Roy laHood said this morning that the Federal Aviation has has to tell contractors their budget was not approved and so the projects would not be paid until the budget is going forward. So how many construction jobs are affected by this? He said something about it really hitting Research and Development hard. OK, so how many people are laid off because of it?
Once I finish school I want to know what is the salary rate of a graduate with BBA?
Also - what is a list of jobs that are now available that I have this?
Please. no doctor or owning my own business or president or ceo. i want real common jobs. ex construction work or a banke teller or a secritary.
Some job that you exceed the qualifications and experience they are looking for, but not hired. I have been applying for jobs, some jobs I am pretty sure I am not going to get, because I meet the minimum requirements, while other jobs I exceed the minimum requirements in all catagories. But still not hired.
Why am I not getting hired?
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.
Im thinking about going to the university of texas for my undergraduate and my graduate degree. but another option is going to george mason for the under grad and then to texas for the grad degree. what do you guys think???
I need a more informative answer
I always wanted to find a career that involves alot of maths. I know there are MANY jobs that involves maths, however I want a job that is quite exciting (if possible LOL) and stress less, and obviously a job that earns alot of money :D
Can you please recommend me a job!
I wanted to know the whole duties and resposabilities of a project controller in Oil & Gas Industry.please sujjest me a web site in wich i get all the details other than job sites..
Like in an office or human resources,you know that sort of thing,I think this is a silly question but I'm just making sure
Have noticed that the majority of property developers are male.why arent females into this business in your opinion? i want to become a property developer. as a female,what hurdles do you think il have to cross as compared to a male.
please advice me on my chosen career path.
I am a Professional Civil Engineer with some 26 years experience in the field as Sr. Project Manager, Project Executive and Sr./Project Superintendent from Illinois, USA. I have worked on all the largest Building projects in Chicago as well as several Nuclear Plants. I am looking for a senior position directing/managing and superintending large groups of tradesman or professionals in the construction of any kind of building, convention center, hospital, airport or transportation facilitiy overseas. Including and especially Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where there appears to be a building extravaganza.
What kind of yearly salary can be expected? What are the living conditions like while working there? How long does the avreage person stay there? What are the tax rules and consequences?
Who are the biggest and best constructors there? What about passports and visas?
I'm thinking of a career but not sure what to do
I just started working in the office at a construction company. I am totally confused on how it all works. The bidding, the estimating, the forms, permits, even the work itself. I don't understand it at all. It would make my job alot easier if I knew how it all works. Can anyone explain the business to me so that I will understand better? I would appreciate it so much!!
I am wondering what course in college should I take if I am not that good in math. I'm just really worried about my future. My parents wants me to take something in Mechanical Engineering and I need help picking a right one. I never liked math but I'm ok with fixing and building stuff.
thanks in advance!
P.S Also what courses in High School should I take!
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If you hv a choice to choose a job, which one will you go for? An Air Traffic Controller (Airport) or as a Technician (Similar like Site Supervisor which involves in Construction work) Why?
I'm hoping to leave Australia for 12months to check out Canada and USA (favorably USA)! Just wondering if it would be easy to pick up a well paid job as a doc controller in Mining or Construction? I have 6years in Project Admin and 2years in Project Doc Control. I'm 25 years old. Also I'm wondering to Mines generally work on a roster of some many days/ weeks on the job then days/ weeks off... e.g 2 weeks on then 1 week off roster?
Also would it be difficult for myself to get a US working visa? Should I forget about the USA and concentrate on a Canadian Visa?