These are work-study jobs on campus. The office assistant job is in a media studies dept. The teacher assistant is for 6mo - 5yr olds.
Am considering a distance learning course that would enable to me to eventually get a foot in the door to working with special needs children. Which would be the ideal course to take? Child care & development? Teaching assistant course? To those that have already been there and done that which courses did you take?
I want to get my first assistant manager job at Radio Shack. I have worked at a Super Target for a year. They trained me in 13 different positions including everywhere from backroom, flow team, instocks, hairlines, softlines, market, signing, presentation, cashier, cart attendant (to clean up chemical spills), guest services, and also electronics. I know the bases of sale and I am very good at taking on a lot at one time. I know in a position like that I would definitely make more than I do now... but I just wanted to know if I would even be considered.. please help?
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I've worked are admin assistant for 3 months now. I want to know what should i do to progress further for my career development in this line of job?i'm actually an IT graduate but having sales admin assistant for a job.I want to have a brighter future in this job but i don't know what should i expect besides doing administrative work that i'm doing right now.
I want to be a lawyer and I have no clue what jobs I should be taking to get more familiar with the profession. What would you recommend? Especially that will look good on a Law School application?
Im going back to college this Fall for early childhood development to get my associate degree and want to know everything that i'll be doing. Thank you to all who help out with this one.
My cousin is getting a degree in physics and he is wondering what kind of jobs are available for him. It would be highly appreciated if you would help him. Whoever gives me the best answer gets the 10 points.
I graduated college in May '12. I finally had to settle for a nanny job to pay the bills. That's where I am now. I'm still trying to apply for better jobs but have no idea how to make my Nanny job on my resume sound like experience that people might actually appreciate. How should I word it and my job responsibilities? Help please!
I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
I've never been to an interview for this kind of job only ever jobs in retail and I just fancy a bit of a heads up on what kind of things I'll be asked!
I have a background in IT development and project management and am looking to make a career change. I'm interested in doing something related to Education, but do not necessarily want to teach. What other options are out there? I am willing to get additional training, so please don't assume I need (or want) to use any of my technical skills.
I was wondering what some jobs were that work with babies. Also what the education requirements are for those jobs. Lastly what the average pay is for those jobs.
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 would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
In May, I graduated from university with an English Degree. Since then I have been searching for a job, but have had no luck. I have posted resumes on the major job sites and apply whenever I find a match. I was a working student so I didn't do an internship, but I have good people skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and a stellar academic history. My situation is getting a little desperate. Does anyone have any advice on other avenues that I can pursue to maximize my chances of finding a job? By the way, I don't want to teach.
I have a passion for sign language and want to help deaf people by using my sign language. What are some different jobs i can do that involves sign?
I am currently in my second year of doing this course, and as part of one of my projects, I need to find out what jobs I could do if I was to go straight into employment after this course. Can anybody help me out? I can't find any job opportunities that mention this course specifically.
I'm learning German at the moment, and I've decided I want to go into languages as a profession when I'm older. I only know the one language, apart from my own, English. What are jobs involved in languages that aren't a translator or teacher?
I haven't done business at GCSE, does this mean I won't be able to go into business?