I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Im a biology major and i haven't graduated yet, but i was just wondering what type of jobs i could get. My focus is agriculture and ecology because i don't want to do medicine. Where could i possibly work?
if you must know, i like biology. it interests me and excites me. that's why i chose it as a major.
I like zoology but it seems to be a dead end; with the shotage of jobs in that area, same with astronomy. Business seems realistic to get a degree in but a lot of small businesses fail, quantum physics is something i'm very interested in but i'm not all that great at math, so it seems unrealistic. What should I go for? Oh, and I do know a business I would like to start.
Ok, so i live in the UK and i'm currently in my first year of AS and it's about that time i need to start thinking about my future. First of all, i am unsure of what degree to do. Currently my ideal job would be something that would involve working with animals however i do tend to change my mind a lot. My first question is should i do i general biology degree or something more specific such as zoology?
I have done some research into working with animals but i haven't got very far. I know that these kinds of jobs don't tend to offer very high pay. So i was wondering what the best sort of career would be if i wanted to work with animals and also what sort of career working with animals would give offer a higher salary than the others. Also, what other careers would be available to me with my biology degree that could also be interesting and offer a lot of pay?
Should I do Biology or zoology?
What hands on careers are there with animals?
What careers with animals get paid a lot?
What other careers are there in biology that are interesting and have high pay?
Thank you to anyone who takes the time to help :)
I'm currently working on my B.S. in clinical laboratory science. I like to work in a lab and run tests and dislike working with the general public. Should I change my major to something else? How is the pay? the hours?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I'm adding this to Vickey's question below.
If you're a foreigner who IS fluent at Japanese and willing to learn technical terms in Japanese, then are some of the following professions open to you?
1. Doctor (after a few more years studying Japanese terminology and other stuff for the Japanese medical licence, of course)
2. Laboratory-based researcher
3. University lecturer (there are lots of foreign lecturers here in England, many of whom speak English worse than I speak Japanese)
5. Sales manager
6. Interior designer
7. Public accountant
In other words, all those jobs that:
- Are classified as "professional",
- Require at least a Master's degree (e.g. MBA) or professonal degree (e.g. for Medicine or Architecture)
- Pay well and require lots of thinking.
These sorts of professions.
Are they open to foreigners skilled in Japanese, like they are open in the UK to highly-educated foreigners who speak English?
Or, how about engineer or technician in one of the giants like Hitachi, Panasonic, and Mitsubishi Denki?
Haha... I could get first grade ++ on the Kanji proficiency test if I try hard. Hey, I'm Chinese, I use more kanji than you *wink wink* (But yeah, we use some different ones, so that's why I'll have to study ^_~)
I have 2 majors, biomedical science ( bachelor degree) and clinical lab science (associate degree). When I looked for a job , they require master, too so what major. Sould I chose to be a manager in the labs of hospital? Or should I just continue to study lab science in the master? Thank u so much from now....
It is a joint honours degree that I am studying, and I am very interested in working in a medical environment, however I would prefer to gain more qualifications whilst working instead of being in full time education. I would also be interested to know which types jobs I would be able to do without continuing any further education.
It is a joint honours degree that I am studying, and I am very interested in working in a medical environment. After finishing my degree, I would prefer to gain more qualifications whilst working instead of being in full time education again doing another course. I would also be interested to know which types jobs I would be able to do without continuing any further education after i have graduated.
I will be getting an associates degree in animal science for now, what kind of jobs can i work with?
Hey I was wondering if anyone could help me out here. So basically I am student currently attending The Ohio State University majoring in biochemistry and continuing on into the medical field after college. I was wondering if there are any jobs related to the medical field whether it be in an hospital or anything else that I could apply for?
Obviously most serious research jobs are out without more education, but I'd like more options. Teaching (elementary or high school) is the only one I could think of. Thanks.
I am currently considering going into this field and I was wondering if there are any clinical laboratory scientists out there to answer some of my questions.
First, what does the future hold for clinical laboratory scientists?
Will CLS be in demand in the next 20 years?
For those who are currently Clinical Laboratory Scientists, do you regret going into this field?
What are the pros and cons in working as a CLS?
I’ve heard you can specialize in a much more specific portion of CLS like hematology, microbiology, cytology, etc.. If so what is the most sought after specialty by companies/hospitals?
What was your starting salary?
And what does your salary look like now after x months/years of experience?
Can a current clinical laboratory scientist please answer these questions for me? I’d be eternally grateful if you could take the time to answer these questions.
Hi I am currently in school for my 2 year degree for vet technition but I am considering after I obtain my degree to go for my 4 year degree which would be a vet technologist. I would like to know what is the difference between the two work wise, I am not thinking financially so I just want to know what they do on the job. Thank you for your time.
I am 14 and when I grow up I want to be a forensic scientist. I've heard they get paid 20-30 grand and my mom said that's bullsh*t because she gets paid that and she works at burger king as the general manager. I want to know how much they get paid for each case and every week. No rude comments, thanks.
I'm not going to go on and on about what's going on. I work a sun tan city. We're the top salon in our state, but the drama there is unbelievable. My manager and all the employees lie, talk about each other, and are extremely catty. It's dog it dog because we work on commission on top of minimum wage.
I just started 2 months ago, and nobody will teach me how to sell lotions. Because, they want good sells and if they teach me...they will lose clients. So, I'm basically researching and teaching myself everything I can find about tanning.
The drama is really upsetting me. The girls are saying and doing mean things behind my back. I'm married and have a family and don't want to get pulled in to this drama.
I always work with 1 to 3 people. How can stay out of the drama? I can trust nobody there. So, how to stay out of the drama and because a good salesperson and employee?
I need help finding positions, specifically research and science type jobs, for a chemical factory/plant. I'm looking for a part for a character in a story I'm making who is a chemist/alchemist.
I'm going to college in a couple of years and I really want a job description of a Pediatric Oncology Nurse.
I was always told that an associate's degree is equivalant to a high school diploma. and usually diplomas cant get you any good paying occupations. i am too lazy to study and get a bachelor's degree from college, i dont even know what major i want to do. when i look through the newspaper ad, many jobs require at least an associates degree and couple years of experience. i dont have experience or anything, i dont know where to start. can someone tell me what kind of job i can get with an associate degree with no experience? and what is the pay for each.
I love computers but they are outsourcing a lot of jobs out of the country. Yet the healthcare field is booming. Is there a career that combines these 2 fields that would be resistant to outsourcing?