I want to work in investment banking/ finance after college, and was wondering if Computer Science would be a good quantitative major for an undergraduate degree.
Ultimately, I want to get an MBA right after or at least a Masters of Finance degree before I start working.
I want a more quantitative major, not necessarily a natural science though. I'm pretty good at math, but I realize it's not my calling.
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
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
Karl, Marx defines the difference of work and labor in the<Capital> like following.
work have the qualitatively concept, labor have the quantitative concept.
as it were, work is mental labor, labor is physical labor.
that is to say, mental worker wear white colour, physical laborer wear blue colour.
once, i preferredd labor to work.
because i think the white colour coordinate to my body very well.
this thought result in my country life when i am young.
i has known that anyone misses and like my home town when they are old.
in spite of the fact that i am country boy, i really hate my birth.
however, after i entered college, my thought changed totally.
surely, i realized that the amount of learning and knowledge didn't determine the white colour and the blue colour in work and lobor.
now also, i think such thought is nothing more than the gab of recognization.
but, i still like the white colour, what am i going to do?
after fourty old, helping parent's labor,
i am all one the fact that the true value of labor come out from only persipration.
and,for the first time, l got to know the precious fruit of physical labor.
now i am content with my country life.
no more of your back talk, i try not to matter my lobor.
do you know the true value of salt?
work, and you got to appreciate the priceless of sweat
How do you actually become a psychologist because I would think that would wait until you have more experience? What kind of jobs can you get to gain this experience?
Hi!I would like to work in finance and am gonna get my bachelor's and master's in Operations research.So,what type of jobs will be available for me?Also,another question,if i plan to work as a financial analyst,would i need an engineering degree?
Hi, i plan to study Bachelor of Finance at Australian National University, however i have to choose to major in either of "corporate finance and investment management" or "quantitative finance". From what i udnerstand, corporate finance is more theoritical and has to do with business financing while quantitative finance has to do with math. could someone tell me more about both subjects? what kind of job can you get after studying each of these?
FYI I have a very strong mathematical background but i dont like computer programing. I did very well (not bragging) in all the other subjects in highschool as well. I do have interest in math but i want to study somehting that would help me secure a gd job. what do you suggest?
I am not enrolling in a PhD in Quantitative Psychology but,my best friend is and he is starting in the fall and I am just curious about the career aspects of it.
I know that Quantitative psychology is the study of methods and techniques for the measurement of human attributes, the statistical and mathematical modeling of psychological processes, the design of research studies and the analysis of psychological data. Quantitative psychology is central to all aspects of psychology: science, education, public interest and practice. This essential role of quantitative psychology is reflected in the fact that Division 5 — Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics — is one of the Charter Divisions of the APA. Quantitative psychology includes research and development in a number of broad areas: measurement, research design and statistical analysis (see Aiken, West, Sechrest, & Reno, 1990), as well as mathematical and statistical modeling of psychological processes. Within each of these areas, quantitative psychologists develop new methodologies; they also evaluate existing methodologies to examine their behavior under conditions that exist in psychological data (e.g., with small samples). This work supports the substantive research of all areas within psychology.
I am just curious and he was unclear about what people with this degree do but, he was excited about it.
I have been with the same company for over a year but i have hit some tough times. I am considering getting a second job. It will be part time. I am currently single student living at home. Who files sepreate from my parents. I am listed a single with 0 dependents and i usually get about 2000 back. How will this affect me. Do i get less back or how does it work.
I am thinking about obtaining my PhD in business. Im not sure what I should specialize in, what specializations for business are in demand? Also how hard is it to find a job upon graduation? I do have experience in the business would, I am currently a restaurant general manager.
What do I have to do to become a personality psychologist? How many years of college? What courses would I need to take? What to major in? BA or PhD? Can someone please tell me the qualifications needed to be able to apply for this job?
I've looked up job possibilties...careers I might go with in the future, but I'm wondering if I've overlooked any possibilities.
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?
Also, what is a Quantitative Analyst how much do they make
and what's a financial engineer. how much do they make
Basically quant vs actuary vs FE
MY QUALIFICATION IS CFA .
BUT EVEN AFTER COMPLETING SUCH A HIGH QUALIFICATION, I AM UNABLE TO GET A JOB THROUGH MONSTER AND NAUKARI.COM .EVEN (ICFAI )INSTITUTE DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY HELP TO FRESHER CFA's.Please end me suggestions regarding the job search.
Like provide Narcan which would save heroin addicts lives or allow quantitative pill testing of ecstasy (tells the user exactly what is in a pill). If you prohibit substances should you at least do what you can to keep the people that use them safe?
Like isn't the whole idea of prohibition to protect public health and save lives?
A top class job which rakes in a lot of money but in the business field, perhaps more qualatative as opposed to quantative?
I suppose there will always be a need for quantitative analytics but maybe it will be very restricted
what do you think?
I will have my bachelors soon and i need to figure out what kind of job ill want to persue. I also have no work experience in the field of economics so I would need a job that requires little to no experience. Someone please help me figure out what type of job I should persue.