If i goto Orlando Florida with like 2-3 years of experience, For a software engineer job will i have luck or is it not even worth it? What about in 5 years do you think it will change?
When i went to go talk to my recruiter, they tell me that we have engineering jobs available and that i needed to take the test on this day before the job opening closes. is that true?? i just want the truth i don't want to join thinking i have this really important job and end up painting the ships.
I have always wanted to be a part of the CG but i do not want a desk job or to work on ships or be an engineer. what field jobs do they offer?
What other jobs besides the actual construction of the transcontinental railroad, did it provide?
I am considering on joining one of the two branches and want to know what is better for my future. I am planning on becoming a mechanical engineer, which I believe is more Navy-related and was just curious what Marines do that differs from the Navy. I am also wondering if sailors also train with Marines at boot camp and what the Navy Seal does.
I need twelve and so far I've got: judge, psychologist, engineer (computer + electrical), pilot, flight analyst / spacial aerodynamics, mechanic, doctor, nurse, military officer. what else?
I really want to travel to European and Asian countries as part of my job, and live there for like a few years or something, because I love getting to know other cultures. I want to be able to make a decent living, too, so by the time I;m 30 I have a stable career and can have a family. I'm thinking like artist or diplomat or something, but does anyone have any other jobs that would work?
So years ago the London Docklands were not the same, and were regenerated. More jobs were created here, and the place is much more developed. But what kinds of job were there in the area before the regeneration occurred?
When i'm older i would love to travel around the world and have a job that allows you to do that. I've always been facsinated by other countries and their cultures and history. Any jobs that deal with that?
I'm just wondering what the highest paying jobs are out there that require the least amount of schooling or long term training to enter? Approximately what kind of annual income does each profession generate? Thanks in advance?
I mean, like a job that pays for your hotel, meals, & airfare expenses when you work for their company.
I need major help from Swiss Bank/or any banking professionals. The story goes likes this... My Father was in ship Engineer worked abroad in 1960 to 1970 while on job, he had opened an Swiss account. The information was told to my mother and his friend, but not given any details, she is still alive, when we called the Swiss Bank in UK & Hong Kong, (Normally travelled these countries, stamped on Passport)they told us that we have to give some kind of information in terms of Account number or nick name which they normally use to open the account. We have all his details in terms of Pass port, diary in which has written lots of details, but we dont know which Swiss account detail.
Can any one help me how to trace any lost account details, I am his Son. Thanks for your help.......
I have heard 'fairweather and clear horizons' is a common sailor's greeting. But when trying to look in the internet, it just does not come up. I deal with a lot of Masters and Chief Engineers and just wanted to impress them.
I would like to take nuclear engineering and i would think it would be most beneficial to do this in the navy rotc over others. Am i right? Would i be doing things that would prepare me to continue that career after college and military service? Are there many people that do this?
I need to know, i dont know what i wanna be when i grow up, right now i'm 15. I just dont know what im interested in. Well, i'm interested in $$$ if that counts. For sure i dont wanna be a doctor, and i was thinking to have something with engineering. I need to know how many paths are there in engineering. And can u describe what each of the engineering job do
I am studying diploma in EEE.I want to work in ship.What can I do?Is any more education needed like maritime courses?
I'm not sure about the other branches of the military but in the navy there are several forms of technical writing. They're called EOSS, AFOSS, and CSOSS. In turn each one stands for engineering operational sequencing system, aviation fuel operating sequencing system and combat systems operational sequencing system. The navy also has numerous technical manuals for different systems aboard ships. How does one get a job in assisting or writing said manuals?
I just got sworn in a few weeks ago to the navy, as an engineman. I was wanting to be on a carrier but didn't know if there was any jobs for the EN rate?
I am thinking about majoring in aerospace engineering, but I am entirely opposed to working on any missiles/fighter jets/things that will be used to kill people. If I were to work at a large corporation like Boeing, Lockheed, etc, would I be able to decide only to work on commercial air/spacecraft, or do they make you work on anything?
Reason why I'm asking is that my dad is a ship engineer. He's thinking of taking this job on one of these ships. I know LNG is stored at -260* F but I don't know the engine room temperature.