Iv heard of social scientist but i don't know what they do or how i can apply for that job.
I have a degree in Architecture but am more interested in the user than the building. I am looking for something along the lines of Urban Social Scientist, combining what I've learned about cities, (social, nutritional, economical, environmental benefits of living dense) into a career. What job titles should I research? Is a Masters necessary? Etc.
I love to be a social scientist because it might teach me what is the nature of human beings and different cultures and behavior also .
i need to know what is going on with Human beings ..
1) but how a social scientist make business ??
2) how could i be a social scientist?
notice : ( i am 19 years old )
Most of the time, individuals think about crime in terms of fascinating horror stories, while social scientists think about crime analytically how?
I know that each different method has its purpose but my book does a poor job in clearly explaining for what types of surveys each one is designed. I also know the Social scientist determines this but is there a basic guide line to follow for the best and most accurate results? Any web links would also be of great help. THANKS
I'm about to start studying for a degree and I realise that once you've graduated you can specialise in a job suited to your degree but what are the most common jobs for graduates? I've been trying to read up but it's all rather confusing. It seems many people who graduate end up in jobs quite unrelated to their degree. I really don't know what I want to do in the end so I'm hoping for some good suggestions.
I'm doing life sciences by the way.
What companies or jobs are out there for anthropologist and/ or anthropology majors?
Is it hard to get jobs overseas in diferrent countries being a anthropologist
can I work for us government agency?
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
What majors out there can provide you a job with just a bachelors degree? When I ask this question, I want to know about majors that pay a salary that is worthy. By worthy I mean, around 50k plus.
What other majors can provide you with great career? Any experiences are helpful.
I'm getting my bachelors in psych bc i love it, and then a minor in business bc i figure knowing business can help in any job. I am currently a social services tech at a dialysis center so im directly working with the social worker and case manager. What kind of options would i have after i graduate? Also i dont mind goin on to get a masters either. I just need some ideas.
I was thinking of a cop, but it is a little too dangerous. ( I watch truTV too much)...So I was maybe thinkig of a crime scene investigator, forensic scientist, ot even a juvenile defense law attorney, is there any more options
What is the job than an 'intelligent' person should do which would help Humanity the most, while answering this question, one must think in a broad aspect. People often jump the gun and throw doctor or mother into the equation, but their are many people who can do these jobs, i'm talking about a job that which in the end benefits all humanity and not just a couple people here and there...share your thoughts.
I see Dems as Teachers, scientists, umpires, and social workers.
I see GOP'ers as Generals, coaches, preachers, and businessmen
What other kinds of jobs to you see them in, and why?
I am interested in forensics, but I do not know exactly what I want to do. I like watching shows like Criminal Minds and would love to have a job like the characters, but I think their jobs are many 'real life' jobs combined into one. I wouldn't mind working in a lab, but would also enjoy working on scene. I would enjoy being a crime scene investigator, but do you have to be a cop before you can do that? Thanks everyone :)
I'm having a hard time choosing my major in college. i love studying people and i want to make a change in the world. i like history, and i'm thinking about majoring in sociology or anthropology. the only thing is, i'm not clear on what kind of job opportunities i would have. does anybody know? i'm afraid for my parents and i to spend so much money on school and to graduate with very few good job opportunities. help!
Okay, its time for our school to choose what options we take for our GCSE's,
we have to think about what type of job we want when we leave school. I would really like to do Forensic Science, but we have 6 options to choose from, from the list below:
Art & Design
DT Resistant Materials
*Health & Social Care
RE, Philosophy & Ethics
We have to list the 6 in order from 1-6, 1 being the top choice. We have to take either History or geography or both. Also we have to take French. The choices with the stars next to them; Business Studies, Dance and Health & Social care, these we can only do one out of the three. To do triple science you have to have consistent level 6's or above.
I'm not sure what options to take to do Forensic Science and whether to take History or Geography?
What if we all end up in a society where we become cogs in a computer-technology machine, where all we do is just write code and program and build computers and machines?
Doesn't that sound a bit dreary and bleak to you, where there's no other jobs nor opportunities to be human?
It seems that America would become slaves to Technology as it did to Industrialization a hundred years ago.
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.
I don't just want to work at a school. I want to be some sort of scientist, and I want it to have a high salary. What would that kind of job be called? I'm still just a teenager, but this would help me know what classes I should take in high school and what college to go to.
I am getting a degree in math and would like to know what jobs I can get. Thanks!