I don't want to spend money for a 4 year college so i was thinking of getting an associate's degree and taking accounting courses. Would that get me a bigger salary rather than just taking a simple accounting course for a year?
My friend just moved back from Texas to Pennsylvania. She got an associate degree in medical office administration. She just got a job as a payroll clerk at a school district over there in PA, but she won't start until after the new year. How much does a payroll clerk in a PA school district earn?
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.
That's what my major is right now cause I'm planning to transfer to teach...but I'm having second thoughts now, thinking about switching my major but now I'm just curious what an arts associate can do on it's own.
Cash processing clerk,
Accounts receivable clerk R assistant,
Would an Associates get you these types of jobs? Or do you need a bachelors?
I work in an accounting firm as a bookkeeper/payroll administrator, and my boss sells securities as well. He wants me to apply as an associate with the securities company. I have no interest in this job he wants me to apply for, which includes a background check and some very personal questions that I would rather not answer because they aren't relevent to my current job. So how do I tell him that I have no interest in this job without him getting all pissy about it?
Preferably in healthcare. If so is it good enough or do I have to get my bachelors? I want to be a job recruiter like when you apply for a job I'm the one that says yes or no and etc. Or administration or whatever just something along those lines.
Also, what is the job outlook and salary range?
I want to be able to get a career working in environment science but want to know what kind jobs there are available in this area and how best to get the right qualifications.
i am currently studying for my A levels and taking Maths, Geography, Biology and Chemistry
i have heard that it is best to take a different course at uni such as biology or something instead of a specific environmental science course. is this true?
I'm thinking of going to college for accounting, although I'm not exactly 100?onfident it's what I'd like to do for the rest of my life. Say two years down the road, after earning an associates, I have an epiphany and actually can't stand accounting. I'm wondering what kind of jobs can you get with a mere associates in accounting? Also, is it likely the accounting credits can be used for a different business major?
Oh, I guess I didn't do enough research yet. I just assumed the CPA license was crucial.
I'm in a community college going for my associates degree in accounting... Is that going to get me a good job?
Should I transfer and get my B.S?
I don't know what to do?
Should I get my Associates first in the community college and then later on go for my B.S? Or should I transfer since now?
What's the diffrence ?
I've got the job but now I have to go to orientation on Sunday, what can i expect?
I am almost done w/my associates in health care administration and am in an independent study in microsoft excel/spreadsheets and i feel like i don't have a good handle on how to use excel and it makes me nervous.
I am about to graduate from a community college and i don't have a single Idea of what can i do after i got my title which is an associated degree (I think so). Where can I Apply for a job, a Bank, a Small business, how much can I make? please tell me. Thanks.
I was just curious because im getting one this coming semester, i have searched jobs on here and monster and accounting technician and payroll clerk came up alot i was also wandering what i would be doing in either job, thanks for the info (also can anyone give me a good estimate on how much i would make and if it would be more than $6.50 an hour)
I'm an accounting major and I recently got a job as night auditor for my school's hotel. Is this a job worth doing? Will recruiters pay attention to the fact that I
1. Work nights (which most accountants might end up doing during tax season)
2. Managed a hotel's finances.
I'm currently in my sophmore year finishing up my associates in business administration, and I was wondering what kind of jobs would I be able to get? I have been doing alot of job searches on the web, to get ideas on job requirements and salaries. I have found several (administrative, insurance, management, entry level accounting/book-keeping, and a few others). I was just wondering if anyone had any more details or specific jobs that would hire.
I am probably going to further my education afterwards (i haven't decided on a particular concentration yet, but im leaning towards accounting or management).
If anyone could give me some ideas it would be great! !
I'm majoring in accounting and would like to start as a payroll clerk, i heard that some jobs can teach you. where do you find them?
I'm going for my associates in accounting right now. I know it's too late to back out now but I am worried about the possibility of finding a job in accounting once I earn my degree. I have heard conflicting stories and information. What are my chances of finding at least an entry level job once i earn my degree??
I got my associates degree in human services 5 months ago, but have not had luck in finding a job in the field. Must of the jobs require that I gain experience by volunteering, but I need income for my family. Any advice?