I have a state certified residential contractors license and a state real estate associate license. I was formerly a project manager supervising multiple superintendents for a national builder. I left my job voluntarily 4 years ago to travel in Central America and am now in the job market but the few jobs offered are for superintendents rather than project managers. Can I overcome this hurdle?
My job title is: Project Manager, I work for a Mechanical Engineering and Contracting Firm. I am in Charge of project scheduling, material purchasing, budgeting, troubleshooting. I work 40 hours a week, I have a bachelors degree in construction management, and associates degree in architectural construction technology. I have been out of school for 1 year now, been at this job for 1 year. I am 24 years old and am paid $43,000 a year.
I also get fulle dental, vision, and health insurance, but have to pay $27 every paycheck.
Is this making good money, or should I be making more than I already am for this job position?
I am having 1.6 years of experience into software testing domain. So how CAPM certification will be helpful to me to get better job profile?
The job description and the pay associated with my job is extremely basic. For example, according to my job description I am not allowed to do anything without full supervision; however, in reality I am expected to manage projects, maintain systems, communicate with senior managers in order to do my job. The pay I receive is equal to the entry level position stated in my job description.
I have a background in IT development and project management and am looking to make a career change. I'm interested in doing something related to Education, but do not necessarily want to teach. What other options are out there? I am willing to get additional training, so please don't assume I need (or want) to use any of my technical skills.
I'm researching jobs for my enrichment class project and I'm looking in the business field. What would the available jobs be with a degree in business marketing?
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
By spring 2014, I will graduate with an associates degree in Business Technology from Louisiana Delta Community College-monroe, L.A. I'd like to live in Texas. I'd like to live in an affordable apartment in a nice neighborhood. Would the pay be nice in Texas and who will accept this degree ?
I read that Civil Engineers move often to do different projects. I am a CE student, and I would rather work at one place and establish a family and one home. I don't wanna constantly move around and destroy my family. Is this true?
I am thinking of doing a degree in chemical engineering at university. However I don't want to do the degree go into employment and then end up hating my job. If there any chemical engineers out there willing to give me an insight into what the job can be like please do. Thank you very much
Thank you all very much for your answers and advice. They have been very helpful and have inspired me to pursue a job in chemical engineering. So thank you very much
Im going for a technical job interview and I am not sure if I should wear a suit and tie, or just wear something business cassual. Previously, for technical jobs I noticed that people came dressed with business casual attire but not tie nor business coat. Will I be over-dress if I wear the business suit? ... I have being told I will meet the VP of Operations and other Corporate managers. Thanks for advice.
I have a 2 years Associate degree and I would like to know what job can I get with that?
Please only serious answers.
The degree I have is Associate of Science.
I've got 2 associate degrees 1 in Business Admin and the other in Liberal Arts any ideas on jobs that I might be qualified for? I'm open to anything . . .
I'll be graduating at the end of this year with a 'Web Site Manager and Designer' qualification. And I plan to start freelancing in January next year. I'll have a work at home office etc. I live in London. Is it realistic to aim to make £100K a year from it?
If I can have this info ASAP for a class project tonight. Thanks!
My manager has gone from Marketing Manager to Vice President of Marketing and now she's taking on Sales opportunities. She dumps a lot of the work on her team which is me and a few other people. I've been Marketing Associate for the last 5 years taking on all the projects that come in by myself ever since the VP of Marketing decided to start selling. She keeps getting promoted and I keep staying in the same place.
What am I doing wrong?
My bf is just now looking to attend a community college, would he be able to get a find a decent carreer with just this degree? What kind of jobs out of school with just an A.A.S. would he be looking at and what type of salary do these jobs pay? I know this is a broad question, but I really don't know what he could do with an associates. I know it would be best to attend a state school after this, but if he doesn't what would he be looking at? ANY advice on this would help! Thanks!
I have a project that asks me to create a company and list the corporate officers. so CEO, CFO, COO, anything else?
I want to finish major in Computer applications but I really would like to know what can i study after I get my associates ,maybe can i study Computer science in the university? Please I need help
So i am looking into my future career and i would like to go Full Sail University and What i would like to know is how much the job i have listed below would make in a year (Game Designing) I am also wondering what classes should i be taking in high School for these listed Careers below.
1. Associate producer
2. Assistant producer
3. Quality insurance lead
4. Project manager
5. Studio Directer
6. Development Director
Thanks for your help.