Hey! Im only a 15 year old boy but I have ambitions on becoming part of an advertising agency helping clients with their developed products for their customers possibly in ny since I live there. I came here to ask what do I need to take in high school that will look good on my resume for the certain college i need to go to to become part of an agency. I'm really good at art particulary in drawing/photography/graphic design [if theres other skills that i will need just tell me]. Basically can someone just tell me the process im going to need to go through to be become part of an advertising agency?
ok can someone please give me a straight out answer seesh immature weirdo.
and does anyone know any good agencies out there in ny
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
Basically, I live in Australia and plan to continue living there, but I want a job in both forensic anthropology and psychology. I was wondering if this would be possible, especially in Australia.
I can't decide between the two...
Does anyone also know the pay range for either of these in Aus dollars? And where could I study these (which uni) in either New South Wales or Victoria?
I have worked in Childcare nurseries for the past 5 years and have reached the level of being the Toddler room supervisor which means I'm on around £7 per hour and am responsible for 8 two year olds and have an assistant working with me, this involves planning and paperwork at work and in my own time.
I have recently been offered a Nanny position for £8 per hour looking after 1 two year old by myself with no paper work.
Pros & Cons for each
Any one switched from one to the other ?
What kinds of jobs can you do and what kinds of things do you do
I worked at a radio station selling advertising. When I would ask my supervisor and boss how a marketing / advertising agency works, the answer I would get is...it's not worth your time or hard work. I have since quit my job due to, well, my boss was a tyrant, but that's irrelevant. I have run into a couple of my old clients that have asked me to handle their advertising, but I have no idea how to charge them or how I get paid by the advertising avenues. Can someone please tell me, how does an advertising agency get paid? Please be specific...thank you!
I am a freshman psychology major.
Should I major in psychology and then work in advertising later? How do I get the coursework needed for internships then? Do I transfer to a school with advertising? Is psychology useful for advertising?
Any thoughts are appreciated!
I have spent days on the internet talking with recruiters, job placement faculty, and even some career counselors. They all tell me I need to narrow my search but I don't know the titles to some of the positions I qualify for.
I'm looking for a job ladder kind of thing -- a chart telling me all the positions, in order of power and status in the company -- can anyone help me please?
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
Media buyer/planner, promotions manager, public relations representative, department supervisor, and service manager. the best in depth one will be best answer because i am looking to go in to one of these careers. your personal opinions are welcome.
I currently work in security for a hospital and a college and im wanting to start my own security company (im currently a supervisor for a company but im not the owner). I would like to start with doing neighborhoods and gated communities, i know they have them cause i have been looking into the ones here in my area. I was just wondering how i could go about bidding and pricing for something like this. What kind of licenses would i have to have and what kind of insurance and anything else i might possibly learn would be of great help.
I want to know about career prospect in advertising design.
The job I want has a HUGE pay range. I am wondering if the pay is determined by the location (because they are hiring in many many cities), or only by experience. I currently make very very close to the high end. Will the pay be limited because I am in a smaller city? or will I be paid close to what I get now, if I am hired.
I've been in mine for 4 years, prior to it I used to be out going, enjoy life but gradually I have become angry, frustrated, bitter and worst of all have 0 confidence left. To cut a long story short, took a job, employers son also started same time, he got my job which was advertised with 0 experience, I got his cr*ppy job with my 10 years experience which is basically a trainee role and have been treated like a doormat since, while he is now supervisor.
Consider that most of the cashiers, cooks, servers and other staff last for at most a year, occasionally longer. Some are just summer staff or casual/special events. Why do they do this? To deceive? It is also not an ideal job or career. E.g. some retired people and housewives work at diners for extra money as well as college students.
I believe they are the ones who help choose the most appropriate songs for the movie/soundtrack. I have a bachelor's degree in journalism/advertising/marketing. would i have to go back to school for a degree in music? or whom (positions/titles) would i have to get in touch with to learn more and break into this industry? I have a knack for music in terms of finding what's appropriate for different moments, emotions, etc., but I know that's not enough. Any guidance is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?