I speak a little German, but am working on that. I would like to move there. Are there job placement counselors? Job websites in Deutsch?
Thanks to all for the help. Milkman, I have a JD degree and twenty years experience in private practice. Is that enough education?
I'm basically thinking of something that will think of every imaginable skill people can have in the workplace, and you'll check something like "I have skill and experience," "I have skill but not experience," "I have experience but no skill (sad)" and then will produce a drop-down window that matches your answers to jobs -- sort of a virtual placement counselor. Has anyone seen anything like that?
Ignore the "drop down window" part. I really just confused matters.
Hey Kevin. I checked it out. It's interesting. Definitely on the right track though it's only available in Texas and California right now and I'm in New York. The only real problems I saw with it are a) it forces you to choose a line of work in which you're interested and I don't want to do that, and b) Every skill question asks if you're certified in the skill and in some cases it isn't applicable. There's no "not applicable" button.
I am looking for a person I can speak to about what kind of job I am looking for that would be able to set up interviews with possible employers.
I have been a cashier for the last 12 years. I’ve been attending college and should get an accounting clerk certificate at the end of this semester. I want to live my old job of 8 years and look for one as an accounting clerk but I’m so afraid of the change. And all of the jobs I have looked at require some experience. Do they usually train a person before they start a new job? Or do they expect you to know what to do and just jump in?
I'm interested in getting a degree in psychology, but I don't want to be a counselor who sits and listens to people's problems all day. I've heard that there are many other options for psychologists than just clinical work, but what are they?
What would cause you to talk to the school social worker instead of the school counselor?
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 am looking to get into psychology but I don't want to go to graduate school. People have scared me away and said the competition for clinical psychologists is fierce in the US. I'd like to put in 4 years or so. I'd be happy with being a mental health aid. What kind of jobs can you get with a bachelors?
I have classes every day of the week and even a night class.
I am a server currently and cannot stand it, but it's decent money.
I just want a normal job that has some career options. But where would that be that will let a student work while having the school hours I have? I'm so frustrated about it. Yes I could work retail or some other mundane job, but I want something that I can actually put to good reference on a resume and still pay my rent.
I will be graduating soon with an associates degree in criminal justice and really want to be a crime scene technician. I am willing to take anything similar just to get my foot in the door. I am stuck on how to locate this job. Can anyone help me please. This is my dream and I have come to a road block. I have searched the internet til I could not see straight. Maybe there is a site I am missing.
I have spent days on the internet talking with recruiters, job placement faculty, and even some career counselors. They all tell me I need to narrow my search but I don't know the titles to some of the positions I qualify for.
I am a first year college student with an intended major in Social Work and minors in both French and Computer Science. Next spring I will be studying abroad in France but would like to find some kind of job that would allow me to stay there the following summer. Where can I find a job? I've searched the most popular career sites but haven't found anything yet. I'd even be happy with a nannying job. Any help would be appreciated! :-) Thanks.
Is it possible for me to get a job as a paralegal with a certificate in paralegal studies and a bachelors in English? What about a physical therapy assistant certificate?
Should I get a bachelors or associates in paralegal studies?
Also should i get a certificate, bachelors or associate in radiology technology?
I have done all the placement tests, tried different jobs, and still can't find something to be passionate about to turn into a career. I've even asked my Friends their opinions. Any suggestions?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I'm in grade 10, going into grade 11 in the fall. I got my course selection sheet last week and i wanna know what courses i need to go into university. I wanna be a guidance counselor, marriage counselor, or a child psychologist. What high school courses would i need? Also, how many years would i have to be in university for?
I am a senior in college on the verge of getting my Bachelors degree. I do not go to the main campus so I don't have help getting an internship or job. I am currently working at a hotel as a front desk clerk. I have been looking for internships online but have no luck. I also have been looking into jobs like bookkeeping but everything requires experience. Any suggestions would be great.
I'm trying to decide what i want to do, for a job. And i was wondering what the difference between a therapist and Psychologist is. I know that a Psychologist has a PhD and takes a couple extra years of study. And also if you study Psychology at University, with Criminology what kind of a job could you get?
I already have a Bachelor Degree in Business. Should I take a Master Degree in Business, Psychology or Sociology to become a career counselor?
I want to have a job in the future that I can keep for the rest of my life. What are careers that have good placement no matter where you live and stuff? ~~~Picking majors in college