I have experience being a social media expert but as a mother of 2 now i want to work as a freelancer. Guys, please tell me some decent websites or recruiters who can provide be social media jobs. Thanks in advance!
For my media coursework i need to find out what (roughly) is the most commonly found media jobs in east Anglia. Any ideas :L
I speak hausa as well as english. I am a trained journalist. I need a media job. I have well over 5 years of experience. where do I turn my searchlight?
Have you guys heard of social media job opportunities like getting paid by posting facebook comments or tweeter? I got this buzz from my sisters' friend, but no idea how authentic is this? If this is indeed real -- as in real opportunity? Do you know any site where i could get started? (that is tested and real also and not scam) -- thanks!
I really want to get into journalism and workin for a newpaper or a journal or a magazine. I am working as a software engineer and have 7 years of IT experiance. Please suggest me or advice me how to land in media jobs ... i mean journalism .. For example. as a sub editor for a leading english news paper. Thanks in advance
Which universities should I be considering ( in Canada) if I want to specialize in media studies? One that will be able to give me an edge at landing jobs at big media corporations such as NBC, CBS and Warner etc.. Are there any universities in Canada that could help get you on the path to the upper echelon media jobs ? Thank You, all answers will be very much appreciated.
My brakes are grinding really badly and the place I am looking at bringing my car to says (online) that in the way of cost, it'll be a "medium job," but it doesn't say how much a "medium job" costs. Does anyone have any idea?
I'm graduating college soon and will be attending many interviews and career fairs. I want to know if it's ok to wear lowtop chucks with dress pants and a nice top or a pants suit. I hate wearing heels and other kinds of dressy shoes are ugly. I know I have seen other people doing it but do you think it will make the wrong impression? I am 24 and looking for a media job, preferably for an online publication.
I am looking for a media-related job in central Oregon. I have a degree in broadcast-journalism and a strong desire to get into the broadcast field but no jobs are panning out for me. Can someone offer any advice?
I have 4 year experience in the field running CAT5, CAT6, 25 pair/66 blocks, installing routers, switches, hardware, software, telecom, VOIP, RJ45, etc... I'm looking for some small to medium jobs.
Pls help... Thanx!
There are Functional (manifest function, latent function, and latent dysfunction), conflict theory, and symbolic interaction.
This is what I have so far please help expand
Manifest: Jobs, $, entertainment
Latent: media jobs (jounalists, anchors ect..)
Latent Dysfunction: ?
Benefit: players, coaches, owners
Symbolic Interaction: ?
You hear in the media that jobs are being cut rapidly and that the economy is facing very tough times, then you start thinking about what might happen to you and your job. soon enough you start preparing for something that might never happened by cutting back on spending or not investing in the market. is this correct?
I am canadian and before even thinking of applying to an american job, i was wondering if any broadcast media related jobs will even get through for the TN visa as this job is not under the NAFTA occupations?
Are the media losing jobs or gaining jobs by reporting all the bad news to us? To me it seems like the place to be is the media because they living high on the hog by constantly scaring the public into a fear gripping ression. Its obviously not the medias fault we are having a recession but it would be a lot better if they were not reporting constant bad news and causing fear. They are responsible for compounding and perpetuating that fear while simutaneously having the best years they've ever had for themselves.
Also, how is the media itself tightening up on overspending tax payers money?
Did I miss a memo?
I worked at a news media job for 10 years.
Now I can't even look at the news, so I tend to miss the latest.
I stay reasonably informed, because I've come to realize that if it can't be researched in one year, it's not really an important event anyway.
So, anything new about Mother Theresa, why everybody is suddenly harping on her as though she was an absolutely hateful human being?
This is not my major, im just curious..are media communication jobs in demand?
I am an Indian from the U.S. I watch many Indian films and know lots of things about India most people don't know.
But my question really asks why lighter skin is considered better looking than darker.
