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Did your college help you a lot to get your first job?

Hi, My name is Annemarie and I am in highschool. I heard that colleges have job offices that help students get jobs, but they do not guarantee jobs. Some of my older cousins said that they didn't think their college was very helpful for getting a job. Did you get your first job from your...

#college #jobs

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Posted by Annemarie C.
Leeanne Donovan | Office Manager | Overlord - Zynga Toronto by ... Hey Annemarie, Good question. I would like to start by saying ...

How should I dress to an interview?

I am scared of looking bad and giving a bad first impression with the stuff I will wear. #career #jobs #interviews...

#dress-for-success

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Alexander N.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org Several great suggestions already. I'd also add that you can often ...

How long did it take for you to figure out what career you were interested in?

How long did it take for you to figure out what career you were interested in? I'm a Junior and I still don't know what I want to do after college. #career...

#time-management

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Active Dec 08 '17 at 03:45

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Posted by Arianna H.
Will Khoo | Systems Support Analyst II at LinkedIn Be really honest with you, everyone ask the same question. No ...

How do I decide between career paths?

I am currently a senior in highschool trying to decide between career paths. I am interested in the medical field but I am also intersted in business. I was wondering what should be my deciding factor or some things I should take into consideration in order to come to a final decision....

#business #money #career-choice #undecided #medicine #career-path

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Posted by Rio-NielC_af13 .
Shelby Grossman My advice would be to not rush the decision. If you're ...

How do I get chances to practice public speaking?

I keep hearing that I am supposed to practice public speaking to improve myself. I always imagine that there will be lots of class discussion in college, so I want to be better at public speaking before I go to college. I do not have any real expertise so I don't see how I can find any way to...

#oral-communications #public-speaking #communication-skills

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Posted by Joan C.
Megan Christenson | Senior Manager, the Civic Accelerator at Points of ... Hi Joan, Check out Toastmasters! www.toastmasters.com. Lots of chapters all of ...

How do you know what career you want?

I'm a bit unsure what to do after college. How do you decide what your path should be? #business #marketing #fashion #design #photography #advertising #drawing...

#undecided

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Posted by Chandni M.
Adam Brittain | Senior Value Manager at Workday My career never totally matched what my college studies were, has ...

Why should I go to college?

I don't know what college to go to...

#college

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Active Aug 02 '17 at 17:12

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Posted by Zachary W.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Does the career you are pursuing depend on a college/university degree?

Are online colleges as good as normal colleges?

I am considering going to an online college. #college #college-major...

#college-selection

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Posted by Rachel B.
Steve Holden | Director EMEA Proposals at Dell I'd say it depends on your learning style, your discipline, and ...

In a medical profession, is it okay to cry in front of your patients and their families?

I'm hoping to become a neonatal nurse someday. I am not especially emotional, but I know that if a baby didn't make it, I might not be able to contain my emotions. So, my question is, is it okay to show your emotions in front of patients and their families? Is it good to do so, to show the...

#medicine #professional-training #mentoring #nursing #healthcare

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Posted by Angelina P.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... This is somewhat of a unique question and I am sure ...

Is it possible to pursue two careers at the same time?

I want to pursue a career both as a medical internist and a classical pianist. I am a classical trained and an experienced performing pianist, who has huge interests in aiding those who face adversity with their health. #medicine #science #music #career-choice...

#career-paths

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Posted by DavidOppNet2017 .
Suzanne Lappas Hi David! I understand your dilemma! For much of my life ...

What kind of career can a person pursue if they want to work internationally?

I am a senior in high school who wants to work internationally when I get out of college. However, I'm not sure what kind of careers are out there that I can potentially pursue when I am out of college. #international...

#international-relations

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Posted by KrestanS_af13 .
Christina Shim Other ideas: Work for the government (Ex: State Department, Central Intelligence ...

What careers could I pursue that include traveling to different countries?

I am currently a Sophmore in Highschool. Through my school I am in an internship program that not only gives us opportunities but pushes us the students to figure out what they want to do for the future and how. Personally, finding a career in another nation is something I am very interested...

#career #international #travel #future

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Posted by Aiden N.
Joe Cronin | President, InternationalCitizens.com Great question.Teaching English abroad is one option. Getting a job in ...

Do you have to major in a science to go to Med school?

Heard that you didn't just wanted to be sure. #doctor #science...

#biology

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Posted by Devetra C.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... No. You have to complete certain science classes that almost all ...

What is a good way to get jobs?

Most jobs are now accepting applications online, so you don't go in person and ask for an interview. Is there another way that gives you a higher chance of getting the job you want? How did you get the jobs you have? #career #money...

#job

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:38

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Posted by Tiffanie L.
Peter Van Dyck | Country Opportunity Manager - Dell Belgium (Global Proposals ... Show that you have several skills. Emphasize what you have been ...

A counselor told me that to be able to go to a University I should start doing extracurricular activities like clubs, sports, etc.(I am not athletic what so ever). My question is, Is it really that necessary?

I don't always have time for extracurricular activities, I also don't work but I have chores and lots of homework every night, I'm taking 4 AP classes right now ( I'm a junior in high school). Just thinking about joining a club and staying after-school sounds like too much stress! ( I know I...

#pediatrics #nursing #medical #veterinarian #nurse #psychology

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Posted by Jennifer S.
Andy Wang | Principal Artist at Zynga That's a great question, Jennifer. While it's not exactly necessary to ...

