Im thinking about changing my major but dont want to make ne drastic changes without making sure I kno what Im getting myself into...What is the difference between a social science degree and a human service degree?
Is it an awful job, what is the worst part of this job? Nurses are incredible people, everyone I have ever met have been the best. Are there any nurses out there that can fill me in on their daily work schedules. I have been kicking this around for quite some time now. Please fill in the ups and downs of this job.
I don't know what kind of job i want and i'm a sophmore in highschool so the pressure is on hehehe but i know i want something to do with animals and i don't feel like working at fast food restaraunts and factories for the rest of my life.
I am majoring in that career field.. i am planning to get my BA at UC Davis... will this be enough to live comfortable or will i need to get a masters or a PhD?
Is there a big demand for Financial analysts? How does a programmer become one?
What types of jobs would you be able to get with a certificate from a community college taking Human services\Social Services? What types of positions can you hold being that it is a certificate? And what kinds of organizations could you work for?
Also, is it worth it? I cant take out 2 years for a associates degree I can only go to school for a very short time and need to be employed quick thereafter.
I need to know if I can get any degree in somethings or is there something specific that the Navy requires?
I'm just looking for some extra change, so how can I make 5+ dollars a day online without having to invest or sell anything?
Please don't sugesst Treasure Trooper or Surveysavvy as I've already tried these and they both failed.
I am going to do my GCSE's this year but i dont know what job to go for i need a quite high paid job so if you know anyone that will be a great help also if you know the qualifications greatt
Thank you !!
I am a Taiwanese Canadian, and I have both Taiwanese and Canadian citizenship. I recently graduated from a Canadian university with a M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering and I have a Bachelor's degree in Physical Sciences and Mathematics also from a Canadian university. I have been trying to get an entry level position in the related field, but so far I haven't been quite successful. Most companies here in Alberta, Canada are looking for people with experience. As a fresh new grad, this is something I don't have. However, I noticed that there are actually quite a bit of entry level positions available in the U.S. My friends and relatives have suggested that I apply for those positions in the US. But I have no idea if I am eligible to work in the US. I kinda feel that if I am a senior engineer with 10 years of experience, then maybe they will want me, but I am a fresh new grad with no industrial experience, will they allow me to go to the states and work?
My other option is go back to Taiwan. In fact, I have got 10~20 interview invitations, but the thing is if I do go to Taiwan and work there, I will have to fulfill my conscription duty first before I can start working. I don't mind going into the military and fulfill my duty, but this is not something I want to do at the current stage of my life. I would really want to start working and gaining some hands-on experience. I am already 27, I am quite old for someone who still hasn't had any industrial experience. So if I spend a year in the military, I will be almost 29 before I start looking for work.
Please advise, thanks!
The Venus Project presents a bold, new direction for humanity that entails nothing less than the total redesign of our culture. There are many people today who are concerned with the serious problems that face our modern society: unemployment, violent crime, replacement of humans by technology, over-population and a decline in the Earth's ecosystems.
As you will see, The Venus Project is dedicated to confronting all of these problems by actively engaging in the research, development, and application of workable solutions. Through the use of innovative approaches to social awareness, educational incentives, and the consistent application of the best that science and technology can offer directly to the social system, The Venus Project offers a comprehensive plan for social reclamation in which human beings, technology, and nature will be able to coexist in a long-term, sustainable state of dynamic equilibrium.
1. Realizing the declaration of the world's resources as being the common heritage of all people.
2. Transcending the artificial boundaries that currently and arbitrarily separate people.
3. Replacing money-based nationalistic economies with a resource-based world economy.
4. Assisting in stabilizing the world’s population through education and voluntary birth control.
5. Reclaiming and restoring the natural environment to the best of our ability.
6. Redesigning cities, transportation systems, agricultural industries, and industrial plants so that they are energy efficient, clean, and able to conveniently serve the needs of all people.
7. Gradually outgrowing corporate entities and governments, (local, national, or supra-national) as means of social management.
8. Sharing and applying new technologies for the benefit of all nations.
9. Developing and using clean renewable energy sources.
10. Manufacturing the highest quality products for the benefit of the world’s people.
11. Requiring environmental impact studies prior to construction of any mega projects.
12. Encouraging the widest range of creativity and incentive toward constructive endeavour.
13. Outgrowing nationalism, bigotry, and prejudice through education.
14. Eliminating elitism, technical or otherwise.
15. Arriving at methodologies by careful research rather than random opinions.
16. Enhancing communication in schools so that our language is relevant to the physical conditions of the world.
There more, but this will do for now :).
I'm only 14, turning 15 soon. But when I'm 18 I wanna go to Marine Land and work there, and turn into a trainer with the Killer Whales. Do you know how I could go about that? Like.. What does it requier? Anyone know?
& Sorry for the catigory. I had no idea where to put it. LOL.
Are the Physical Therapists and the Modern Languages Teachers well paid in the US ?
I wanna do research in cosmetics and skincare products as a career, but is it possible if i study chem engineering in uni?
I am 26 yrs old with a BS degree in psychology. I am now halfway through an associates program for my RN, am very stressed out and have doubts about this career path. I know many disillusioned RN's. I want a pleasant but fulfilling career in which I can make decent money. Any suggestions??
Without going on for an advanced degree and/or a 'supplemental' degree.
I'm totally confused. I'm thinking of taking a BS for psychology later in uni but there are so many mixed comments about majoring in psychology. Some people say it's very demanded, others say it's useless. I even looked into yahoo answers to see what people think. These answers were mostly from 3-4 years ago and they said that psych majors are useless, but could it have changed in today's society? I want to take a psych major in order to get into marketing. Or maybe a major in marketing itself, but I'm considering psych because it gives more job offers (its broader than marketing major). Now I'm doubting myself. I want to know if i can make a living out of a BS with at least 4000 dollars a month.
So should i take a major in psych, or marketing, or maybe even business (i don't really want to take business because so many people take it)?
If the view on psych degrees have changed in today's economy, please elaborate, i need some motivation and assurance based on facts, not opinions.
Edit: Of course marketing involves marketing. You want to know how a person thinks, how the society thinks, in order to sell your product. I guess i wanted to go into psychology because its more in depth about the human mind, so it will look more attractive in my resume. Well, what's the average salary for those into the marketing department? Is it relatively high or low compared to other jobs? And is it a worthy major? Thanks.
Edit again: Sorry,i said "of course marketing involves marketing", which didn't make sense at all. I meant marketing involves psychology.
Ie. what should i take in university?
p.s. i am in highschool
I wanna become a rocket scientist...I was wondering how I would do this, I'm a freshman in high school, and I was wondering what colleges would have that, and what classes I would have to take...thanks a bunch if you can help me follow a dream... :-)
Need some advice.
I completed my BSc in Geology in 2004. However, I did not pursue a career in geology and instead, took up a job in communications and PR. I have been working for over 8 years now and am not quite satisfied with the prospects of this career.
This brings me to the question. Is it advisable to pursue a career in Geology(Petroleum) today? Is there a demand for Geologists in the market?
I am willing to do a MSc in Geology if it is necessary, but just need to gauge the prospects before i make the decision.
Really appreciate your advice.
Thanks in advance.
I want to major in a field that I enjoy. This has to give me the opportunity to go to the most beatiful naturally beatiful places in the world. I don't mean flashy places with big buildings. I mean beatiful skies, nice weather, small population. I would also like a nice college near the area and a very low crime rate? Can anyone help? About the major though, I need one that allows me to do hands on work and work outdoors in beautiful places.