Are not most Indians dark anyway? The answer is we are with exceptions- the people who usually land in media jobs.
I don't understand it. If the British were so cruel to Indians, why are their looks and behaviors envied throughout India?
Was it colonial mentality or what?
I just want good answers please, thanks.
For the record, I live in California; I know state standards have an effect on a question like this. Also, if you're not planning on directly answering the question, please read the long version before commenting.
I would like to be able to graduate a year early - I'm currently a sophomore going to the closest public high school, but as soon as I get let out for summer I'm hoping to be able to start right away and be done with highschool by the end of the school year, if not by the end of the actual year (~Late December 2013). What are some (preferably faster/easier, I do a ton outside of school) options? Whether it’s college prep or not doesn't matter.
I'm a sophomore student a year older than my grade who doesn't get along with the people my age. I currently go to the local public highschool, but plan on transferring out to some form of online or homeschool system at the end of the year. That’s what I need help with picking. At my school, everyone is extremely immature and stupid, and no one seems to think things through before they do them. But ironically, by definition, I'm a poor student - I don't turn in all my work, I have a horrid time focusing, and it feels like the lessons being taught should last five minutes, but are stretched out to last an hour.
I’ve thought about taking honors classes, but practically all of people I know who do spend the majority of their time doing homework. That honestly wouldn't work for me because of how much I do outside of school - I currently hold an internship at an IT (industrial data continuity and disaster recovery, specifically) company, and I’m the local music/recording guru (along with computer and other media gigs/jobs I’m given). Because music and tech are the two things I would like to base my career(s) in, I figure those are more important because I’m learning skills that I can use for the rest of my life as opposed to random information that I’ll forget less than a year after I graduate.
I don’t plan on going to college (at least not right away, but I’m not completely ruling out the option). I have a buddy I plan on moving up to Nashville with and opening a recording studio once I get out of highschool - I know, in the long run, the odds of it working out are almost none, but I figure it’s an adventure. And anyway, in the music business it’s not about education, it’s about who you know (and sometimes your talent). My plan B would be to go into some field of the computer/tech industry (assuming music didn’t work out). The same person who got me the internship I work now has told me that he’d be glad to help me out, and that he’d hire me without a second thought wherever he’s working. One of the things we talked about was how, in that industry, it’s all about experience because when you go to college to learn the same thing, you’re learning things that are a year or two (if you’re lucky) behind what’s actually out there. So neither my plan A nor plan B require a college degree, which is why that isn’t a huge priority to me.
Ever since 2nd grade I’ve had a horrible time learning in a classroom environment (as of 4th grade it was psychologist proved, haha no joke). I’ve always learned better at a faster pace (helps keep my attention), and I’ve always learned best teaching myself things. I’ve taught myself how to sing, play guitar, piano, drums and bass, do all the music production I do, build, fix (and break, haha) computers and other electronic equipment. I feel like it would be awesome to do school at home where I can pace myself as well as teach myself the content. I talked to my academic counselor about independent studies, but because of the way our school system is set up only people with physical medical conditions can be a part of that program.
These are only a small portion of the reasons why online schooling (or some form of homeschooling) appeals to me. So, that being said, what are some faster paced/easy online schools or homeschool curriculums that I could graduate from by the end of next school year, if not ~December 2013?
I have just graduated in Media and Drama (Laugh now if you want) from Uni.
I had an interview for a Media Sales job (selling advert space on websites) last week and they've asked me in again. The money is good, 19k, with up to 30k if all targets are reached
My real passion is radio broadcasting, but I feel I need to make some good money first.
Is this a good career move for money purposes?
I've been called for an interview regarding the above post and I don't want to seem like I know nothing. Also what salary should I expect.
And is it a good offer to commit to, as I would like to be shifting into media related jobs in the near future, so should I take this up in the meantime? Or shouldn't I? I'm young (my first job) and obviously confused. What do I do?
OK I'm 22 and the company is Emirates bank.