My preferred military job choices in order:
1st. Human Intelligence Collector or Analyst
2nd. Human Resources Information Systems Management Specialist
3rd. Pharmacy Specialist
Which military branches would most likely have each job available?
Which job would have more job opportunities and job security for me outside the military aka Civilian life?
For the last 4 months, I have submitted endless resumes to the online databases such as monster.com, careerbuilder.com, and HotJob.com. Also, applied online to large to mid size companies in the Baltimore, MD area from commerical to government jobs.
BS in Information Systems Management
5 years as a database analyst
2 years as a senior recruiter
As a senior recruiter, it's more of a sales job. I want more career growth and responsibility at this point. What else do I need to do to transition from recruiter to generalist? Thinking about going back to school to get a MS in Human Resource or a MBA with specialization in Human Resource. Also, which degree would be better and any recommendation for colleges/universities. If I was to do the MBA, I would go with Loyola College. For the MS in Human Resource, I would go with Towson University but their job placement center is not resourceful or able to deliver results. Need feedback. Thanks.
My college degree was in Business Administration.
Here are some of the classes that I took:
- Strategic Management & Business Policy
- Human Resources Management
- Consumer Behavior
- Financial Markets & Institutions
- Problems in Financial Management
- Analysis of the Financial Statement
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
I am a recent graduate with a bachelors in business and technology management. I have been looking for work for the past few months as a business analyst, assistant project manager and a few others. I have been unsuccessful although I think I have a great resume, lots of experience and a good education.
The only jobs that I was able to find were with sales. However, with sales, I feel that my education is worthless. I do not see myself as a salesman.
My question is, what kind of positions should I be looking?
Excluding the finance majors,what careers are there for these students?.Tell me about interesting jobs which don't involve going int the field work alot and not meeting strange people.
How much do u get paid?tel me about the highest paid jobs in these categories
I graduated 6 months ago and am working a construction job and various other odd jobs. Any advice?
I no theres like fashion designer and that which i dont wanna be.
But i love fashion and the whole catwalk photoshoot,magazine.celeb scene thing,so what jobs can you do that involves all this??
I am very analytical. I want to manage information.
Hi Guys, I'm considering a Master's program, but am mostly curious what a Bachelor's in Human Geography might could get? Thanks for any help everyone!
Also if I wanted to go to graduate school what sort of degree could cog sci lead to
I am currently studying Computer Engineer Technology, and I am enrolled in my college's Profession Certification in Project Management Program. When I graduate from college(Wentworth Institute of Technology), what types of positions will be available to me and what will be the pay scale?
A place I am applying to is asking for a cover letter to be emailed along with my resume... Help?
I'm starting at Community College...going for an Associates of Science degree of Information Technology then trasnferring?
Good idea? I'm going to NVCC...
Any advice or words of wisdom?
I've been applying for jobs everywhere, since April. I graduated with a degree in Business Administration, - Management. I'd like to get a job in HR, finanace, or pretty much anything business (except sales). I've been networking, as much as I can/know how, and applying to positions online. What else can I do to get a job! I'm a hard working, smart guy, and idk how to show that to people. Any suggestions on how to get a job?!?
These are the options:
•Accounting: Provides excellent preparation for the Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Certified General Accountant (CGA) designations
•Business Research: teaches you survey design, data collection and interpretation, quantitative measurement, market and decision analysis and information systems design. An ideal preparation for a career as a market researcher or analyst, business or strategic planner or research director.
•Finance: focuses on professional wealth management, including personal financial planning and investment management. It will provide the knowledge and skills to pursue a rewarding career in finance and wealth management and to work toward the two major designations within the finance field: Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Career possibilities include corporate financial manager, financial planner, investment adviser and investment portfolio manager.
•Human Resources Management: develops your knowledge of workplace productivity, safety and equity legislation, labour-management relations, hiring, compensation and retention issues. This is excellent preparation for a career as a labour-relations specialist, corporate recruiter, HR systems analyst or training professional.
•Management: gives you a solid foundation in marketing, human resources management, finance and strategic planning to prepare you for a career as a business director, entrepreneur or business development consultant.
•Management Science: provides a strong foundation in quantitative methods as well as in operations and logistics management. This specialization prepares students both academically and professionally to address the unique and complex issues organizations face in their short- term and longer-term strategic planning.
•Marketing: helps you gain practical knowledge in all aspects of the field including product management, advertising and communications, market research and strategies and consumer behaviour. You'll take courses in a variety of areas including business, psychology and general arts to give you a well-rounded marketing education.
Out of these options which program of study in university should I choose and why? Highly appreciated for any help please and thank you.
I'm getting ready to start taking some online classes. I've narrowed it down to 3 majors.
Can someone tell me out of the 3 listed what would be a better choice. What types of jobs could I do with each? I want to Major in something that I can actually use and find a good job with.
I've tried Retail, that wasn't for me.