appreciate if someone get in contact with me whoever done this before.
It's at a university in the evening and it's a year's worth of credits. I already have an economics degree but I don't have a good job. I notice that the GIS jobs with local governments are well-paid and that there is supposed to be an increasing demand for specialists. Does it involve a lot of programming? Would it be hard to do?
I was thinking it would be nice to work behind the scenes in a museum, but I would be poor. I'm a quiet person, so teaching doesn't appeal to me. And the government side of social studies bores me to tears. I just like history. Besides making a giant important discovery or writing amazing essays all the time, what job could I get?
Im a master at arms in the navy right now and when i get out i would like to know if i can get a good decent paying civilian job after my 5 year contract is up, thanks!
I want to get a new job in IT and while I have some knowledge of Reporting systems such as Business Objects I need to know what skills I need to learn to quickly get a new job.
Very interested in joining the navy after college. I'm graduating with degrees in biology and sustainability and am exploring this route through OCS. Any thoughts/advice would be greatly appreciated?
I will be graduating from college with a degree in Marketing and Media Management come this fall and I would like to know what my options are as far as a (good paying/exciting) career.