Let's say you're in an interview, and they ask you if you have any experience in this field. Instead of saying just "no", how could you word it better?
I always saw teaching English as a second language to be really interesting, I've wanted to do it for as long as I can remember. Going to south korea or Japan to teach English would be amazing, but I know I would be alright with doing it in Canada too. I don't know what courses I would have to take,
I'm a junior in high school and I am interested in becoming a Dental Hygienist. I have a 3.2 GPA. I am not interested at all in going to community college because I want a bachelors degree. What colleges are there in the United States that would prepare me to go into this field and what majors shoul
I'm a film student interested in editing and I wanted to get a summer job. Most people say that 1st Assistant Editor is an entry level job, but it actually requires a lot of skill to be the 1st assistant and still being on my first at university I don't think I'm ready for such responsibility. What
I want to be an Editor and I wanted to get a job as a trainee or second assistant during the summer so I could gain more experience and get to know more people in the industry. But I can't seem to find any job ads in this area. Would it be appropriate to call/e-mail some Post-production houses and a
I'm a fresher, planning to start a career in cloud computing. I have completed my graduation in computer science , where i took a course in architecture of cloud computing. What are the career opportunities are freshers in cloud computing,. What are the career opportunities if i have a amazon aws s
I am currently a freshman Biology student who wants to do an internship with a healthcare company. Where should I start?
I recently decided to pursue the engineering field but I do not know what field to go into.
I recently graduated with a degree in Sociology/Anthropology (that's one major) and currently live in Japan. Living in Japan has given me many opportunities to visit sites of cultural and historical importance. I've always been fascinated by the history of each place and have thought of probably doi
I recently went to a networking event and I met a lot of people and I wanted to keep in contact with them. Should I e-mail all of them or just the ones that I had longer conversations with? And how should I approach them with the follow-up e-mail?
high-school student looking to start planning
I'm a college student looking for a summer internship, and I believe I will get accepted to two of the internships I applied to - but I cannot feasibly do both. How can I politely decline one internship while not burning any bridges and maintaining the connections I made there?
I wanna design some games like HD Remaster of games i love (that is if a certain game i wanna remaster is not already remastered), maybe even design my own mobile games, can i start there?
I'm an international student just came to Canada and have a lot of curiosity about my future. I've heard that people have a diploma are easier to find a regular job in office than people have a degree.
What is the best way to manage time going into Physical Therapy School (with applications) and during PT school?
Hi! I will be applying to physical therapy schools next summer, as well as doing an internship and taking my GRE. Does anyone have any good tips on how to stay on top of things and prepare myself for the busy career ahead?
I am turning 30 this year and life has not been exactly how I want it to be. I have a bachelors degree of applied science in Electronics Engineering from DeVry University but I graduated in 2009 I haven't had any type of tech Jobs. except one. and i feel that that job wasn't very technical sense qua
I have just registered for a networking event (more specifically a Vancouver Post Alliance Event) and although I had classes about how to behave in a networking event, I wanted to know how can you meet someone in such a short period of time people and actually create a connection with them.
With the internet vastly available, anybody can post their art online and try to make a buck, but most rarely do. What's a good "old-school" strategy to start selling art? I know that a lot of people would prefer to support a local artist than buy from a mainstream store like IKEA or Target. How do
Rent prices in my area are through the roof, and I feel as though it would be much wiser to invest in property, such as a condo. Is it required to have had your own lease prior to buying a house, or how can you get around it?
I'm actually asking this for my brother. He would like to go into political science, but he doesn't know what he could do with that degree. He doesn't want to be a teacher or a lawyer......is there anything else? Thanks so much!
If someone is a volunteer at a company or a governmental agency and they want to ask about opportunities for paid positions how can they get up the courage to do so?
I am currently volunteering at an agency and I am very interested in the type of work that they are doing there. I enjoy volunteering at the agency but it would be nice to be able to earn and save up some money while I don't have a lot of bills to pay.
I am thinking about double majoring in nonprofit organizations and art history. Is this a good idea?
In the future I would like to eventually work in a museum and or gallery. I would preferably like to work my way up to becoming in charge of a museum or something of that nature. I know most museums now a days are nonprofit so would teaming up majors be a smart decision? All I am for sure of right n
I'm having problems drafting cover letters for potential employers. I don't know how to start the letter in order to grab their attention, and I don't know how to talk about myself without sounding like I'm tooting my own horn a little too much. Any advice would be appreciated!
Next year I'm graduating and I'm really scared about getting out there and actually finding a job. Although I feel like I had enough preparation to go out there I still feel scared. Do you have any tips about starting a career and what is the hardest part about getting out there in the 'real world'?
Hi, This question may not apply to my life currently seeing how I am a student who does not own any property or a home. But I am still curious to know what exactly a Mortgage is because I think it will be useful to understand in the future. Thanks allot!
I am currently working towards an undergraduate degree in international development/globalization with a minor in political science at the University of Ottawa. While I am very interested and inspired by the content I have been learning, I am not sure exactly what I want to specialize in when it com
i am confusedd to opt for journalism or communication..after bachelors if i want a job then what jobs will be available from these two areas?
i am asking because i have to select a college and start my fresher life
Some people believe it is better to pursue a job that'll bring you happiness but maybe not enough money to keep you comfortable. On the other hand you could argue that you'd be happier in a job you don't necessarily enjoy but brings in a ton of money. What's your opinion?
I do not know what majors to do in college and I would love to know some tips in becoming a nonprofit lawyer.
I want to become a nonprofit lawyer, (a lawyer who helps with advocacy, public defense, legal services, etc.)
i want to know how the career opportunities will be like 10 years from now. i am looking for career after i take up BSc. (and not BTech)biotechnology. plps answer fast