So I have a Chemistry major and math minor. I got a job offer as Market Research Assistant. It's temporary and rather low-paying but I'm sure it will be a valuable experience for me. Will having this experience for a few years help me set my foot in becoming a market search analyst? I'm interested in doing market research in pharm/biotech industries.
Currently I am a senior in college with a major in communication studies, emphasis in public relations, and I have a minor in international business. I've also taken 3 semesters of statistics courses and studied abroad in France. Is this a strong college background to start to work in market research? What are some entry-level jobs that I should look for in market research/marketing? Would a marketing internship help prepare me for a career in market research? Other suggestions please?
What would I be expected to do in this job? For a job that could be described as Marketing assistant.
Providing administration support to one Brand Manager
Dealing with agencies over the telephone
Preparation of presentations
Dealing with sell through analysis
Liaising with suppliers over the telephone
All general brand assistance to the Brand Manager.
I am desperately seeking a new career and after completing a marketing certificate at The Wharton School, I would really like to pursue something in the marketing field. My experience has been in higher education administration, working with students, and planning events for both students and alumni. I'm looking for advice on how to best market my skills, abilities and enthusiasm to try and break into the marketing world.
Please help. I need a suggestion on how I can get a job I have a 4 year degree in food and nutrition from va tech from year 2000. I have not had a job since 2005. My experience was in research assistant.
I'm just wondering if the paralegal certificate would actually get me a legal assistant job, which is not what im going for. Is there a difference between the one year extra of school? For jobs, pay, ect? I have my AA and I'm wondering what step I should take to become a paralegal.
For the major part of the job i will be assistant to the Managing Director of the company for about 1-2 weeks a month, he lives in another country. When he is not here i would be working with the International Marketing Dept. as an assistant.
The job entails secretarial duties, i know, but what kind of questions can i expect?
If you have pointers how i should answer, those will be welcomed.
Ok little detail i worked at this company temporarily before (clerical work nothing fancy) on two separate occasions while on semester break from university. 6 months both times.
I want to get my first assistant manager job at Radio Shack. I have worked at a Super Target for a year. They trained me in 13 different positions including everywhere from backroom, flow team, instocks, hairlines, softlines, market, signing, presentation, cashier, cart attendant (to clean up chemical spills), guest services, and also electronics. I know the bases of sale and I am very good at taking on a lot at one time. I know in a position like that I would definitely make more than I do now... but I just wanted to know if I would even be considered.. please help?
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
Please list the types of jobs you can get with each degree. I want to know what would be best for me. Thanks =]
What is the best direction to getting a job in Social Work?
Are there in-house on the job training, or do you have to have qualifications up to a certain level?
Can anyone please answer this for me as i need to make a decision on how to quickly change my career choice and gain new qualifications to get into Social Work.
I am finishing up my Bachelors degree in Marketing and will be starting my MBA following. I am wondering what different professions are out there and a job description with them for those with a marketing degree.
I know of these:
What are many others that I may be interested in? I would like to research these different professions and what they entitle. Thanks for the help.
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
I have no idea what questions they will ask as I've never looked for this type of job before and they are not looking for experienced people as full training is given.
I would really appreciate some help :)
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
I'm hoping to get a contract in the next couple of days, but no one can clarify why some Universities use the "Assistant Teaching Professor" status instead of simply "Assistant Professor."
I've heard that "Assistant Teaching Professor" is not as higher of a rank, but no one can tel me why or what the difference is.
Your input would be most appreciated!
I am thinking about working for a magazine company when I'm older. What are all of the different types of jobs you can get there? Especially jobs that have to do with design and leadership, because those are my two talents.
Thanks in advance!
Re Interior designers respected money wise, world wide?
How much do they gain in most of the countries? like enough to make living?
or its not a popular Job?
I want to be a librarian when I get older, but I have heard that it's hard to find a job as a librarian nowadays. However, I've also heard that, in the next decade, librarians will be retiring and the job openings will become good. This would be perfect for me, because I would complete high school, my bachelors degree, and my MLS in roughly nine or ten years. Does anybody know if this is true? And if not, how could I up my chances of getting the job?