I am thinking of going into either web development or web design. I know the small differences but what I really want to know is which one makes more money? If I am going to choose one of these as a career path, I want to make the best choice I can.
What are the names of the basic jobs and categories, and what does each one do? REMEMBER, in software programming!
I need to find out more about trigonometry and the jobs? Can anyone tell me what are the jobs that would use trigonometry? Also one more thing, how the trignometry would be used in the jobs.
Im thinking of majoring in computer science and I just wanted to hear some examples of more creative jobs that computer science prepares you for beyond the realm of just programming or IT or something like that. Also, is computer science a versatile degree? Do employers from all industries look for people with computer science degrees?
I want to become a computer software engineer, and I'm wondering what kind of jobs they can get?
I am doing research for my school news paper and my friend and I are donig the center spread. The topic is Forigen Language. I need to find different jobs and careers that require you to be bilingual. So far I have teacher, flight attendant, pilot, and translator.
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A 2007-06-27 job posting on NYASLA's web site suggests it's AutoCAD (see below), but previous Answers have suggested Maya. Have they changed recently? Are those the same package under two different names?
From the listing:
"HGTV’s Hidden Potential is looking for talented, motivated Jr. Architects and Designers AutoCAD operators to join our Design Team. This is a unique opportunity to work alongside our on camera architect and designer in helping them achieve their visions. We design a high volume of residences and at the end of the job, a Jr. Architect will walk away with amazing 3D animations and still renderings of their design work. It is a fun, fast-paced design environment."
"The ideal candidate has an eye for design – structural and interior – is proficient in AutoCAD, and is able to contribute to the creative design process on a daily basis. One must be computer savvy as our design team continually uses various software tools and FTP sites..."
Also, is it necessary to hire a web designer for this?
The website would have a data base of real estate listings. There would be a fair amount of graphics and I would like to use Flash if possible because it looks really good. I realize that my question is a little clueless; I'm not a techie. I appreciate your patience and advice!
I have been browsing web sites that provide information on best grad schools and rankings in corresponding years. Moreover, these talk about a generalized college ranking. Can someone suggest me how should I go about the selection of courses and best universities. Previous to this, I have been asking the same question in many blogs, orkut and facebook but I end up reading posts by people saying that their university is the best. Please be specific as to why you chose a particular university. Thanks.
What kind of jobs do this people perform those who go into this field. What exactly do they do?
Can you become a proper architect or have your own business or does it just lead to working for someone else etc?
I'm in the UK and its a 4 year BSc Honours course at university, with one year work placement.
How much do people working with this job title earn per year. i have been searching the web for answer but not find any if you can tell me it would be much appreciated.
I'm in my second year at a 2-year school and i'm just beginning architecture courses. I don't have proficient skills in design classes or auto CAD. Could I still look for an internship? Should I still look for jobs that prepare for architecture ? Would any type of job in design be good enough for an architect major? I think I have about 5 to7 more years to go in school, is that enough time for the economy to get better for architecture?
I'm just starting to do some freelance web-design , but in all honesty I'm really estimating anything, especially how long something’s going to take. I'm looking for a good objective process for coming up with a quote for a job.
Any advice on this would be very helpful.
I am 16 and my goal in life is to become and architect.
What steps should i take to achieve this goal and what kind of schooling do I need to acquire to become the best possible architect I can be? I have heard I can get degrees to cut out other peoples jobs in the process of building a building by getting a "Drafts man" degree I think? Thus allowing me to make more money by doing the job of more than one person and still have it go along with my primary job. Is that possible?
I don't need a job (i'm young) but i was wondering what are good high paying jobs?
I have a detailed job description for them but have no idea where to find someone and we need this job filled. Any websites I could look at or blogs or something?
Im a very hard worker but I do not enjoy working with the public. I cant seem to find a job where you dont directly deal with customers.
I am a creative person who loves communicating with all kinds of people. I do not like to be sitting in a desk 24/7 and i dont want to be a lawyer or law enforcement. I Work Well with others and kind of like doing things My way. I like art math and solving problems. What kind of jobs are best for me? I have considered engeneering, art directors, advertising, marketing, sales, web and graphic arts. I really want to know what i should do they all sound great but i want to make sure i get the best job that fits me. Please anyone can help :)
I am a creative person and want to be able to utilize that but don't know where to begin. I prefer to work in an office type setting and want to earn my degree online. What kind of jobs are out there? What degree do I need to accomplish that?