I want to have a career in the legal sector, however due to a few years of health issues I was unable to finish my alevels and get into uni. I work full time now and support myself financially I work as a projects administrator at the moment, I wondered what jobs I can do without a degree, I like the idea of being a paralegal but I am unsure of how to start or were to look! I am also interested in becoming a legal secretary as I no you can often progress and this will get my foot in the door, does anyone have any other suggestions or no what other roles I could do without a degree?
I am going to take short practical test in an interview that is included Typing skills and MS Office. I want to know what is acceptable Words per minute speed could be acceptable for this job.
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.
What are the names of the basic jobs and categories, and what does each one do? REMEMBER, in software programming!
I am currently studying Computer Engineer Technology, and I am enrolled in my college's Profession Certification in Project Management Program. When I graduate from college(Wentworth Institute of Technology), what types of positions will be available to me and what will be the pay scale?
The curriculimum didn't emphasize the technical skills but the business side therefore, I don't know any programming language. I only have general knowledge on visual basic, windows server 2003 administrator and SQL (only 1 class of each) and I am bilingual in Spanish/English. Someone can give me some ideas? I have heard of Business Analyst but what else?
I am a 20 yr old girl, I am willing to go to college if necessary, what are some good jobs, decent pay, and a zero or close to it, unemployment rate?
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.
Currently, I'm studying Private Investigation at The Academy of Court Reporting. I have plans to study Criminal Justice and Computer Information Security at ITT Technical Institute. Prior to graduating, I wanted to know what entry level jobs should I be applying for? I have extensive software experience and physical security experience. What jobs combine the two fields?
I am an elementary school teacher finishing up my M.Ed. My degree will be in (project) Management and Innovation. Rather than applying this to education, I was actually starting to consider the possibility of leaving the classroom and going into Project Management. I did a job search and saw that there ARE openings for PMs, but most say that they want 5-10 years experience. I did see one that was an education-related PM position that said they'd train newbies, but is that going to be hard to find again?
What are projected to be the top demanding jobs especially in the US projected to be in the next 5 to 10 years?
Is there a difference between these 3 job titles and if so, what are the differences?
I completed my A'levels. I had Maths, Biology and Chemistry. I'm trying to join a university. I was thinking about doing this IT course. It's only 3 years. Will I get any good jobs after completing this course? There's another course, Bachelor of Software Engineering. Which course would be better? And what kind of jobs am I most likely to get after completing them? For the info, I'm living in Australia.
I want to work as an it system administrator supporting an exciting scientific project like human genome project or space observation lab etc. What is the best way to achieve this goal ?
I am currently working as a Linux sys admin over 5 years of experience with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and several certifications. I live in Turkey.
IN THE US , How long is your work hours per week as a programmer/IT manager or any other computer related job?
Do you work on weekens?
I want to know more about america and it's work hours.
I'm clueless about jobs in the MIS field. What can you do with an MIS degree? Please share any examples, knowledge, or personal experience. Thanks!
I have to a project about England and as primary research I need to ask people who have been to England or lived there about possible tourist attractions and the country's economy. Any help is greatly appreciated; thanks!!!!
I'm a computer geek and know quite a lot of stuff, what sort of job should I look for?
What is easiest to get a hold of? Like office secretary or something?
Not a teacher...
I don't like working with other people. I like solitary work.
What kind of jobs do this people perform those who go into this field. What exactly do they do?
I'm doing a school project for math and we have to explain what type of math we will do in our future job. I'm not sure what type of math network administrators would use in their field. Any help anyone?