Me and my friend are holders of Bachelors Degree in Aerospace Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Technology. Is it a good option to land a manufacturing job?
I have this title for a 12 mark essay: A manufacturing company is considering introducing robots onto its assembly line. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this.
Any pointers would be highly appreciated. I've gathered some adv/disadv already, but I need some more.
What kind of work do they do? What kinds of settings can they find a job at besides a normal vet clinic? Do they make enough money to support themselves?
What is the difference as far as what they do, between a certified veterinarian and a certified veterinary technician?
Ok so I'm 18 and just graduated and was wondering what kind of career paths there is for places like denso. I would like to do some type of tech school or a associate degree. I like to work with my hands. I'm also good at trouble shooting problems. Later on I would like to be in a supervisor position. Thanks for any input on jobs and wages!
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I have a job interview at Guitar Center and I am a female. I am at a loss of what to wear; I've never attended a job interview before. I also don't know what to wear since it's Guitar Center. Help!
Lots of people are intelligent but don't get on particularly well in school. I have a fairly high IQ, and I like learning things on my own, but I just don't like the academic environment. Unfortunately, so many jobs require degrees nowadays.
Maybe we can brainstorm some ideas? We're looking for jobs that require intelligence, but no degree.
I'm 21 and I am going to community college for my general ed. I also work and am expecting a child in Nov. I really want to provide for my family and i am going to need to decide soon on what i'm going to do. I understand that good jobs are few and far in between nowadays and any suggestions on a good computer related field to jump into would be great. I don't want to make the mistake of ending up with a useless degree or wasting my time.
your best guess? what is a test technician?
I am getting a degree in math and would like to know what jobs I can get. Thanks!
Would it be possible to just study for the certification test and pass it? Or do I need a Pharmacy Technician Certificate before I can take the test?
I know "it's gonna be hard to just take it without training" and "even people who train as techs don't pass the test." But I just want a straightforward answer. Thanks! :)
I know they have specific degrees and certifications for it. What if you have a four year degree in general biology, with no certification or work experience in a lab? Will some places train on the job? Is there a quick way to be a certified lab technician?
I really like chemistry and was wondering what the difference between a chemistry major and chemical engineering major are? I'm good at math too. so basically I'm looking for the difference between them and the types of jobs you can do with each one. if there is anyone with either major who could tell me that would awesome but anyone can answer this. is it possible to double major with both of them?
I want to know about the textile sector's future . Because, the fall in market and the toughest competitor china is growing, at such a fast rate.Whether these factors will be solved?how?Is the sector drowning?What about the future of textile employees and technicians?
I am just a few classes away from getting my Associates in Electrical Engineering. I currently have a Diploma in Industrial Electricity and have been working in industrial maintenance for 12 yrs. and am currently an electrical technician (10 yrs. multi-skilled and the last 2 yrs. strictly electrical due to a job change). I have returned to school to get my AAS in EE, so I would really like to know what possibilities I could expect.
I want to go to school to study electronics but I have some concerns. My father works in the same field but his job requires him to have a high level clearance. If I were to graduate. I wouldn't be able to get in the same field being that I have bipolar disorder. I was wondering if there were any other major groups of employers that would hire electronics technicians other than the defense industry. Also I would like to know if they make as much money as those who are employed in the defense industry.
I have a multiple visa that will expire this september. i would like to use it to go there to secure job. i have been in manufacturing company for 15 years, working as technician. but i am willing to take any job available if given a opportunity.
All the jobs where they need people are in Information Technology and Computer Science, so I'm going back to school. I consider myself to be fairly computer literate, but there seems to be a bewildering array of courses and programs offered by various schools, and even more confusing lists of requirements for applicants of open IT positions. What degrees, classes, certifications, skills, programming languages, or what-have-you are the best worth taking?
I am an indian. i want a job in australia & i want to settle there & work there.at present am working in a mnc in automotive parts manufacturing .i am a technician.my work is to production planning,operating robots,press machine upto 2000t,operating eot cranes,lathe machine,milling machine,radial drilling machine,surface grinding machine,welding works,gas cutting works,tool improvements,production improvements,etc.,
I am a rising junior in high school and I am trying to plan ahead so that I can start researching different colleges. I am interested in forensic science but I don't know what jobs would be offered to me out of college or if they will pay good money or not. What jobs would I be able to get out of college with this kind of degree?