I want to be a network Consultant. I have done 12th Science.
So please anyone can suggest the shortest path.........
Is good knowledge of MCSE, CCNA, CCNP and a Certyficate of Diploma(Networking) enough?
Also tell How much money I have to Invest and how many persons I have to hire. What is the job of network consultant and who gives work to consultant ?
I am waiting for the Best answer.................
I have over 10 years working experience most of which is in Hong Kong. I now reside in the North West of UK. I have an MBA and a Diploma in Management Studies. However, I am finding it difficult to obtain positions that would allow me to progress in career. All I seem to find is administration monotonous jobs. Does anyone else have the same problem? I would like to join the consultant profession, as details of it appears to correspond with my desires in a career. Although I do have management experience, employers here seems to disregard it. I do have references from permanent positions that I have held in Hong Kong, but no one seems to be interested in looking at them.
Hello! Can anyone please help me with this question? Thanks! I am getting certified in Network Security from my school and should be finished within a month. I plan to start a Network Security Agency or Consultant Group. How would I go about this? Is there a large number of businesses willing to pay for an outsider to mess with their Networks Security? And what type of businesses should I start to market too? I have done searches on this through numerous search Engines, but nothing has come up. I appreciate your responses. Thank You all ahead of time!
I am currently employed full-time as an events specialist at a new york based PR Firm. However, I would like to eventually be self-employed and work as an event's consultant- primarily for corportate events. My goal is to be able to create my own schedule and work from home, while doing what I love to do-events! Any ideas how to get the word out besides a cold call?
I am currently employed full-time as an events specialist at a new york based PR Firm. However, I would like to eventually be self-employed and work as an event's consultant- primarily for corportate events. Being in NYC, it's not as easy as putting my flyer in a local businesses or on a telephone pole. My goal is to be able to create my own schedule and work from home, while doing what I love to do-events! Any ideas how to get the word out besides a cold call?
I'm curious to know because I'm persuing acting and in college now and I wanted to know what professional jobs, besides acting, are flexible and pay good money. I'm getting my degree now and I already know about waiting tables, clubs, etc. The point of me going to college is so that I can avoid those jobs. I'm not trying to get rich either, I just want to live comfortably. What GOOD/PROFESSIONAL jobs could be flexible to my acting career?
That's right... i know for a fact that IT is spending an inordinate amount of time online. I am an executive with full rights and need to trim the fat. Bringing in a consultant would raise too much suspicion. I have full access to our systems and can configure a solution after hours. What are my options?
Thanks in advance!
I find myself next to a lot of competition for the jobs I'm qualified for. How do I stand out?
I've been working as a IT consultant for the last ten years, helping both large and small businesses to streamline their help desk operations. I've made the decision to re-enter the workforce because of increased competition and I am unsure how to list my consulting services on my resume. Some of the larger corporations that I've consulted for required me to fill out a confidentiality agreement with them which bars me from discussing any work I did for them along with listing them on a resume. Some of the smaller firms that I had done work for are now out of business. So my list of 100+ clients shrinks to about 30. While I feel that is still a strong number, I'd like to be able to represent the larger businesses that I did work for? Any ideas?
I plan to double major in Economics (General or Managerial/Business) and Finance. I also plan on getting summer internships in consulting firms. What else can I do to make sure that when I graduate I will be hired as a management consultant?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
And if you are one, how much do you make on average per month? How much of your own money have you put in? Pros? Cons?
Basically, I'm just trying to look at potential part-time jobs I can do as a full-time mom.
I HAVE checked their website, but they don't touch on the subject directly. At least, nothing that I found was very direct.
I went to college to become a financial adviser in financing/accounting but, every job opening I look at online says you must have experience like 3-4 years sometimes 5-10 but, how am I suppose to earn experience in the job field if there is no job that I can find that accepts someone without experience? Should I tell them ill work for less money until I get more experience? Will they hire me that way? Thanks.
You wouldn't hire someone who hasn't had any experience? Just cause I don't have experience doesn't mean i wouldn't be good at managing your money I mean after all that is what i went to college for so i'm sure i would know how to manage it.
He specializes in high end custom home. I will be targeting out of area prospects for custom second homes. What is a good title for a business card? I will use the card mostly for networking in person.
I hear about people with a degree and/or cert and they can't find a job in the field. How could they not even get a entry level job?
you could mention these people don't have the experience but how could they get experience if no one gives them a chance? I don't think it's legal for a company to allow you to volunteer and do anything extensively that a paid worker would do.
I have 5 yrs teach exp, a M.Ed. and am looking to get into a trainer/consultant position but don't know how or where to look or what to expect. Any suggestions are welcome.
I am exploring the possibility of returning to school for a graduate degree, obtaining a MCSE certification, law school, art school, working a second job or starting a small side business, etc...
I am unsure of the value that going back to a formal school would have in my case. I am currently happily employed as a Sales Consultant in a seasonal business which is also tied into the traditional school year, meaning I am working when normal school is in session. I have the potential to make money at my current position. However I wish to improve my life financially and professionally, thus taking advantage of the free time I get during the slow times of year.
I have access to all the job boards. I am looking for people with all modules and individual module experience.
I am a freshman in college, and I am still deciding on what I want to major in. I love English and I love to write, especially creative writing. I'd love to someday work at Newspaper or Magazine of some sort. However, with this economy I'm really concerned that I won't be able to find a job with the degree I'll have if I were to major in JMC. In about 4-5 years from now, what types of jobs do you think will be offered in relation to Journalism and Mass Comm?
I am thinking about getting an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Management. What type of jobs could I do with this type of degree? Anything and everything you can think of would be great! Thanks!!
I am about to get my associates in communications from community college.. i got good grades and now i am going to get my bachelors in communications from a bigger school. whats the best paying job to pursue with a bachelors in communications and what aspect of the field should i focus on?