What are some pros and cons of the job? Was the schooling really difficult? Do you have to deal with people often?
My family and I are looking to relocate to the UAE, either Dubai or Abu Dhabi. Although we would consider other up and coming areas.
I am an Architectural Technologist with experience in Project Management within the accommodation side of the Oil and Gas Industry.
1) What is the best way to find employment within Dubai or Abu Dhabi? (suitable employer/agencies)
2) Where is the best locations within each area to live
3) What is the best property websites to find suitable accommodation.
I will soon be interviewing to get into an X-Ray Program, and out of hundreds of applicants they only take 12 people. I want to make sure I am well prepared for this interview. Any questions that I should prepare for? Any thing that they might be looking for? Thanks
I would like to get into this career but I would like to know where they can work when they only have an associates degree.
If I had a degree in Fine Art, what are the possibilities I could have as jobs?
Does any one know about the differences and such ... is it worth it to get the bachalors degree for medical technologist since they do a lot of the same thing ? .. will the salary definitely be more? .. i dunno if this makes a difference or not either but i do live in minnesota ... anyone know the job outlook for them or anything ? .. i am just having a really hard time deciding if i wanna go to school for one of these and if so which one ... so anything helps here .. thanks so much !
I am going into the Surgical Technology class and I would like a little more information on the field. What are the benefits as far as the job demand
I need it for my speech prep and it's got to be in detail ! Thank you !
In any field, but mostly medical
A Multinational Company in Lahore offers employment opportunities for the following position.
Reporting to the General Manager and will be responsible mainly for the direct supervision and execution of all production activities and manage a team of skilled and experienced team of production operators.
The candidate is expected to meet following requirements:
•Have fairly good idea of production scheduling, inventory management and process efficiencies.
•Possess knowledge of internal audits, GMP, HACCP, ISO documentation system, its surveillance and implementation.
•Must be fully conversant with Industrial Safety requirements and relevant key indicators.
•Should have good interpersonal and communication skills.
•Be computer literate and familiar with latest MS Office package.
•Be a team player, Honest and very Hardworking.
•4-5 Years experience in Multinational Pharmaceutical/Food Industry
•M. Sc. Chemistry/Food Technologist/DAE
REQUIREMENT: Analyze the above job advertisement and find out;
I have been invited into the Surgical Tech program at my local community college.
Upon graduation, what is the job market like for this career choice?I don't want to waste my
money or my time towards a field that is not hiring. I would appreciate feedback from individuals who
are in this field presently. Thanks..
Well first of all im doing my degree and considering going onto do my masters but im curious ...does anyone have any good ideas of jobs that i could take up after? anything!!
I've been looking into being a surgical technician. Is anyone out there in that field? I have read plenty of websites with descriptions, thats not really what I'm looking for. I'm looking for an idea of what you really do day to day, where you work, worst parts of the job, and what you like about it. Any info I suppose. Thank you for any help!
Like I said, I've read through all those web sites. I've actually read that entire page before. Please don't copy and paste, I'm looking for some actual experience.
What can I work after I get my college diploma (I heard Civil Engineering Technologist)... WHAT ELSE with just diploma? what's salary in 1 month and is it easy to live there and start your self from scratch.
Hi, I'm currently a freshman in high school andI really love photography. (Trust me I know a lot more than what most people my age know. [Composition, camera settings, how to use film cameras, etc.]) Anyways, I really want to study it as people are saying that I have a natural eye for it, but I don't know of any stable jobs, besides teaching it. Are there any other jobs that pay well?
Oh and I'm also good in Photo retouching/Graphic arts.
Im 18, a senior, and still have no idea what i want to do in life. im a tad lazy, but thats because i lack motivation. However i acually have a good work ethic when i feel like doing something,money is involved, or its something i want to do. Anyways, what are good jobs that only require high school diploma. i would go to college, but im worried about the money for it, and i dont know what i want to do. Basically im asking whats a high paying job that doesnt suck too much and doesnt require any/much college. If i do attend college, id like to have a stable job at first to get cash for it anyways. -thanks for your time.
Hello, my name is Andy. I graduated the Electrical Engineering Technology program in Canada. I would love to move to Australia to live.
Can someone please tell me what employment resources I can count on for information and procedure. I have found quite a few but most of them are not designated to help foreigners with information and job hunting.
Also, what state are the most responsive to labor market now in Aussie?
I really want to come to Aussie to live and to gain my work experience and I wouldn't care much about the benefit package or salary as long as I earn enough for living.