I graduated with a degree in Finance in 2002, but I was unable to find a finance job. I took a job as a buyer for a manufacturing company, but now I want to get back into finance. One thing I don't want to do financial consulting. What is the easiest way to get into the financial world?
I am 15, and for my whole life had had a fascination with guns. Hell, I just bought my 6th. Since im getting older, I need to start thinking about jobs. I have great grades, am athletic. I plan on,attending a 4 year college. What should I major in? What jobs should I look at?
I have been working legally in the US for over 12 years. I renew my work visa every 2 years and have all my paperwork to prove it. Have credit score of over 800. Have 5?0?own payment saved. Would like to buy a manufactured home. Can i qualify?
Please help me, any jobs at all that you know of, thank you soo much:))
Okay let’s start from the beginning. With the dying job market there will be a increased interest in alternative ways to make money for the average American. The option most Americans will probably be looking toward will be new/small businesses. The government’s red tape combined with the competition makes it virtually impossible for a new business to survive. If the government were to lessen their control over small businesses by means of zoning laws, permits, inspection costs, and taxes, the possibility of creating a new business would become a more viable option for mainstream Americans. Though American should not expect to become super rich, rather instead hope to make enough to replace the income they lost.
For the business that don’t just survive but rather thrive this would increase the amount of jobs available for those who can’t handle their own business. For when a business grows to a certain size the government should create a new type of government job. This new position is one that people are trained in the fields of economic decision making and smart business planning. Once a business grows to the point where it employs say 1000 people, a person trained for this position is sent by the government to monitor and advise the company and find the best ways for the company to not go under, preventing the loss of jobs to many Americans. Though this person has no actual power and is strictly an advisor.
When a company grows to ten times this size (10,000 employees) a higher ranking government employee, with a higher level of training comes in. This government employee has more power than the previous. This one has voting power of ten percent of the company, and also has the authority to release information about the companies decision making to the government and recommend whether the government should intervene more with the company.
If the previous government employee recommends more government intervention and the government’s review of information provided is reasonable enough then the government should launch an investigation into the company and it past business practices. If it turns out that the company is at risk of going under or outsourcing then the government should create a list of possibilities for preventing the loss of American jobs and sit down with the company owner(s)/ Executive officers and attempt to determine a viable option.
If a viable option can be reached and the owner(s)/ Executive officers refuse to take it then the company must pay 50?f the salary to all employees that are to be laid off until they are able to find another position paying more than 60 ?f their previous income, or pay for the employee to be retrained in the field of the employees choice. If no viable option can be found then there is no way that it may be prevented and therefore will be no penalty as long as the company gives adequate notice to its employees and stockholders.
I believe this is a very fair way government could get companies to compromise on what's best for the company as well as what's best for the employees. And therefore best for the economy. What do you think?
You don't have to read this^^^^ If you don't want to, just tell me you plan instead.
Okay, here's the story my wife and I are selling our house and the buyer paid for a home inspection. The inspector found that when the heating and air unit was installed,they did not put a Romex Connector in the breaker panel. The inspector said that the wiring was not up to code.
I called the company that did the installation and they sent a man out who fixed it in 10 or 15 minutes. Well I get a bill for over 2 hundred dollars in the mail 2 days later,
I explained to to them the day I called for service that this was something that should have been done when they very first installed the unit. We even have the Extended Warranty
The inspector said that the wiring was not up to code.
I definitely feel that we should not have to pay for this.
What do you think, what is your advice? How do I word a conversation with customer service about it?
Thank's , I appreciate it.
My problem with the bail out is that it won't end if nobody is going to buy the cars. I don't want to see 3 million people lose jobs, nor do I want to see the government continue to pump money into something that isn't going to succeed.
You comments please?
In terms of jobs in general, crime rate and people in general.
Also why Windsor apartments are so cheap to rent as compared to other places of same size.
When all the major companies that pay a living wage have closed down U.S. operations and have moved to other countries, who will buy their products? Are there enough millionaire CEO's to buy everything produced? The average american will not be able to puchase products. A lot of americans now work two and three jobs just to try to make ends meet.
