I am pursuing Masters in Public Health and I was looking that Health Services Managers tend to make the most out of this profession. Also, it is on the administration side, which I am interested in. I was wondering if any of you know if employment requires one to have another degree in the field they will administer on?
I want to be in both these fields but i was wondering if getting my human services degree would i be able to get a job doing Human Resources Manager Job... or am i better off getting a psychology degree .. Please Help im stuck! i want to help ppl and i want to be a human resources mange of a fashion intuition.
I am finishing up my degree in Health Science with a concentration in Health Services Administration. Ideally, I want to get my Masters in Business Administration or go to Law school, but I would like to work a few years to build up some work experience, which looks good for MBA programs. With a Bachelors in Health Service Administration, I know you can work as a Medical Service Manager, which pays well ($80,000-$96,000), but I doubt I would land a job like that right out of college with no experience. What kind of jobs are available for Health Services Administration degrees with no work experience?
My husband is in a job search with very little success. He does not have a college degree but he has been working as a customer service manager, then director, for the last 6 years. We were told a recruiter might help. How do we go about finding one?
I am majoring in Health Science, concentration in Health Services Administration. I checked out the Occupational Outlook online and it states that medical and health services managers can work for the federal government for an earning of $87,200. What kind of job would this be? Would it be at best for me to get a masters in Public Health?
Can a person with a food & nutrition degree have these jobs:
food service manager, caterer, food scientist, food product developer, or quality controller?
I am graduating in January with an associate's degree in human services which has a concentration in social work and I don't know what my next move should be because I still don't know what I want to do in life because I don't want to be a social worker but I feel like human services is the right field for me but I don't know what else there is to focus on within the major because I can't seem to find any entry-level jobs for my associate degree and all the human services jobs that I am finding are all social worker or case manager jobs. I have delayed going to a four year school soon after I graduate because I don't know what I want to major in and I don't know if it would be best to just get a bachelor's in human services or just change my major to something else all together. I have thought about wanting to become a teacher at a preschool or daycare center but I am afraid to change my major when I am this close to graduating I just don't know what to do anymore please help me!!
Hey, I'm 21 yrs old and am looking to applying at a bank, preferably Wells Fargo but not necessarily, for the position of bank teller. I have about 3yrs of experience in the customeer service field. Aside from being a fast learner and self-starter, I am very detail-oriented and organized. I can comfortably say that my strongest subject in school has always been math. Currently I am attending college as a part-time student, majoring in Architectural Engineering. I really want a job as a bank teller. I believe this job would be great for me as far as the personal skills I posses. Some questions I have are, How do I apply to any bank for a teller position? As far as benefits go, what can I expect from my employer? Any other relevant information or tips would be greatly appreciated. I have spent my last 3 yrs working in an office environment, and after recently leaving my CSR job at Farmers Insurance for a cashier position at a gas station (worst mistake ever!), I have realized an office job is what I desire. Thanks for all your help!
My passion since I was young has always been to help people. I was diagnosed with a mild case of Tourette syndrome when I was seven and I always wanted to use what I went through growing up with Tourette syndrome to encourage people, especially children, to go after their dreams and help them live a better and more successful life. Everything I have been through has caused me to be very compassionate and I just want to have a career in healthcare where I am helping people. I started out as a Medical Assistant and wanted to do more than just be a Medical Assistant. I was aiming for becoming a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant and work in Pediatric Neurology, but because of financial reasons right now, I cannot purse that option right now. So since I have an Associate degree in Medical Assisting, I am eligible to major in Health Science with a concentration in Health Science Administration. With that, I could get my major in Health Science Administration, Public Administration, or Healthcare Administration and potentially work in hospital administration or as a health service manager. How can I impact peoples' lives with my degree and/or this type of career?
I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
I'm in school attaining my MBA with a minor in health care management. I've always had a desire to work in the health field. What type of work would I be able to do having no health experience with years of management experience. I can't afford to do entry level work.
If I specialize in the economic field, what will I be doing and who will I be working for? What would be my annual salary?
Would it make any difference if I specialize in the cultural field?
I am currently living in the mid-atlantic and working as a rehab specialist (case manager) for adults with mental health disorders. I am planning on moving to Atlanta by January of 2009. Does anyone have any names of organizations that are good to work for and that I should apply?
Thanks for any suggestions you may have :)
Hello, I was wondering what kind of jobs a person with a Bachelor's degree in Abnormal Psychology can acquire? Thank you in advance for answering.
I feel like I really want to be a manager in marketing, but i don't know what degrees to get and how to get there. I'm planning on going to community college for 2 years then transferring, and getting my b.s. in philosophy. I would then get a MBA in marketing. Is this a good path or are there better.
Also, I had more than one job title and/or position and performed several different duties for each. However, a few of the same duties were performed for each position.
Fields. I do NOT want to speak with the public.
You know how mean the public can be and i am tired of them. After many years they do weigh on you.
I am desperately seeking a new career and after completing a marketing certificate at The Wharton School, I would really like to pursue something in the marketing field. My experience has been in higher education administration, working with students, and planning events for both students and alumni. I'm looking for advice on how to best market my skills, abilities and enthusiasm to try and break into the marketing world.
I am thinking about going for a four year degree in marketing, but I have no kind of idea of what job i'll get with it. Please include what I'll be doing too. I really want to deal with people. I would like to help people, but this probably doesn't do that. But dealing with a lot of people is a must for me. I really need to know what I would be doing at a job, and what kind of jobs I will be doing.
I'm getting my bachelors in psych bc i love it, and then a minor in business bc i figure knowing business can help in any job. I am currently a social services tech at a dialysis center so im directly working with the social worker and case manager. What kind of options would i have after i graduate? Also i dont mind goin on to get a masters either. I just need some ideas.