I have had a history of job jumping. I have never been employed longer than 8 mths. Now I have been out of work for 3 years because of my trying to get well due to my major depression. I have a Vocational rehabilitation counselor and a employment specialist. But no one wants to look any further than my resume. I have experience in material handling(forklift certified). History of shipping/receiving and distribution 5 years worth. I have a family to take care of and I am desperate to fix this. But how and who?
I'm planning on majoring in healthcare administration. What kind of jobs would that be? Or would anyone know the starting pay for a healthcare administrator?
In brisbane there are a number of them.
Some use to specialist in one type of disability but now that can't be done.
I see so many advertisements for truck driving schools and wonder which ones are good and which should I avoid? They want so much money just to get an entry level job and you have to have the cdl to get one. I can't afford making any mistakes with this economy.
I've recently moved to Atlanta and have a bachelor degree in psychology. I've been stuck working a receptionist job for the last 3 1/2 months. I'm trying to find a job in my field, I've looked everywhere at least I think I have. I want something in mental health, or adolescent detention center. Im really considering moving because I need another job that can pay my bills and my student loans. I plan on going to graduate school next year fall. but I cant start until I find a job. any advice? please help.
It seems my mother has paranoid delusions of people out to get her and a few more little things that effect her daily. If someone has a social disorder like schizophrenia or a social anxiety, where could they work and what kind of support system will they probably need? Any site information could be helpful in getting her closer to a healthier living.
Are these people really that stupid and heartless?
Is there like a website where I can check all this?
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 am majoring in that career field.. i am planning to get my BA at UC Davis... will this be enough to live comfortable or will i need to get a masters or a PhD?
My husband was hurt at work in July 2012. He pushed a button to shut a garage door and the cable snapped, wrapped around his wrist and he wasn't even hardly able to lift a toothbrush. He's a heavy duty mechanic. He went to the clinic and filed workers comp. claim. He was told at clinic, take motrin for a few days and come back if it still hurts. He went back, and they said he would have to be referred to another dr. from the workers comp list. That appointment took two weeks to get, and they gave him a steroid shot, which did not help, and then was referred to a specialist. Another wait for the hand specialist who then sent him to physical therapy for two weeks, and when that didn't help, recommended surgery. Surgery took place in November 2012 and a screw was put in. After surgery, more physical therapy which lasted until February early March. The hand specialist then sent him for a functional capacity evaluation. That evaluation stated he could not do the essential functions of his job, and hand specialist released him back to work with permanent work restrictions and stated he was ratable. He had appointment last week with the State's rating Dr. from the rotating list. In the meantime, his job has informed him that since he can not do the essential functions of his job, he can no longer be a mechanic and they will look for other positions for 30 days, but that he should start preparing for termination of his employment as a medical separation. He has also met with the vocational rehabilitation people (which took place before the rating Dr. appointment. If he is indeed terminated, can he collect workers compensation benefits during the voc rehab? Can he collect unemployment benefits while collecting workers compensation benefits? Do we need an attorney? Some of our friends say no, other things I read say yes. Should he seek disability through Social Security? He is eligible for a disability retirement through his job but has only been there 6 years so he has worked in a position covered by social security within the last 10 years. This is in NV.
What can you do with a Bachelors degree in Psychology?
And what can you do with a Doctorate Degree in Psychology?
Please answer both questions.
How many years of college does it take to be a licensed clinical psychologist? at what age to they usually start their internship? do they get paid while they are doing their internship?
Any good paying jobs?
Preferably bugs such as Wood Beetles, Millipedes, Centipedes, Ants, Bees, and stuff?
I like studying bugs and observing them.
If so, how many years of schooling do I need to get them?
And does it pay well, and what is the demand is that area?
What about archaeology?
How many years of schooling for that?
I love history and old stuff.
I love working with kids and kids with special needs kids.
Out of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesist, Family Nurse Practitioner, Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner, or an Occupational Therapist. In your own opinion, of course if you know about the fields, which do you think is a better career and why? I would like to know the pros, cons, good, bad, ups, downs, all of your thoughs on the careers. Any helpful feedback would be appreciated.
One career I was considering after college was behavioral scientist at the FBI, or even special agent? Do they have any programs at the FBI that help disabled vets get hired there? If I decided to become a special agent, what would be required for me to get accepted? I am still mostly in good health, and can still run and do heavy physical activity, I just have a few minor injuries and chronic migranes.
I am 26 yrs old with a BS degree in psychology. I am now halfway through an associates program for my RN, am very stressed out and have doubts about this career path. I know many disillusioned RN's. I want a pleasant but fulfilling career in which I can make decent money. Any suggestions??
Without going on for an advanced degree and/or a 'supplemental' degree.