I have an interview for a Parks and Recreation Supervisor job on Tuesday. I get so mixed up every time this question comes up and I want to make a favorable impression at this interview. What would be some responses that I could say if this question comes up?
I have to conduct a interview with a parks and recreation facility supervisor tomorrow morning for my sports management class and have to think of 10 quality questions to ask the guy. Questions can be geared toward job qualifications, responsibilities, experience, current position, and future issues. im trying to avoid asking real basic questions. any help would greatly appreciated.
What are a few jobs I could get into with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Fitness Management?
With or without further schooling, please add if further schooling is required though. What pay rate could I aspect to receive?
I'm also planning on double majoring in Spanish, and I really want to work in Las Vegas. Basically, my question is what can I do with these degrees? I'm not sure yet if I want to work in a casino, hotel, or restaurant but after graduation what kinds of jobs should I look for?
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
I know that a associates degree isnt much but is it possible to find a job with an associates degree in sociology? I want to get a bachelors degree but are there any options for jobs with someone with a associates degree?
I need a list of jobs connected with the tourist industry. I've got a few but i need 30 overall. Any ideas?
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
I have a B.S. degree in Sports Management. It's been very difficult to find something Full time in this field. I have done countless unpaid internships and my current supervisors adore me in my part time positions. However I have come to a point in my life where part time just isn't enough. What careers in other fields would my degree be a good fit for? Or what careers require a bachelors but not in any specific subject?
Okay, I'm in 11th grade! Well, I wanna go to the University of Florida! Go Gators ;) I was just wondering what kinda of jobs I can get in Agriculture? I know what categories there is but can you please name types of jobs and explain what the mean and little words not being words haha! Thanks it means a lot!
On Thursday night I stepped down wrong, or something, and my got a sharp, stabbing pain on the outside of my knee. It happened a couple times before I said anything to my supervisor, and then later when I went back to my office it happened again and hurt even worse. My sup gave me some ice and I stayed off of it for the rest of the night. When I got home that night I noticed there was a little swelling where the pain was. This morning the swelling has increased and it tried to go out from under me again with the same sharp pain. The muscles had been feeling really tight around the joint for a little while before this happened. Never had any issues with my knee before (just my ankles) and I have no clue what I did. Need to get this taken care of quickly though because I work as a recreation assistant and being physically active is part of my job. Is the little "pouch" that is swollen is actually a fluid build up. Know I need to talk to a doctor but I don't get paid until Thurs.
I don't get paid until Thurs and not even sure I'll have the money to go see a doctor then. Not really sure what I did to it, never had issues with my knee before. I didn't fall or anything it just gave out. If it is fluid build up is there anything OTC to relieve it?
If people think you are inexperienced or think they should have gotten the promotion instead?
obviously do a good job, but how else
WASHINGTON — U.S. commanders in Iraq are rejecting a recommendation by Army mental health experts that troops receive a one-month break for every three months in a combat zone, despite unprecedented levels of continuous fighting and worsening risks of mental stress.
Instead, commanders are trying to give troops two to three days inside heavily fortified bases after about eight days in the field, said Brig. Gen. Joseph Anderson, chief aide to the ground forces commander in Iraq, Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno.
"We would never get the job done of securing (of Baghdad) if we went out for three months and came back" for one, Anderson said.
U.S. forces in Iraq spend more time in combat without a break than those who fought in Vietnam or World War II, according to Army psychologists who studied troops in Iraq.
What do you think?
I'm getting ready to start taking some online classes. I've narrowed it down to 3 majors.
Can someone tell me out of the 3 listed what would be a better choice. What types of jobs could I do with each? I want to Major in something that I can actually use and find a good job with.
What can you do with a Bachelors degree in Psychology?
And what can you do with a Doctorate Degree in Psychology?
Please answer both questions.
What exactly do you do if you major in Parks, Recreation, and Fitness classes?
I'm a Jr. in high school & I still have no clue what i want to major in I read a little article for this and I thought it sounded kind of cool.
but I'm not to sure what you would do, so please help me.
I'm thinking about majoring in psychology and I'm just checking the occupations.
Can anyone please help me! ill vote your answer as best if its good! btw it has to be a few lines! I had to research this but google isnt helping! Anyone could at geography?pleaseee:)))
I'm still in high school and I was looking into jobs for my future. Working in a psych ward seemed the most interesting to me because I like helping people in intense situations.
Please don't be rude with your responses, it's just a simple question. I appreciate the answers
Please note: I'm not interested in working with children or animals. I just want to do something that entails something related to clinical or counseling psychology.
Oh, and I do intend to get at least an MA, but I want to know what I can work in now in the meantime.