I am currently a sophomore in high school, and I find outer-space thrilling. I want to know what job I can get to research planets, stars, nebulas, and other galaxies, without having to get a PhD, because that would get frustrating for me. If nothing fits that category, please tell me the next closets thing. Also tell me the steps it takes to acquire this job.
I'm planning on enlisting in the Air National Guard. I'm torn between these jobs: A-10, F-15, and U-2 Avionics Systems and either Geospatial or Network Intelligence. As cool as working on fighter jets would be, I feel like intelligence may be just as interesting and more worthwhile in the long term. I want to pursue a career in either electronics/computers or in federal law enforcement and eventually get a masters degree. What is everyone's take on these jobs?
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1) what are the qualifications to become a zoologist
2)Where are universities in or near Ontario, Canada
You no the movie mission to mars right i think its what its called where they go into the face of mars an they found out that theycould breath an everything now why havnt they dug into the face of mars an taken samples of this so called ice on mars as well an hopefull this new planet gliese 581g is one of the sources where these aliens are comming from......?
I have completed my B.A in Geography and i want to study G.I.S, so which colleges are providing G.I.S education. And what are its requirements
My best friend and I are considering moving to the UK or Ireland for a year to live and work.
I read about the European Union "Blue Card" work permit program that is being created to attract highly skilled workers and think that we would both be able to get jobs.
Are there any companies dealing with GIS, photogrammetry, mapping or remote sensing there? If so, please provide name and website. Also, my friend has 12+ years of experience as a pharmacy technician and is a board Certified Pharmacy Technician in the US and Canada. Any ideas on places she would be able to work there?
What are our chances of finding work? Would prefer Scotland or Ireland but open to all locations.
Looking for links to firms and information not search engines. Thanks
I am obtaining a BS in Information Technology.
Can I still easily get into the remote sensing/GIS/Geospatial field with this major along with a post bachelorette certificate in Geospatial Intelligence of GIS?
How likely with that experience will I be able to find a job in that field?
I keep hearing about a geography major but Informatino Technology is technical ontop of that I will be specializing in GIS after college
Any input please??
Which jobs in GIS (geographic information systems) does not require many mathematical skills??? Something that isn't too difficult but also pays well, thanks!!!
I am currently studying bachelor of GIS at university, i had mathematics 135 which involved algebra and trigonometry, i had passed that successfully and also had mathematics 146 which involved calculus, i had also passed that successfully, although i had to complete mathematics course i do not really enjoy doing it, if i had a choice to do the mathematics course i would choose not to. So pretty much not a big fan of maths, if i have to do it then i will.
I am 16 years old and I plan to be an archaeologist in the future, I will be graduating from the international baccalaureate program. Reading over the previous answers and questions similar to mine I found some information posted many times saying that you should work as a field tech , [what exactly is a field tech?]....I just need a sagacious person to tell me what I have to do to attain these goals.
I am currently interested in persuing a career in GIS, but I was wondering if Java and C++ are key elements in GIS, since I am not so great at programming computers.
Can someone please tell me where the currently needed job listings are for the forest service? I can only find the jobs that they have but not the jobs that are available.
I dont know whether to major in Geography or Health administration. i love geography, but i just dont know much about the career options available, or if i can find a job after i graduate. likewise i dont know if ill be able to get a job at a hospital with a health administration degree, can someone help me out with this? i need a little more info
I will be done with college next fall (2014). I plan to move back to Charlotte, NC where I grew up. I am currently in Indiana. What is the best way to go about finding a job in Charlotte? Should I wait till I graduate then go there for a week and job search or is it possible to find jobs in Charlotte from my current location? I have never had to do this before so I don't know how to go about doing this. Any advice is appreciated.
First of all I have already went to my career services office. I dont like to depend on anyone. I was just asking for advice. Why would I post something like this if I wasn't going to graduate in a year? Half of your response was very useful the other half was stupid and disrespectful. I didn't post on here to be insulted. I was just trying to get opinions from people who may have done this thing before. I am studying office administration and my college is based in Indiana and doesn't have a whole lot of connections where I want to move. The connections they do have are not companies I am interested in. Plus I have heard so many horror stories about trying to find jobs in other states. Most companies wont even consider you if you are in another state which is why I posted here. Thank you for your half stupid response.
I was wondering if anyone can give me any advice on the next big hot career?
The dot.com of the 90's then it was anything in engineering
now it seems as if it's Social Work. I was just wondering because I am due to graduate with a BA in English Literature and would like to get a Master's in something marketable.
What does the job entale?, and why do they get bad mouthed all the time??
Can anyone help me to find an essey about how medicine will look like in 10-20 years. not just in technical sense, but doctor-patient relations...
Im about to start a degree in geology in a college in Australia . Its a 3 year bachelor degree in science. And Im also going to do my masters in Geology and hopefully to my phd in the far future. Is a 3 year degree enough to become a geologist or do I need to do another year after that (honors)?
And I'm also planning on going back to America to do my masters (i was there before and i went to high school there in chicago)
And what kind of jobs are available for me with a masters degree and what is the average salary or starting salary?
(and i dont want to be a teacher or lecturer) i would love to go into paleontology, but i heard there isnt much money in that.