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I am thinking to join the particular diploma from Canada . what is scope of this diploma and can i get good job after doing this please help me
2 answers - Asked By: Prabh - 1/13/2013
Paramedic is 2 years and E-M E T is 3 years with co-op....However I would like to know how both courses are and scope in future? How much I will earn and which one is better ??
1 answers - Asked By: Simmy - 2/1/2010
1 answers - Asked By: Francis - 8/5/2011
I'm sick of my factory job. My own search has found... Forklift driver. Machine operator. As a creature of habit I'm staying to my own fields of work and would appreciate other view points/ person...
3 answers - Asked By: ashwake - 1/15/2009
I want to take this course because it sounds interesting but im not sure what i can do with the diploma can anyone tell me what jobs are incorporated with this course and how much they make a year? an...
1 answers - Asked By: Mark Mark - 8/9/2011
Im enlisting in the navy and leave for boot camp in a little under a month. my job is AECF, i was talking to my recruiter about the applicability of my job on submarines and he gave me some half baked...
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What companies should i apply for as a fresh graduate mechatronics engineer? i will graduate on jan 2011 any feed back would be really appreciated
3 answers - Asked By: Ahed F - 12/18/2010
I am currently a student "Electronics technician", I am about 3 to 5 months from graduation. I am enjoying it very much, I would like to work on power supply systems, AC/DC power, rectifiers, diodes e...
2 answers - Asked By: James - 4/6/2012
First of all, I'm talking about an associates degree in mechanical engineering technician, (im not really sure how the b.a. degree differs but its probably the same job with more pay) like what kind ...
1 answers - Asked By: lish - 10/27/2010
Hi if you had to choose from one of the below 2-year diploma programs, which would you choose and which do you think has more job prospects? DIPLOMA: Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design ...
2 answers - Asked By: ty567 - 7/11/2010
I'm currently doing the HSC in high school and I'm interested in becoming an Electronics Engineering Technician. I'm interested in the amount of mathematics they have to do in their jobs; I imagine th...
3 answers - Asked By: Johnsa - 4/23/2009
I'm considering going to college after highschool and taking a engineer course, i was wondering, if i took a good 2-3 years in college (not university), how much would i be making after finding a good...
2 answers - Asked By: that random guy - 8/14/2013
Here are the courses available to me: Automotive Service & Repair Business Administration: -Accounting Concentration -Marketing Concentration Cabinetmaking Carpentry Diplo...
1 answers - Asked By: Shan - 7/2/2009
I'm shipping out to Navy boot camp in June of this year under the job designation AECF (Advanced Electronics Computer Field). If I enjoy myself I was hoping to become an officer and make a long caree...
2 answers - Asked By: - 4/11/2011
So i am in this technical school Worcester Technical Highschool and i am interested in a trade called Electro-Mechanical which i heard goes in the category of engineering i just want to know whether i...
1 answers - Asked By: $Calvster$ - 2/9/2012
Hello, I am a sophmore in college and I need help in selecting a major for good. I started out as Construction Management Major, and took a few classes in that and decided I did not want that as a car...
1 answers - Asked By: Roz - 9/11/2008
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2 answers - Asked By: vinoth - 7/15/2010
I have a 2004 Porsche Cayenne S. I am unable to open the trunk door because the handle is not working. When I tried to open the rubber grip moved back and forth, but I couldn't feel the handle it self...
1 answers - Asked By: JakeFromStateFarm - 5/14/2010
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1 answers - Asked By: david - 7/21/2010
Ok so I'm going to college for computers and I want to know how I should go about getting documented, credible experience hands on while still going to school and staying at my well paying job. I'm a ...
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