What is one of the most versatile major?

I am not quite sure what to major in. i have so many interests and i feel like i need a major that can help me with several different types of job opportunities till i find my most ideal career. #business #doctor #nursing #art #communications...

#history

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Posted by Alea S.
Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... Hi Alea! I think that deciding on a major is a ...

What education and experience path leads to consulting?

To #consultants : how did you get to where you are? After you are successful in a field, do you become a consultant to help others? Do you take a second job? #consulting...

#management-consulting

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Posted by Julianne B.
Kevin Galligan | Founder of The NYC & SF Restaurant Tech ... There is a real long answer to this question but I'll ...

Two patients enter to seek treatment from you at the same time. One of them is rich, and the other is poor. Provide the different circumstances in which you would treat either patient first, and why.

While this question is probably answerable by those who are not in the medical profession, I think that perhaps those who are experienced would be able to provide me with a different perspective. #medicine #medical #medical-education #emergency-medicine #family-medicine #doctors-assistant...

#medical-practice

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Posted by Jessica W.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... It is the same in mental health. Identify whether one patient ...

Should I choose the job I love or the job that makes me money?

Looking back at my 16 years of life, I would have never thought I would have to choose between doing what I love and making money. As a little girl, I always dreamed of being a teacher. I looked up to the agents of change at my school and appreciated all of the things they do for me and the...

#life-choice #financial-risk #money #career-choice #future-careers #financial-planning #personal-development #career-details

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Posted by Karen P.
Paul A Coulter | Master Catalyst - How Great Can Your Life ... Karen! Why not a career you love and being paid well. ...

What is it like to become a teacher? I'm thinking of becoming one as well :)

Can someone give me a list of types teachers Out there instead of school (Don't give me English, math, science, etc.,) I want to become a teacher out there. But what other teachers are there?? :) #teacher #art #children #learning...

#talent

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Posted by Joana R.
Matthew McNatt | Feldenkrais Practitioner, HANDLE Practitioner In your other questions, Joana, you've indicated an interest in art, ...

How do you know that you're choosing the right career?

I am really interested in interior design but I am afraid that once I get into the industry that I won't like it and will have wasted my time in college. #college-major #career-choice #experience #interior-design...

#workflow

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Posted by Michaela B.
Andy Wang | Principal Artist at Zynga Careers these days don't have to be the one thing that ...

Which career would fit me if I'm good at math and human anatomy & physiology but not organic chemistry ?

I'm still having a hard time to decide which career in healthcare would fit me . Any suggestion would be appreciate. #career #medical...

#major

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Posted by Krystal N.
Ollie Jones | Software Engineer at Glance Networks There's a real global need for public health doctors, also known ...

Registered Nurse

i just need to know what degree do i need inorder to become a nurse practitioner / registered nurse #nurse...

#registered-nurses

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Posted by Eve M.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org You could get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (a "BSN" ...

What types of careers offer traveling?

I just want to travel and wake up with a new beautiful view once or twice a week. #career...

#travel

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Posted by Doribel R.
Seimi Huang | Consultant at Deloitte Consulting Hey Doribel! Many careers offer traveling - I can speak to ...

Which careers will allow me to travel the world?

I am a college student, living in a small town and never really going out of this small town. One of my biggest aspirations is being able to wear a suit, fly first class, work with new people in brand new locations. #business #career #job-search #travel...

#international-experience

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Posted by Owen N.
Joseph Gandolfi I would consider majoring in International Business, or something closely related ...

Which careers are good if I enjoy working with kids?

I have been volunteering, and I have found that I really like working with kids. What careers would allow me to be around kids and work with kids? I have already considered the teaching options, e.g., in a day-care, preschool, or elementary school, but I am looking for other ideas for...

#education #children

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Posted by SarahMiller .
J Pan Traditional careers where you work with kids include becoming a teacher ...

What one thing would you have wanted to know about your job before you started?

Hey! If you could know one thing about your job before you actually started your job, what would it be? #business #teaching #nursing #medical #healthcare #law...

#law-enforcement

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Posted by Angelina P.
John Cohen | Senior Recruiting Consultant at Dell I would want to know what is the Culture Code of ...

Is it necessary to go on a college visit to decide on a college? How do college visits factor in making this decision?\

I would like to go to college out of state and it would be difficult to visit the colleges I am considering. #college...

#counseling

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Camryn S.
Matthew Armes | Academic Counselor, University of Pennsylvania Camryn, this is a great question to consider, especially when distance ...

I am still unsure about what I want to study in college, but my family is strongly encouraging me to become a nurse, should I just listen to them?

My grandparents, parents, and siblings all think I would be a great nurse but I am unsure that that's for me. My problem is I have no idea what is for me, so how can I know if they are wrong or right about that? #nursing #career-choice...

#parenting

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Posted by McKinley B.
Stuart Bowen | Academic Coach, Montgomery College My advice would be "no," don't JUST listen to them. LIsten ...

Commute or dorm?

I want to hear anyone's experiences of commuting or dorming for school and what was their experiences with that. The pros and cons and the reality of each situation. #college #experience #college-life...

#benefits

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Posted by Karen H.
Randy Chronister, MBA, PMP | Project Analyst at Fannie Mae I commuted to save more money. My recommendation would be this: ...

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