I have a full-time job and two free-lance jobs as follows:
1) Job 1-- full-time job
2) Job 2-- freelancer; previously I worked in their office for 2 years (part-time then full-time)
3) Job 3- solely freelance
How should I list it on my resume?
Should I put consultant? How do I address Job 2 where I was both an in-office worker and a freelance worker?
For Job 2, should I list my title as 2003- current (includes both freelance and in-office)?
Or, TITLE 2003-2005; Freelance TITLE 2005- Present?
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 going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
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Please state source or experience with answer. Thanks!
I am really interested in the degree. I dont know much about it and since there are not many schools that offer the program, finding information is rather difficult. Any job that you know of would help a bunch, government or public.
I am looking to start a nonprofit organization in a small rural town. My research has only just begun, but it feels like the best route to take with this particular project. Any experience with the area of paid staff and how their employment may be different from a for profit business would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
PS The business project is a Community Learning Center that picks up where our federal government services leave off: child care, after school program, tutoring, and a homeschool supplement program.
One day in the life of a research scientist/engineer in electrical engineering. Pros, cons, lifestyle, salary.
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Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
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I am working in a civilian hospital right now but not planning to stay at this job and the idea of being a military officer is really growing on me. I am 36 (a little on the older side) but other than that, I'm single (I have a girlfriend but never been married), no kids, excellent health, and never had any legal, substance abuse, or credit issues.
Who do you think would have the best program/opportunities for this medical job?
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