Are they all the same ? I have 2 yrs experience as a electronics test technician from few years ago and recently got my 4 year degree in electrical and computer engineering.What can I qualify for?
And to make it more easier, just tell me whats the type of comp jobs that pays more then $30 per hour. Not to mention, what type of courses are required to get this job? Last, is it possible to get any of these jobs in under 3 yrs of college courses (computer classes, of course). Also, whats the name of the major that is best suited for it?
Last, make sure its a job where it does not include anything with creating/building/fixing computers (well, except of soft wares, games, or computer programs)
I'm trying to decide which program to do next semester in college but both of these areas seem pretty closely related, and it's hard to choose? I know that both of them work with the environment, but are wildlife technicians more focused on animals? And are environmental technicians more focused on the environment? If anyone can give clear distinctions between the two, that would be great, thanks
I was referring to the differences in the type of activities that they do. If you don't have an intelligent answer, then don't waste time answering the question.
What kind of jobs can women have, that they aren't blamed for getting because of Affirmative Action?
I'm a junior in college and I finally chose a major. I chose Food Science because the food industry in the number one industry in the country. The Food Science program at my school has a 100 percent job placement and the average starting salaries is 40 to 55K. I know the usual degrees that offer a high paying job is Engineering, Accounting, and Finance. But what if you have no interest in those majors, what degree could you receive that would offer you around the same amount of money?
Quality life.More to life then working for bread and butter.More to this existence then just going through the day and everyday until we drop dead?
And is there alot of jobs available in that field?
I was looking at college majors and one said engineering general and another said engineering technician. What is the difference?
Ok, so i live in the UK and i'm currently in my first year of AS and it's about that time i need to start thinking about my future. First of all, i am unsure of what degree to do. Currently my ideal job would be something that would involve working with animals however i do tend to change my mind a lot. My first question is should i do i general biology degree or something more specific such as zoology?
I have done some research into working with animals but i haven't got very far. I know that these kinds of jobs don't tend to offer very high pay. So i was wondering what the best sort of career would be if i wanted to work with animals and also what sort of career working with animals would give offer a higher salary than the others. Also, what other careers would be available to me with my biology degree that could also be interesting and offer a lot of pay?
Should I do Biology or zoology?
What hands on careers are there with animals?
What careers with animals get paid a lot?
What other careers are there in biology that are interesting and have high pay?
Thank you to anyone who takes the time to help :)
Ive been a truck driver for the last eight years and have recently commited to chaging my quality of life, Im very commited but Im also 39yrs old. So im looking at 1-2yr degrees to get my foot into a better work enviroment.
This question is for my research paper. I need to know what jobs women are not allowed to pursue such as being in the front-line in war. Same goes for men, what jobs are they not allowed?
Note: this question pertains to jobs in America meaning please do not give me a job in a different country other than America
Lots of people are intelligent but don't get on particularly well in school. I have a fairly high IQ, and I like learning things on my own, but I just don't like the academic environment. Unfortunately, so many jobs require degrees nowadays.
Maybe we can brainstorm some ideas? We're looking for jobs that require intelligence, but no degree.
I work at a marine electrical and electronics company and we are primarily operated by ex-navy. The standards that are met in the navy transition quite well with the quality of work that we insist on giving our customers. That said, I find it tough to find good employees through veterans of unemployment. Is there another option to find a good naval electrical (motor control and generator paralleling) or electronics (radar & sonar troubleshooting)?
I'm an Industrial Engineer student and I've completed the Yellow Belt Six Sigma certification. I wanted to know which books do I need to read and what do I need to do for getting a position on the quality management in a factory / industry.
Excuse poor English.
My 18 yr old just changed her mind on a career choice for the 4th time, This time she says she wants to work with computers. What sort of jobs can she expect to do? And which ones pay the most?
Where do most people get jobs like that? I would like to install this stuff in new houses are there jobs like that? I live in a wealthy area where a lot of houses have home theatres and entertainment systems.
A friend of mine is interested in working at my job and asked if I could help them out by giving a good word for them to my boss. I would like to know how I would I do that. Do I just go up to my boss and say " ____ applied and I believe they would be an incredible addition to our team"? Can you give me one or more professional ways to help them out? Please and thank you.
Obviously most serious research jobs are out without more education, but I'd like more options. Teaching (elementary or high school) is the only one I could think of. Thanks.
I am not going to college and I would like to know some straight out of high school jobs with a decent pay to afford a small apartment and daily needs.
I am wanting to go to school for vet tech. The closest school that offers classes for is over 2 hours away from where I live, and i am unable to relocate at this time and with gas prices driving 2 hours would be to much. So, my question is if i took classes online would that be smart? In other words would i be able to get a job and what not. If online classes are good and if know of any online schools that offer vet tech that are accredited please let me know.