When people get recruited in campus interviews by a software company and are offered a good salary what is it that you are supposed to do , do they ask you to write entire programs or just parts of it ? Or is there something else you can do like marketing ? What is the maximum position you can rise to with a bachelor's degree and maybe an mba , is project manager to end of an average software engineer's rise ?
There are millions of college educated, experienced people over age 50 who are unemployed but can't get a job due to blatent age discrimination. What is your solution to this huge and growing problem?
I am looking to enlist in the Air Force, I have not yet taken the ASVAB. I do qualify, and have talked to a Recruiter. I am open to any jobs that may be open. I was wondering the exact step by step things I must do next and how far apart timewise do I have to do so. Also, is there anything I need to know before I leave for bootcamp? I heard somthing about a smartbook, not really sure.
I'm starting salary negotiations for a recruiting position and want to be competitive for my experience and location. If possible, please also include your # of years experience and city so that I can compare. Thank you, everyone, in advance!!
I know I want to join the military but am stuck in a bit of a rut. I want to go in for a "technical MOS" thats where im leaning towards the Navy. But on the other hand I would much rather go through the Marines Basic Training since im a person that strives for a more difficult and challenging journey to make it seem more deserved and earned. What do you guys think i should do in this situation?
I want to know how much would i be charging the clients and what type of percentage to charge!!
Bachelor of Science in Management degree candidate seeking a challenging position in the business development field where proven sales and interpersonal skills can be used to help the company grow.
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, College of Management
Bachelor of Science in Management
Expected Grad. Date: May 2012
Major GPA: 3.0
JEWELRY RETAIL CHAIN
Inventory Manager & Sales Associate
December 2009-January 2010, May 2010-August 2010, May 2011-August 2011
• Supervised/Updated Inventory of $60M of merchandise in 5 locations
• Priced $20M of merchandise
• Sold $250K of Jewelry—mainly precious stones (Diamonds, Alexandrite, Tanzanite, Ammolite)
Technical Recruiting Intern
January 2011-May 2011
• Headhunted software engineers, computer programmers, systems engineers, project managers, financial analysts & other senior level positions for Fortune 500 clients.
• Developed staffing strategies with IT department in order to streamline sourcing, reviewing and interviewing processes
• Reviewed resumes, conducted interviews and screened all potential candidates
September 2010-December 2010
• Taught 30 5th Grade students about Human Rights
• Taught 15 3rd-4th grade students in Criminal Justice/Debate
• Mentored students in various interactive after-school programs
CHARITY FUNDRAISING CLUB
• Helped raise over $10000 for Kenyan Refugees post 2008 election violence
• Increased awareness and club enrollment by 75?• Organized 4 fundraising events & food sales
Resettlement Services Intern & Teacher
September 2009-December 2009
• Taught 25 adult students in Advanced and Intermediate English
• Taught 25 adult students Microsoft Office & General Computing Skills
• Assisted in Case Management, Cash Assistance & Employment Assistance for Refugees
SHOE RETAIL CHAIN
May 2008-September 2009
• Sold $100K of shoes & accessories
• Handled $200K of monetary transactions
• Dealt with customers complaints and questions on a day-to-day basis
TUTORING ORG. (Volunteer Tutoring Organization)
January 2006-May 2007
• Tutored 40+ students from K-12th Grade
• Tutored students Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus & Calculus
• Tutored students Spanish, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Reading, Arithmetic, & K-8 Math & Science
Languages: Spanish – Conversational
Skills: Microsoft Office (Excel, PPT, Word), Jewels 2000
I'm graduating soon and I'm worried that I won't be able to land a decent job. Can you tell me which jobs I would be qualified for and what types of salaries I could expect?
I'm assuming that I would be qualified for a broad range of jobs specifically related to sales/business development hence the objective.. But any suggestions for specific jobs/career tracks with salaries ~45K+/yr would be great! I'm pretty much open to any path.
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If u are a HR manager or someone who is working in that area, can u explain each of the follow terms with the relevant realistic information in your organisation??
2.Methods of recruiting staff
3.Selection process used
4.Training & development provided to staff
5.Performance appraisal methods utilised
6.Rewards system utilised by the manager
7.Turnover & attraction
A couple things before I get started:
1.Im writing this on my phone so bare with me
2. If you are not millitary, this question isnt for you, dont waste your time posting something I dont care about.
3. Please speak of YOUR branch only, to avoid heresy amoungst branches. Also so I can obtain the most accurate info.
Thank you for taking the time to answer my question, I am going to take your advice into account in making my final dicision.
