One of my Sims is employed as a Scientist, and the picture is of the Telescope. One of my earlier goals was to buy a Telescope, so I was wondering if using it gave a boost in that career?
Same with the Athlete with the football.
I am 14 and when I grow up I want to be a forensic scientist. I've heard they get paid 20-30 grand and my mom said that's bullsh*t because she gets paid that and she works at burger king as the general manager. I want to know how much they get paid for each case and every week. No rude comments, thanks.
Please tell me all the jobs i can get by taking up home science.What are the qualification required and the salary?.Can u get any jobs outside of india?
Not any simple job like an actress or police or whatever. Something new and cool. Something like a great great great job that can open up or lead to even more opportunities.
I want to become a Medical Scientist, but there are so many similiar terms that I am confused. Could you please clear this up for me?
I've always wanted a job as an animal caretaker/trainer (NOT a vet) such as those seen on shows like "Growing Up" on Animal Planet. However, I've had a hard time finding out any information about this job, such as the official job title, job requirements, average pay, etc. If there is any information people have from experience, or if anyone knows any resources for additional information it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! =)
This is going to sound corny, but I like the research people do on say, the animal planet or national geographic. I've mainly been fascinated with the ocean and the diversity of life in the deep blue. I also realize that these jobs are rare (or so I think), and that, usually, one needs to have a side job or main job. Can anybody clarify this?
Like is the school itself hard? Could I get more information on this job too. Like how much schooling is usually required, how the job is (good, bad, exciting, hard), how pay is for people with only two years of college, how the employment rate is, etc? Thanks for any info!
Next fall I will be majoring in Physics (BS), then attend graduate for astrobiology, astronomy or astrophysics. I am interested in working for NASA as a space scientist focusing on planetary exploration and science etc. I was wondering if anyone knows how to become a competitive applicant to be hired by nasa?
I am following an associate in science degree in criminal justice technology but I don't know what is the best bachelor degree that I can take, I have many courses of chemistry and biology, and I would like to work in and off the scene and the crime lab, if I want to work in both places, what would be the best field for me? I heard that a forensic scientist is a better remunerated job but I wouldn't like to work only in a laboratory and I want to participate in the investigations fully.
I have to do an english project and im not sure about what type of jobs or the sales that there was in the 13th century. Does anyone know?
A link would be very helpful as well :)
It is a joint honours degree that I am studying, and I am very interested in working in a medical environment, however I would prefer to gain more qualifications whilst working instead of being in full time education. I would also be interested to know which types jobs I would be able to do without continuing any further education.
It is a joint honours degree that I am studying, and I am very interested in working in a medical environment. After finishing my degree, I would prefer to gain more qualifications whilst working instead of being in full time education again doing another course. I would also be interested to know which types jobs I would be able to do without continuing any further education after i have graduated.
Computer science designates the scientific and mathematical approach in information technology and its applications, notably computer software. A computer scientist is a scientist who specialises in the theory of computation. So, is a computer scientist knowledgeable about computer hardware? Does he know how hardware works? Can he make his own computer?
I am 18, and planning to go into computer science next year as my major. I have always had a fascination with computers, programming and concepts associated with it, and algorithms. I think that choosing either software engineering or computer science would be the correct choice for me. But I was wondering what is the usual day like for these jobs. I looked stuff up online, but it is not always like what a person really does in the field.
And a side question, how many programming languages do you have to know (based on your experience) when working for a company? And, what would you recommend for someone like me who plans to go into the field of computer science/programming?
I know there are lots of jobs to be had in the IT industry, but one of the most common descriptions of IT I've heard of is that it is geared more towards "working with people" than Computer Science is.
I'm just wondering to what extent this description should apply to it.. are Info Tech jobs heavy on customer service and the such?
What should I major in to be able to get this job? What's a good college to go to to get this major? Does this type of researcher/scientist have to do any type of surgeries? How much do they make each year? Thanks!
Help? My new job is very demanding and he is still getting up in the middle of the night for feeds. I would love to continue b****t feeding: however, it is getting hard and 6 months of b****t milk I am told is a good start to life.
He is such a mummy's boy. Very affectionate.
I want to be able to get a career working in environment science but want to know what kind jobs there are available in this area and how best to get the right qualifications.
i am currently studying for my A levels and taking Maths, Geography, Biology and Chemistry
i have heard that it is best to take a different course at uni such as biology or something instead of a specific environmental science course. is this true?
What is the difference between the computer science course and the computer engineering course? How does a computer scientist differ from a computer engineer? Which one has more advantage? Which one is better?
I've been thinking about becoming a chemist but I keep hearing that there aren't any good jobs for chemistry students that have just graduated college. Is this true? Also, what is the amount and difficulty of math used in typical chemistry? I don't really love math and it isn't the easiest subject for me(for example, I only have about a 92?n algebra 2 right now) but I enjoy chemistry.
Thanks in advance for your answer.