Before you judge, I can deal with people, but I'm looking into trade skills since normal college classes just aren't for me. Like I said, I can deal with people, but I'd prefer a job where I do work without being bothered with civilians, I put a lot of effort as an overnight stocker at Wal-Mart and it was easy, but here and then you get those jerks that be rude cause they can't find something. I felt bad for how bad some of the customers treated the cashiers.
IDK, it could just be that retail jobs aren't for me.
Another thing is, in some ways, I kinda know what I want to do (Mostly interested in Welding), but then again, I sorta don't know what I want to do with my life. Don't bother saying Military, cause truthfully Military is out of question, got med discharged from ARMY cause I needed a waiver for high arches on my feet (Pes Cavus), so now I have to wait like 2 years to reenlist and I still might not be able to join with the way the military is down sizing and the way the economy is going hurts my chances. (MEPS fault for not telling me that I needed a waiver)
I was looking at Plumbing, Electrician, different types of mechanics from Elevator Mechanic, Refrigeration Mechanic, few technician jobs, and welding.
I've been doing a lot of research on Welding, my college does Stick and TIG welding classes and I was recommended to do and get certified for both.
I was told to join a union, then again I was told not to join a union, but I was told if I join a union, I'd get free training and then get a job working with the union.
I want a good description of any mechanic, electrician, technician, welder, or any job that I listed above that are in high demand, so I can do some research and see if I'd be interested.
I might like any skilled labor jobs honestly, it could just be that I dislike retail jobs.
I would like to get a good career job without having to get a college degree, I wanna make somewhere around $15-20 an hour, I'm currently a part time employee at Shopko (department store) for over 6 years now and I can only earn up to a certain amount to keep my dissability income, plus I'm 25 years old and I still live at home with my mother, are there any suggestions for me to get a good career job without having to go to college, I have a learning dissability and I was in special education when I was in high school.
Right now I'm saving up to get myself a vehicle so I can get myself motivated for a career job.
I got this new job as a facility technician for ingersoll rand/ Nelson Refrigeration. I have no experience but is currently in college to get a degree in Hvac technology and career studies certificate in commercial electrician. I'm starting at 14.50 hr. Is that good for entry level. Will this be good for a promotion?
I have a great job right now hostessing but I have a bit of a stalker issue so I have to switch.
I recently turned seventeen and I know a lot of places (Earthbound, haha) require you to be eighteen. Is Freebirds' one of those places?
Im enlisting in the Navy and am looking at the Aviation Systems Operate rating. I really like the aviation aspect of the Navy and am curious what different jobs this will entail. Also what other aviation rates will allow me to fly in the helos, jets and planes? I cannot go in as a commissioned officer since I am halfway through my bachelors but am going to take advantage of the Navy's 100?uition to finish it up. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
There are many types of jobs I can get into. Able Bodied Seaman
Ordinary Seaman, Utilityman (Food Handler)
, Engine Utilityman
, Deck Engineer Machinist, Unlicensed Junior Engineer, Refrigeration Engineer
, Electronics Technician
which one is the best? and why?
...and are the jobs high in demand?
I wanted to be an actor but I can't do that any more and I don't have any passion other than that so I just need to find a job after I finish high school. What's are easy career paths? Preferably ones that only require an associates degree.
I have a friend who is debating between the 2 jobs..he likes both..but he's not sure what is a better career path (he is looking for something that is better financially long term or something he will stick with until he retires). If anyone has any advice or preference on why one job is better than the other, please let me know. THANKS!!!
I'm currently in australia on a working holiday and I haven't struggled to find a job in every city I've been to. My next stop I'm thinking Toronto or Vancouver.
I'm a commercial air con technician, but I don't have the qualification (this hasn't seemed to be much of a problem in Australia)
I'm looking to do this or unskilled labour work etc.
Will I struggle to find a job in Canada?
I'm deciding on if it's a good trade to pick up.
My husband has worked in the HVAC field for many years but never bothered to go through the process to get his jounymens. He recently filled out the paperwork and $10 fee to get his aprentice liscence (which apparently is needed to get your jounymens). Can anyone explain the process to me, specific to Maryland?
My husband does work for a liscenced HVAC company, so he can easily get the hours. He is also CFC certfied.
Which technical course should i choose from the courses below.electric and electronic engineering,electrical installation,refrigeration and air conditioning or auto electrics.i really need your advice on how to choose a good course to make the future work for me.
What are the various vocational jobs after X Kindly let me know to guide my students
Im looking into getting certified in HVAC. what is the difference from the HVAC certification, from the EPA 608 type 1 certification? are they the same thing? I have a huge knowledge of residential construction and remodeling but haven't a clue about HVAC besides how the system works and also how to recharge a common AC unit. some clarification on the subject would be much obliged.
Please no special operational groups we all know they are the best.
How much an hour does it get you? how does it help?