Heres the scenerio.
1. Ive been talking with Army,AF,and Marine recruiters about enlisting. I will enlist in some way (barring a no go on a physical at MEPS)
2. 5 foot 10, 24 yrs old, awesome physical shape, extremely determined, great leader.
3. Score of 90 on ASVAB, all enlisted jobs avaiable to me (if there is a need) in any branch.
4. Senior at Southern Oregon University (3.0 GPA) major Busniess emphasis in management.
Army recruiter is pushing me to go enlisted everytime I talk to him. He says odds of getting accepted into OCS are very slim for me. He says enlisting as an E3 would be my best route. However, I meet/exceed ALL current requiremets to submit an OCS packet with a Delayed entry (pending grad of college).
Air force is a little more up front. The recruiter gave me the OSO's contact info in the first meeting. He also said it is VERY competetive, i shouldnt consider wasting my time if I dont have a 3.5-4.0 gpa... Period.
I dont have ANYTHiNG against enlisted. But when I went into the army office, I saw many 18-19 yr olds signing up as the same rank as i would. I know im smarter, more educated, in better shape, more determined, and better qualified than ANY I saw. This makes me think I'm "backtracking". I have 15,000 in loans, and 5 years wrapped up in college. It also feels like I would be tossing all of this away if I went enlisted.
I dont want to hear the "you will be more respected if.." Route. What brach and what option do you think, based off the intel above, would be right for me?
So my older brother was in the Navy for five years, and has me reconsidering enlisting into the Navy all over again (when before I was gonna go army). Now I don't want any debate about which is better, because they are both extremely important assets in my eyes, with a variety of different skills for each branch.
What I want to do is Intelligence. So I found the job of "Intelligence Specialist". Can I get some further details on what this jobs does, where they do it from, how hard it is to get into, etc? And what ship would be best to work from (if I work from a ship at all)? My older brother was on a frigate and said that I would be better off not doing intelligence on a frigate (He served on the U.S.S Underwood if you're curious lol).
Some additional info:
If you need the actual percentile breakdown (Which I don't see why you would), let me know.
I'm writing a short story for a creative writing course, which I'd like to be as accurate as possible. I've been doing research online, but a lot of sources contradict one another or don't go into what is typical/realistic, as opposed to what is technically correct. Figured it would be better to ask people who have army experience in order to keep things as realistic as possible. Setting is modern day, in Afghanistan.
1) Is 30ish (give or take) a realistic age for a sergeant (E-5)? How long would one typically serve as E-5 before being promoted to E-6?
2) Are there specific post-secondary degrees needed for a recruit to enter as a specialist, or is any university/college degree acceptable? Regardless of their technical status, in practice, would a specialist have any authority over privates? I know they can't give orders, but would they be expected to show initiative in making sure everyone else is doing what they're supposed to be doing? Are privates considered subordinates to specialists (in practice)?
3) What kind of weapons training, if any, might a typical field medic in Afghanistan have? Do medics hold any kind of rank? Would they simply be addressed as "medic" or something else? Would they answer to a sergeant or other NCO in the same manner as specialists and privates, or are they part of a different command structure altogether?
4) How much of the military slang in films is realistic? Anyone know of a site that lists military slang that is actually used, and not outdated?
I'm a junior in high school and i'm considering joining the air force rotc program. I want to major in business/finance and maybe even have a aerospace engineering/computer engineering background. I've always dreamed of going to NYU and interning with Goldman Sachs group and being a wall street player but joining the air force rotc program seems to be a lot more honorable, gives you excellent leadership qualities, and plus the engineering background would set me apart from my peers maybe trying to get a corporate job for a tech company or such. Otherwise i'm asking, do you have a better chance to make it in the finance world taking all that debt to go to lets say NYU get your MBA and go from there, or the air force ROTC route in which you not only serve your country but you get an education also. My only worry with the ROTC route is will there be "good" opportunities afterwords? Like a ROTC from Boston University or UNC is the education of equal quality as a regular student. And the ROTC business graduate programs...Will they open "good" opportunities or is it like a community college education even though you're attending a good school like BU or UNC.
Academically I'm doing "ok". I have a unweighted GPA of 3.54 but that includes my freshmen year when my average grade was a 93.5 now the last two years my averga grade is in the mid 80's but i'v taken all Honors courses and 4 AP courses and I haven't took my SAT's yet.
