Okay so I've been doing a lot of research on environmental careers and I read about environmental engineering and it sounds like something I'd want to do. I know that it requires a strong math background, but I'm not that good at math. I know that if I take things slow and maybe get a bit of tutoring, its something I can accomplish, but math isn't naturally easy to me. Should I try it anyway? I'm just scared of trying and failing and in the process wasting a bunch of time and money for school.
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 considering getting a Masters degree in chemical engineering, but I want to know if it's worth it, or if I should go further. I want to know what the different duties and salaries are for chemical engineer with a bachelors, Masters, and doctoral degree.
Or just basically any career that only needs a bachelor's degree that also helps save the planet... besides an environmental engineer.
I'm aiming to make at least $50,000 annually. I would hope to make $70,000/year, but IDEALLY $80,000/year, maybe even $90,000/year if I get really lucky.
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
Meaning, which will offer the most jobs.
I would LOVE to do Astronomy but I'm afraid there won't be many job opportunities.
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
I am real interested in understand mental illnesses & was told to go into psychology. I am wondering if I got into the degree of psychology what career choices are involved & how long of school is it?
Also, is there ANY career in computers that is in Business?
Is there any career that I can get, where I could interact with at least SOME people?
Okay, I'm in 11th grade! Well, I wanna go to the University of Florida! Go Gators ;) I was just wondering what kinda of jobs I can get in Agriculture? I know what categories there is but can you please name types of jobs and explain what the mean and little words not being words haha! Thanks it means a lot!
Please make it over 5 sentences, i will choose best answer.
This is for part of my essay
I have a degree in Graphic Design and I want to receive a Bachelor's Degree in a field that will compliment my 1st degree, as well as prepare me with the knowledge to run my own entertainment promotion company.
example: We will service to upcoming music artists, models, comedians and provide the marketing and promotion needs for them. Kind of like a one stop shop for album covers, flyers, press release, etc...etc.
Would a degree in Marketing or Advertising be most efficient.
Actually the school that I was looking at teaches both the curriclum of Advertising and Design. They call it Advertsing Design. So it allows me to use my design sense and apply it to Advertising. But will this really help me with promotions?
Chemistry is a maybe, but i definitely like math. I'm considering architecture or civil engineering jobs, but i'd also like to know my options and what's out there. What would my major be? What would i have to study? About how long? Does UC Berkley have a program for the major? Descriptions would be nice. Income?
I`ve always been interested in Geography, so I am going to university to get a bachelors or masters in it, I was wondering what the career outlook would be, as of now i`m thinking of teaching it in high school, but what else could I do thanks.
I aslo need the educational requiremnts for each. I will reward 50 points to whoever can answer before tonight with quality answers.
I just started this field at school and i am wondering what are some good careers that i can use this degree for?
I'm looking for a job that helps people, animals, and/or the environment (You can take your pick, but if two of them are involved then brilliant). And also has a good pay. I tried the web, but so far nothing impresses me enough. Something which I can also, do in the open. Be an explorer zoologist, for example. Or a humanitarian of sorts. I'd appreciate it A LOT. Thank you very much. I'd like it to be something in, let's say, action. Not stay-in-the-office-behind-that-desk. Thanks again.
Plz i need help... i need to do a report regarding this topic ...
Careers with geology and water?
Careers with biology and water?
Careers with Art and water?
Any others you know of & can describe? Generally, what type of education is required for such careers? Thank you!
I am doing b.tech in biotechnology. i want to know what type of jobs(in India, US, UK) are their after completion of my degree. what is the pay scale.