I've looked up job possibilties...careers I might go with in the future, but I'm wondering if I've overlooked any possibilities.
I am writing a data table of 5 different jobs that would be needed in building and furnishing a shopping mall. I chose retail land developer, real estate agent, lawyer, architect, and interior designer. I have to also write how much knowledge of physics and chemistry should each worker know. Please help me, thank you!
Right now i'm 15 and invlolved in what i would want to be.
My main choice is to at least have a job involved with computer science.
What are the options on what i could be?
Are there any jobs in that field?
I find it interesting but would i be able to find a job?
If not what are some similar majors that are thriving?
What kind of jobs can i get?
I choose these options and Im not sure what job I could get with them:
Geography, Art, Electronics and Ict
I am doing my architectural senior thesis on a casino. i need to write the building program and having trouble researching this topic. if any one would know where go to find this kind of information it would be of great help. thank you
I wanted to take some folks' opinion here in regards to my potential employment, so please give me your honest response as if you were a recruiting manager.
i'll try to be as concise as possible
I've graduated from a university in virginia, with BS in Electrical Engineering, right before graduation i've had an internship with Power company, then after that worked with federal agency, but didn't involve much engineering, i worked there fore 3 years and half.
Then i decided, that this job wasn't inspiring at all in the long term, i wanted to be part of big projects, the reason BTW i had to accept the previous job, is because i came fresh of college broke and needed to support my family. So i applied to Virginia Tech, i got accepted for a master program int eh same field, right around the same time, i had mitigating family cirumstances that i had to be aborad for a period of time...So i was taking care of family memeber, i started a master program in Electrical engineering -control systems in France in a university "among the best in france", i graduated in sep 2012 , while there i wan't able to find a job in my career promptly, so i thought while looking for a job i'll being another program that is related and complimentary, i started a second master in sep 2012 in applied mathematics....now in April 2013, i am about to finish "the program in france is only one year if you have already another master"...
my concern now that i am returning to the states, i would like to know, how i should i answer this jump in my career, first being a job that didn't had engineering application, then going abroad and getting a second master degree in applied mathematics....i'm concerned that this would reflect as somebody who doesn't know what he's doing, when in truth it's just that job requires sometime and a bit of luck...., i'm keep thinking that all this detailes would likely to evoke a sense of instability from my side for an employer, i don't like too much explanation, and emotions in job interviews as we all know that is in fact viewed negatively.
Thanks a lot for your inputs
I'm looking to dig deep here...there's the obvious commercial and industrial jobs, such as computer hardware and software, electrical circuits manufacturing, defense contractors, but what else? All I really know of are patent inspectors. And other fields that you know of, please share, thanks!
Regardless of trade and salary, where is there like a supply shortage of qualified candidates or major growing demand?
I am thinking physicians in prairie provinces is always way at the top
Perhaps public accountants with knowledge of International reporting standards would be good for anyone in North America or abroad interested in working in Canada through the Visa process
But what about jobs involving production and innovation
Accounting, finance, stat, actuarial work pays quite well because they enable money management, but ironically these jobs do not create themselves. They exist because there are existing product and service markets driven by small businesses
And those small businesses if they are also financial institutions, are backed by some market that does something tangible.
If Canada wants to be more than just a byproduct of financial security of global productions, then there needs to be innovative fields that produce things that make life easier for ordinary people to do what they need to do to be satisfied in their lives
What are these things?
Tourism is another fun market but it's just a gift of nature's redistribution of sunlight and precipitation and climate and flora and fauna from some global citizens to others
But there seems to be 2 kinds of ways to strike it rich
One is to get money out of consumers however you can...this is the easier way but is not the best for long-term Canada culture
This is the virgin islands and Aruba method
Financial sector jobs and legal jobs combine into a game played between wealthy people and other wealthy people and it's a game but doesn't create new innovative wealth
Retail is just enslaving the developing world to work for the developed world
Medicine has some real value
But the most real value is sciences, engineering, manufacturing, knowledge of how to make things better
As far as long-term value created in Canada by Canadians
Based on my research
I would give top award to the Agricultural program at U of Manitoba which combines science and engineering techniques with Canada's earth and soil and labour and toil to improve Canadian agricultural exports by means of genetically modified technology
This is uniquely rooted wealth creation straight from
Canada as removed from global financial forces as possible. This is real Canadian wealth. Yes oil in Alberta sounds great but you can only drill what is there you can't make crude from sun and rain.
If so, how can I?
Or sustaining third world countries.
I need actual job titles.
He is skilled in electrical, plumbing, ac/heat and computers. He knows some construction and has been the maintenance director of a 600 plus unit apartment complex in a major city and has won regional awards for best maintenance group. He has been apartment manager of large complexes and successfully elevated these complexes from poor status to excellent. He has wonderful people skills and the ability to develope others potential to the highest level. He will need someone to give him a second chance.
He will be 34 when he gets out in August 2007.
Subject to change Job with modified grade
Beginning is my pleasure to extend to you sincere thanks and appreciation for what you attach attention and follow-up to improve work performance management and I also took the opportunity to express to you my pride and my sincere thanks for your support and encouragement continued to us, this reference to the above subject please you to kindly approving the amendment Named job with modified grade my where I joined work factory Jaber since 3 \ 3 \ 2010 profession industrial engineer and I'm currently work profession Maintenance Engineer and Assistant General Manager of Maintenance and you during my time in my factory is committed to regulations and laws company has performed a practical utmost efficiency and achievement and expanded the scope of my responsibility technically factory, administrative and developed my game, which then reflected on the productivity of the plant. This is evidenced managers direct and general manager.
I would also like to explain to you I bring with me 11 years of experience working in Egypt in the same area before practical company Al Jaber and the certificates and documents which confirm this and also carry international certificates in the field of specialty electrical and computer networks. All of these experiences are reported by the plant to the fullest and this is illustrated biography Li came with my address.
So I ask you to consider the above-mentioned subject
Doing stuff like heavy lifting,stuff like that
I need a career ASAP, because my family is struggling and I cannot afford to stay at my minimum wage job, I'm enrolling in classes and on the roster of available classes i saw Computer programing as well as IT training for building/Fixing computers, After I graduate and and intern and get certified what careers are available and where can I find them?
I really like computers and numbers but I don't really like science.
I am stuck between Computer Science/Electrical Engineering and finance/business.
the thing i don't like about comp science and electrical engineering are the those useless science classes.
What are the career opportunities for a finance or business major?( i don't want to do a sales job)
i was thinking of just doing business cuz i can do alot with it and finding something when i graduate.
I AM CONFUSED!!!
My 1st tip by myself is:
Say Less and Listen more !
I am sooo mad my printer is not working ... !
These are all Great ... Thanks so much my friends =)
I will let you all know somehow how it goes ... =)
And can you describe the experiance. I'm a high school senior. I don't know if I should go to college and do ROTC or just sign up for Navy now. I got a 99 on the asvab so getting into Nuke shouldn't be a problem.
Is there such thing as presidential guard?