Ok so i decided recently that i want to join the navy. real reason for joining is to pay for education. im 22 years old. i didnt really know what i wanted to do in the navy though. i was looking at navy.com at the job listing. the one that caught my eye was Mass communications, but if that didnt work out i would have even settled for business managment or some sort of desk style job. didnt even pay attention to anything crazy like AIRR. but as soon as i seen it i knew it would be something i would want to do. i would really just like some info about it. the training, everything. so if you are or were or know someone that is a navy AIRR. i would love to ask a few questions. MUCHO APPRECIATED!!
"Barack Obama is KGB "illegal spy" ? Mikhail Kryzhanovsky
There's a lot of suspicious information concerning our socialist President Obama's place of birth, his original birth certificate and his Columbia University attendance records. Loooks like he might be a KGB "illegal spy" or a "plant". I have some questions - what they were talking about with Bill Clinton in December 2008 and why Obama hired Hillary Clinton as the Secretary of State ? Did Bill Clinton blackmail Obama ? How ?
Do you remember espionage scandal of a century - in June ,2010 GBI arrested 10 (ten) Russian illegal spies, a whole ring. Obama ordered to exchange them for 4 former CIA secret sources arrested in Russia. There was no investigation - why ? Maybe there's another Russian "ring" in America ? Or 2 ? or 3 ? Who knows ? 10 Russian spies were sent back to Russia without a single question ! What is that ? Who is Obama ?
He's destroying America - its called "socialist intervention into the US economy". Why ? Show me a single American who's happy about that.
The highest intelligence level — illegal spies, intelligence operatives who are secretly deployed abroad and covertly operate there under assumed names and well-documented cover stories, masquerading as native citizens. It's very important if you get , for example, original birth certificate of American citizen, who died (at young age preferably) or any records and documents on him(birth, wedding, death, any IDs, etc) .
The process of training and “installing” such officer is rather complex and includes:
a) Special training.
Foreign language, general, political and special (espionage and counter-espionage) knowledge of the target country; personal cover story — new biography, special technical devices, recruitment methods). Up to three years.
b) Illegal probation period abroad. A trip abroad through intermediate countries with numerous changes of passports and cover stories, jobs, personal connections. Then he gets to the target country, stays there for another 1-2 years and goes back to his country for additional training and correction of cover story — actually, it’s his first combat assignment. The most important part of this assignment is to check the reliability of the cover story and documents; the cover story has to be reinforced with new and old true facts, like short-term studies at universities or professional training courses).
c) Intermediate legislation.
On his way back the officer could stay in an intermediate country for another 1-2 years, make contacts with business, scientists, government employees, celebrities.
d) Basic legislation.
Officer comes to the target country, obtains genuine documents, gets a job which allows him to travel and talk to many people, recruit informants thus creating an illegal station.
The illegal is usually supplied with a variety of cover documents to make him “invisible” for counter-intelligence — some are used only to cross the borders on the way to a target country, others — to live there, other documents — only for travel to “third countries” to meet with officers of legal or illegal stations or to be used in case of urgent recall to home country (in that case the illegal is supposed to transit at least two or three countries). His further activity depends on how professional counter-espionage service is working in the country.
He could fail in his mission also because of:
- poor training and low quality documents
- neglecting security rules.
- one mistake in pronunciation can give you away
- treason (traitor-informant or a “mole” inside his own service)
- low personal security level (while working with sources)
If we talk about "legal plants", KGB (and modern Russian SVR) loves to recruite Harvard, Yale and Columbia students and "push" them to the top of American politics - US Congress, the White House, the Cabinet.
It might the reason CIA together with FBI and Secret Serevice conspire to give Obama "one-way ticket" - you can imagine the scandal if Obama IS a Russian "illegal spy" !
a former KGB intelligence officer
a former KGB "Nabat" anti-terror group member (a sniper)
a former Ukrainian National Security officer
CIA, FBI and US Secret Service "Filament"
the author of the "White House Special Handbook"
Who gets more deployments? I am having a hard time deciding which one to join for several things. I am considering the Airforce, Army and Navy but I have found pros and cons for the three of them. The Airforce takes care of its people but I wouldn't like to be sitting most of my career on a desk....The Army you are guarantee to work in the job you signed up for but I they do long deployments...The Navy is my favorite but I am not guaranteed to work in the job I signed up for plus many sailors have said that the Navy is not for someone who has a family.
Just so that you guys know if it's a bit of a help I am interested in a Linguistic and Photography careers with the military...
I would like to hear from you guys more pros and cons for each branch that could help me decide better which one is better for me.
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