I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
Im dealing with Business Development in around Gold Mine. Regularly there are some jobs which should be done by local residents arround the mine as one way of capacitate them economically. These jobs needs legal and binding agreement/ contracts.
I need to train them so as they can know how to manage their projects/ contract better.
I want to study world history and get a degree in college what jobs can i get? besides a teacher or a museum person????
Well I joined the army to be a 68T. I have completed basic training.
Now that I have made it to AIT, I am being told that I do not qualify for the job. I need some advice on what i should do because I am only 18 Yrs old and have no clue what it is I should.
I graduated in 2003 with a BA in History. I didn't have any luck getting a job in the history field after college, and now I'm 2/3 done with my MA in Military History, which I will finish in August--although I won't get my diploma until December. I want to work at a museum or do historical research, but so many jobs require experience. I've got education but don't have any work experience in the history field, and I can't just volunteer because I need to pay the bills somehow.
I live in Alaska and want to move back to the Lower 48, but I need to get a job before I move, and it needs to be in late August or early September so I can move before winter comes.
Does anyone have some good advice for me? If you work in the history field, I'd especially like to hear from you.
Thanks for your answers so far--keep them coming! I didn't do internships before because I didn't know right away after college what I wanted to do. I've applied for a couple internships, but I don't know if I'll get them since so many internships actually want people to have experience. I'm not good in front of people, so I'm not really interested in teaching. I'm the type of person who likes to work behind the scenes.
Oh, in response to the other answer--about going into the military. I'm not interested in joining the military, although I definitely support our troops. I'm more interested in the history aspect. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
That you can deal with? As for being a lawyer, i mean. I know there are corporate lawyers, entertainment lawyers, and such? Can anyone tell me the vast majority of jobs as a lawyer and also what each one deals with summarized? That'd be great, thanks! =]
different law practices. Also, if anyone knows of widely popular book, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, what practice of law does Atticus Finch have?
I've been a paralegal for 2 yrs and i like it but i feel like im getting bored with it. i want to go back to school for something "in the law field" but im just now sure yet. Can anyone help me find some careers in the legal field.
I want to know what the highest position is for a Legal Secretary, if you don't mind I would like a list from the lowest to the highest. I have tried to search this myself and I had no luck. I appreciate your help. Thank you.
I was thinking it would be nice to work behind the scenes in a museum, but I would be poor. I'm a quiet person, so teaching doesn't appeal to me. And the government side of social studies bores me to tears. I just like history. Besides making a giant important discovery or writing amazing essays all the time, what job could I get?
I would also appreciate if you also explain in details what is the job and the earning and what are the options. .
Law, but doesn't want to be a courtroom lawyer, or a cop, or a prison guard.
I might want to become a combat medic for the Army, if I can't I'd go for the Infantry. What are the requirements to become a combat medic? Like degree, physical, anything.
Serious answers only
I've been harassed at work is that a potential law suite?
I mean, the system is kind of weird.
Do we really need both of them?
Couldn't one just do the job?
I'm sure there are other downsides to having 2 people present your case opposed to one, but idk.
I'm adding a bathroom,kitchen,and attic to be finished.I'm not sure if I should deal with electricians,plumbers,and drywallers myself individually,or go the contractor route and let them deal with all of it.I don't know anyone to ask for a recommendation about what to do.
I gave my social and wife's social to the banker, and information over the phone. He ran it through and said we're approved up to a certain amount. Now that we've found a home and signed a contract, he is saying maybe. Help!!!!
I was very successful in jobs where the last person who had my job quit. However, I've had three jobs where the previous person when had my job was fired, usually in the probationary period (and one where the person who had my job after me was fired too) and I was fired in my probationary period from two of them. I recently started a new job, where I thought that would change but they just fired the last girl they hired to do my job 2 days ago. I've been there for two weeks and have a six month contract. Their business isn't doing too well since I think they're deluded about the demand for their product. They said they like my work, so far. I'm a marketing specialist who is trying t find leads for them, maintain their website, deploy their email campaigns and, of course, justify my salary. I'm terrified that I'll lose my job again.
I have email proof of dialogue between me and the employer where he detail my wage for my services. I decided to start the job without a contract and now he came out with a contract where the rate is different. Can I sue him in the UK?
Does anyone have any advice?