What are all of the types of jobs involving buisness, government, etc. If possible a description about the main ones. The more the bette, I don't care if its a 10little page list. Thank you very much
First off, I am not wanting to copy anyone's research paper. I have to find a research paper that is an example or either qualitative or quantitative research and then explain what makes it that particular kind of research. Does anyone know where I can go on the Internet to find such a report?
Is it easy to find a job in this field with this qualification? Are the jobs well paid?
- Choose tourism, Hotel, Event Mgt, Country Club, or Food and Beverage and focus within this industry
- I'm interested in a job in the hotel industry for e.g. a financial controller
Any help would be appreciated
To give my question context. I am in the final stages a PhD program in Education currently writing a qualitative dissertation. My committee has been slow. If I wanted to graduate at the end of the summer (August), do you think this is possible, considering I have final draft chapters of chapter 1-3 and need to finish chapters 4 and 5?
I'm really interested in marketing research, I want to become a qualitative researcher. What skills are important to the job? If my university doesn't have the program what courses or major should I focus on? Do you know any graduate programs for marketing research?
I have heard the term a couple times and I want to know what it means. Is it related to qualitative easing?
Describe equipment used on the job as a chemical assistant, identify what type of degrees, skills, course work, or training is required to be a chemical assistant.
What is manpower planning and what are the main levels of manpower planning.
what difference is there between a personnel manager and human resource manager.
how does the HR deal with staff punctuality and absentism?
what is job description, job directive, job pilot and job evaluation?
what are the standard drafting proceedures used when advertising by the human resource manager?
I need help. I need to conduct a 3 hour interview. This has to be a qualitative life-story interview. What questions can I ask? Any suggestions. IM doing my interview tonight 3 hours straight then I have to type it all up (Transcribe it) PLEASE HELP!
For example a chemist has been giving a bag of illegal drugs and its his job to figure out whats in it using a qualitative analysis?
I will be getting a degree in sociology and it will be a BA. I am worried how this will effect my job opportunities.
Currently I am a senior in college with a major in communication studies, emphasis in public relations, and I have a minor in international business. I've also taken 3 semesters of statistics courses and studied abroad in France. Is this a strong college background to start to work in market research? What are some entry-level jobs that I should look for in market research/marketing? Would a marketing internship help prepare me for a career in market research? Other suggestions please?
Like what type of job should a person pursue after college so that it would look good on their application?
3 candidates come before you
To get through college i worked part time, my parents assisted me but they were unable to give enough, i worked hard and it took longer, but i did it honest and i am proud of what i did
I joined the military to get through college, times were tough in the area i was born and i didnt have alot of options
Working a part time job for too many years is too difficult, and i didnt want to be ordered about in the military. I sold drugs for 3 hours a week to get through college, far better than toiling away to make somebody else rich
assuming their issues are not significantly different, which candidate would you vote for?
Appeals to "character" are often shady, hollow statements. Character is poorly defined. Good leadership in my opinion is a function of analytical intelligence applied with determination to a wealth of experience. That's what I am looking for.
What about the drug dealer. Because US anti-drug laws are grossly abusive and should be trampled mercilessly until they disintegrate like alcohol prohibition did. They have no ethical substance whatsoever
In my last year of university, studying medical anthropology and suddenly wondering what directions i can take with my degree.
I know of the jobs where a degree is necessary but a particular degree is not. but i wanted to go down the medical anthropology line and stay in the UK.
I have heard a lot of negativity about having this as a major, but I have been thinking about it for a good while now. It's really interesting and it seems fun! But I don't want to be a teacher or professor or a stereotypical "philosopher." I want to have a "normal" job, business-related, probably, but I don't want to go for a business degree because everyone's getting them. Does that make sense? Would I be able to get a "normal" job with a philosophy degree?
The job has been listed as the 33rd best job in America but what exactly does a Securities Trader do? What college experience does one usually have to obtain a rewarding career?
Hey. I am applying for a job that deals with psychology (which is my major), and I was just wondering if anyone could tell me some good skills to put on my resume that are ideal for a psychology major. I appreciate your help. Thanks.
I graduated college with a BA in Art History and now I'm looking for a change in my life. What I really want to do is become a cryptologic linguist, but some sort of intelligence job would be fine too. I've heard that it's nearly impossible to be a linguist and an officer, so I am considering enlisting. Is that recommended? Also if I do decide to do OCS, am I guaranteed to work in intelligence or could the army place me in a different branch?