Although i don't find school to be much of an interest to me, I know it takes at least twelve years to complete. Was the school difficult for you? Did it pay off in the end? Have you changed your career path since you were in school?
As much as i desire to help, I get stuck not understanding if the only thing i'm truly interested in is understanding the mind and how it works. Would i be able to thrive in a profession that deals with helping people more then just dealing with medical aspects?
Do you have any suggestions for me?
I wanted ask this question because if i am not sure about being a distance learning coordinator what other field would you recommend i look in to.
I want to know the process it takes to become a nurse midwife.
How can i advance in landscaping? What great ideas i can learn from landscaping? Can Landscaping help me in the future as i strive? Will landscaping help me as i learn different Skills? How does landscaping help me adapt? How i can help myself become the best Landscaper i want to be? Is being...
What type of education is needed for this line of work? I've graduated with my G.E.D and would like to know what else I need. Is there room for advancements in this career field.
I'm a secondary 2 student in my country. So, which subjects should I take in IGCSE to become a writer or a psychologist? Can you suggest one for me between computer science and biology?
Could you give me suggestions for my life and career? I really appreciate each of your suggestions. Thank you very much!!
I would love some guidance about what should I do to get my license in the country if I already have the license in another country
i wonder if u need schooling
I lake to travel when it's hot.
I am a speech-language pathologist in a school setting. I have long term experience with teaching, as well as playing and writing music, and I have a passion for studying foreign languages. Where to I begin to explore careers that make use of a number of these skills and interests rather than...
So I wanna become a electrical engineer so is there any programs or anything that I should look into before I decide to pursue this kind of career in engineering
I have heard a lot of mixed feelings about the careers that involve gaming as a whole. All the way from Game Designer to Game tester. I have been told it strips the enjoyment of gaming away once you are required to do make your hobby into a job with gaming specifically . Is there some way to...
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