I'm a junior in college and I finally chose a major. I chose Food Science because the food industry in the number one industry in the country. The Food Science program at my school has a 100 percent job placement and the average starting salaries is 40 to 55K. I know the usual degrees that offer a high paying job is Engineering, Accounting, and Finance. But what if you have no interest in those majors, what degree could you receive that would offer you around the same amount of money?
I'm an Industrial Engineer student and I've completed the Yellow Belt Six Sigma certification. I wanted to know which books do I need to read and what do I need to do for getting a position on the quality management in a factory / industry.
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I want to go to school to study electronics but I have some concerns. My father works in the same field but his job requires him to have a high level clearance. If I were to graduate. I wouldn't be able to get in the same field being that I have bipolar disorder. I was wondering if there were any other major groups of employers that would hire electronics technicians other than the defense industry. Also I would like to know if they make as much money as those who are employed in the defense industry.
My 18 yr old just changed her mind on a career choice for the 4th time, This time she says she wants to work with computers. What sort of jobs can she expect to do? And which ones pay the most?
When 90?f the open positions claim they want somebody 5-10 years of experience. I think most of us who went to engineering school were lied to about how easy it is to find a high paying engineering job...
I want to know what the training is like and what the length is. Also whats everyday life working at this job?
I have a CERT in surgical technology and A.S. in science, 4 years experience in pharmaceutical/biotech -training personnel, aseptic processing, supervising or lead role, EM sampling, and quality assurance.
do you think this degree would help me advance in my career or what jobs can i get with this degree based on my experience.
I graduated college with a mechanical engineering degree but I could not get a job in mechanical engineering because none of the employers I interviewed with would hire me because I did not have any experience. I ended up getting a job at a bank. I was running out of money and had no choice. I have been at the bank job for several years now and I am feeling that my math and science skills are not being put to good use.
I am taking a college course of BTEC Applied Science Level 3 and you can carry on and do pharmaceutical jobs is that good or bad?
I've got a HSE Certificate but the industry is being choked to death by people with no common sense. I'm now doing a job in Quality Control as I'm also an ex Electrical Engineer as well. We have new management who say we must have Quality qualifications but being in work I can't have time off as I do shifts. Anyone know a good site and what qualification let me know as I'm happy where I am at the moment :D
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
In a factory? Is it the same thing?
Is it classed as a semi-skilled job or does that depend on the individual job, and training given etc?
I'm a freshman in college and im undecided on my major, I dont want anything with health science or government/politics. I do like being around technology and I looked up types of technicians, a Computer Technician looks alright, working and installing programs with computers and I looked up Electrical Engineering, can anyone please tell me any other kinda similar careers dealing with technology to help me look at and find a major? Thank you.
I getting ready to enlist in the Navy and I wanted to see if anyone had any information or advise for choosing a rating.
My goal is to have a rating that will allow me to become a Water/Wastewater Plant Operator in the civilian world. Any Navy jobs that would allow me to repair or maintance pipes or a water/wastewater plant would be ideal.
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
Is there a test to be a certified QC/QA civil engineer?
Please help me. I need it very badly.
Do you have to go to a university or vocational school or some other type of school? I also want to know what the difference is between a phlebotomist, clinical lab scientist, or other lab assistant tittles. which one works in a microbiological type of environment?
I am getting into a radiology program in the Army. I am sure this will only teach me the basics and I will not earn any kind of medical degree. However once I complete the Army's training, I think I will be some sort of technician? I will be in the Army for 5 years so I have time to take college courses while I am enlisted. What kind of classes should I take that will ultimetly help me become an M.D.? I know I will still have to complete a residency when I get out of the Army. I just want to know the best steps to take while im still in the Army.
Okay, I'm in 11th grade! Well, I wanna go to the University of Florida! Go Gators ;) I was just wondering what kinda of jobs I can get in Agriculture? I know what categories there is but can you please name types of jobs and explain what the mean and little words not being words haha! Thanks it means a lot!
To be honest, I am particular about the probability of employment that is why I am asking this here. By the way, I am planning to take up BA Political Economy.
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