My husband only has his GED but he is looking too see what kind of schooling or training he needs to work for the government. For example, Transportation Security Inspector.
I dont know what requirements there are or what training or school he can do to be eligible.
DETAILED information would be great.
Serious answers only please
any information on any other jobs would be good. We just don't know where to start. Like a post office job ?
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
I do not have any military or police service, just an associate degree in criminal justice. What jobs could I land with this degree? Thanks.
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'm doing some research for a paper and I need to know the different types of jobs to do with criminals, I know there are the obvious police officers, private investigators, undercover police officers but what are the less known jobs out there? And what do they do?
I'm planning to major in criminal justice and probably minor in forensic science/investigation. Are there any career positions that I could work with criminal justice degree without having to carry a gun? I also dont want to work as a lawyer or legal field related
I also want to know is it possible to get a job as a crime analyst, criminologist, or anything similar with criminal justice degree?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
Now I am still a little bit a way from having a job. I have always worked with horses and cannot see my life without them. I am still learning a lot about MEMORIZING (key words I really know them just not memorized) the parts of the horse and its skeleton. And all the diseases and systems (like the digestive) of the horse. I just want to know what different jobs you can have like vet or farrier or that teeth guy. List as many as possible please! And please do not spam me with a million repeats. I really want all of the horse jobs thank you sooo much!
I am 13 and I have been working with horses since I was 4 or able to talk. Dont judge me I had speech problems. Now I talk fluently. And I own 3 horses. A thirty year old, Am training a 3 yr old with my sister and my horse that is good for good 12 yrs old. I am not looking for jobs that suit me, but every horse job. I want to work with horses so bad when I grow up. I have a lot of responsibilities. My mom hates horses and is basically only a ride whenever she is awake. My dad has a job in Ohio and he comes home on weekends. He is pretty bad at riding. my parents are in divorce and my sister is going to the military and is always at work and is good with horses. My other brothers and sisters are married and not in state. So i am really experienced and responsible for the food water hay de-worming and vet check ups. ( I do not pay for it)
And what are some other jobs similar to a detective or FBI agent?
I want to study civil engineering because it sounds exciting and I get to be outdoors, but I tend to hear some negative things said about them such as they like to drink, they are unqualified engineers, etc. What are some general opinions people have about civil engineers, positive and negative?
Also if there happens to be any Civil Engineers out there, what do you think of your jobs?
Public sector should account for all federal, state, and local government employees and funded projects with all of the involved contract workers, government funded research grants, government funded projects contracted to private industry (e.g. Intel, Boeing, Microsoft, Dell, United Technologies, Google, Bechtel, KBR, Sikorsky), all consultants contracted by the government, yearly road and highway construction and repair projects, museums and national parks services, armed services, government investigators and security organizations, teachers, police, fire departments, public servants, public attorneys, judges, prison employees, water and sewage employees, city trash, recycling services, transportation, urban planning, inspectors, all other government employees, state university employees and professors, public health employees, social workers, politicians, etc.
And without doing ATPL, and Type Rating.
Please just list some examples; don't just post a bunch of different sites. If I wanted to search through dumb websites, I'd just Google my question.
I went to school for 3 years but never actually got an actual degree because of various circumstances.
I just graduated with an associates in civil engineering technology and currently work as a surveyor for a civil engineering consulting firm. I want to continue my education towards a BS in regular civil engineering, but the math is becoming very difficult.
I do not want to go college and would like to see how i can still earn alot of money without getting a degree
What courses would you have to take?
Looking into possibly studying criminology in college, i want a low risk, well-paying job. Possibly forensic psychologist? help! thanks
low risk as in i dont want to have to be carrying a gun and die on the job. not everyone wants to risk their lives on a daily basis.
What is a supervisory veterinary medical officer and what do they do? I am interested in becoming a vet and i saw this and was wondering what it is.
The hwy I-275 and I-75 in Tampa was 3 lanes each way. After 3 years of constructions, they hwy do not have any additional lanes. What they did was fixing the shoulder lanes and resurface the roadway. I think they the hwy need at least 5 lanes each way. I drive 20 miles to work takes me 1hr 15 minutes. At downtown tampa, hwy I-275 has 2 lanes, hwy I-4 has 2 lanes, they merge together and become a 3 lanes. It takes you 15 minutes just to get pass this couple miles of merging. What the hhellll are they thinking? why they spent so much time and money just working on the shoulder lanes? Are they all stuuupiid iidioots woring for Florida Department of Transportations?