Productivity growth once was a sign of technical progress.
It s easy to measure how many hours are needed to produce a car. With the rise of services, problems appear. But what is the productivity of schools, hospitals, lawyers ?
With the rise of imports in industrial products other problems appear.
Some value added disappears in the home country, but if the product is bought cheaper from elsewhere, and if it is an intermediate product, the buyers of that product enjoy a higher value added, hence higher productivity.
So if we replace 100 manufacturing jobs by 100 service jobs, the GDP numbers go false twice.
1 the value added of the services is estimated to be the wages paid, since there is no measuring of the output.
2 the value added of those who buy the foreign intermediate product is boosted because the price paid for it is lower than before.
So may be there is absolutely no real productivity growth but only a better allocation at market prices. what if they change?
The problem of services is a problem of "micro" but it affects the meaning of the macro. If the economy was 100?ervices what would an increase in productivity mean ?
Indeed buying overseas is cheaper. But that does not mean it improve technical efficacity. Hence a higher productivity does not mark any technical progress, it only shows that efficiency has been improved by exploiting the inequal level of prices worldwide. So when higher productivity meant better production techniques it may now mean higher use of foreign cheap labor.
This is a problem because where as technical progress is quite stable, the price of labor is related to the currency relative price. So if China reevalues 50?or instance, how many productivity gains disappear ?
Of course education could also be seen as an investment, that only adds to the need of reworking national accounting procedures.
I'm looking to apply for a job as a cashier at Wal Mart and was wondering what Wal Mart usually pays for this position. Thanks!
I have no credit. I'm 19 years old. I have no co signer. But I need a car. I work a job, making 7.80 an hr, 30-40 hours every wk, I also make tips but can't prove that bc we aren't required to report them. Anyway, I'm looking at a 2010 Ford Focus, $8,975, 92,569 mi.
If I can put $1,000 down on the loan, do you think I could get a loan to get this car?
I would appreciate anyone pointing me in the right direction towards maybe a template or information on what is required so I am able to get the manufacture underway. Would appreciate all help on this matter.
I have changed my job and now i am working in export company but i don't know the procedure of exports the goods,
So I want to major in Merchendising but I wanna know the schools in California . Can I go to a 2 yr and transfer ? Is their a college or is it an art school? Or my other choice would be something in health but I don't like the idea of medical school ... But I want a decent earning in the future ... And I want to KNOW will there be jobs for these 2 fields in 10 to 20 yrs ?
My wife and i found a waterfront manufacture home with an acreage of land. My wife is not comfortable with our buying agent because the company for both the selling and buying agents are under one parent company call Ziprealty.
our agent explained that he represent our interest and he is from a different brokerage (seller agent is from federal way and buyer agent is from puyallup). Nevertheless, my wife insists that i do research a little furhter if this is entirely possible. meaning to say, will he actually acts in our BEST interest?
I worked in resarch and design for a large corp. My job was stealing patents. I would expect to have this idea stolen, just the same.
Dealerships have been selling a lot of cars for the past month. Many people with old car in their driveway came in and trade for car with more fuel friendly. Car dealerships across the nation selling more cars than 2 months ago. GM, Chrysler and other manufactures say they will make more cars and more jobs to meet the demand for CARS program. My questions are What will happen next to car dealerships and manufactures when the Cash for Clunkers end? Will consumers buy cars and dealers sell more and manufactures make more cars?
Should the government take over the banks and the Big Three American auto makers? Is not this worse than welfare when three CEO's fly into Washington DC on three separate private jets and ask for $25,000,000,000.00
TWENTYFIVE BILLION DOLLARS? This is like black mail, is it not? If they fail, thousands and thousands more will lose their jobs, businesses, and homes, yet there is no guarantee that they can gain the car buyer trust and out sell Toyota Nissan, Honda or Volvo after they get this money. What needs to be done?
I want to know about like the people that draw up the designs for the jewelry not the people who make it. I wanted to know after you draw up your designs where do you take them? To like a jewelry store? I don't know, I also wanted to know around how much money you make doing that? Thank you.