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Should i go for a 4 year degree or a two year degree if i want to become a police officer¿

I am interested in the police forcé. #police...

#officer

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Posted by Angel C.
Brian Clements | Police Officer My recommendation is to go for a four year degree in ...

How useful would a journalism or english degree be in contingency with a law degree?

I want to go to law school to become a lawyer but I want to be an editor first, then later expand my education and change careers. How realistic is this plan and would the prior degree be of any help? #lawyer #judges...

#harvard

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Posted by Emily K.
Camille Edwards Bennehoff | Tax Attorney Yes it's a good plan. The practice of law requires a ...

How difficult is it to find a job in publishing that allows you to afford the cost of living in New York?

I have always wanted to be an editor, however my concern now is in being capable of comfortably supporting myself. This newfound concern has led me to question whether my choice path will be realistic enough to pursue. #writing #editing #books #publishing #magazines #new-york...

#newspapers

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Posted by Emily K.
Brian Kirby | Senior Manager, Content & Publishing Technology at AIG Emily, Most entry-level positions in NY, not just those for editing, ...

What kind of a job would a computer engineer have? And is it a hard field?

I'm asking this because I'm interested in this field but I do know what they do. Will the jobs be boring? Do computer egimeers like their job or is it hard and tedious? #engineer...

#computer

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Posted by Kerri M.
Niaam Emad | Computer Engineer at 'Self-Employed'​ when you like what you study and do everything will be ...

Should I enter college right after high school if I do not know what I wish to major in?

I am asking because I want to go to college but I do not want to waste time or money on any classes I am not passionate about....

#college

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Posted by Kenesha C.
Michael Pelak | Account Analyst at AIG If you do not know what you want to do, it ...

Does physical therapy have a bright outlook for a career?

I have always wanted to help people. My mom is an RN so I am aware of some nursing background. I am really interested in being a PT but I am curious to know if the career has a bright outlook? #college #professor...

#physical-therapist

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Posted by Meghan D.
Brendon Larsen, PTA | Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor Yes. Demand is expected to grow around 34% for Physical Therapists ...

Is it good to enter the navy as a doctor?

I would like to know the details about the benefits, base pay, work environment, training programs, and rank when in the navy after becoming a doctor. #medicine #military #counselor #navy...

#nrotc

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Posted by Jorge G.
Daniel Reiser, OD, FAAO | Aerospace Optometrist Thanks for your question. I served in the Air Force for ...

I am pursuing a career as a Physicans Assistant, but I am an introvert. Is anyone out there in the same boat? Did you find your introversion to be an asset or a impediment?

I honestly think that PA is the right career for me, and I have discussed my concerns about how long periods of time interacting with people drains me with a current PA. She is very introverted as well, and has found it to be an asset. I was hoping for a few other opinions, as well as differing...

#medicine #healthcare

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Posted by Malinda G.
Nia Maye | HM1 at US Navy Hello, I am an introvert as well, but I'm also in ...

Do you believe accounting is boring (college classes/ career)?

I'm going to be starting college this fall as an accounting major, but now I'm not so sure because everyone's telling me that it's not an interesting field to be in. #accounting...

#major

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Posted by Meherunisa N.
Kevin Jenkins | Sr. Financial Advisor Accounting (and Finance) are truly the language of business. They can ...

Can you specialize in any topic as a Nurse Practitioner?

If i have a license as a nurse practitioner, can i work in a different specialty? #nursing...

#medical

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Posted by Tynesha A.
Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center You most certainly can. You can work in Emergency Medicine, Critical ...

When playing in an orchestra at a high level of experience, say The Juilliard School sort of experience, are there times where the players would need to memorize songs/ play without a conductor?

I am going to try to get into The Juilliard school and if I do happen to get in, I am wondering what I might expect at that level of playing. Not just from that school but also from other orchestras that play at that level. #music...

#orchestral-music

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Posted by Charlotte S.
Mandy Reid | Teacher - music and family education/self employed Most orchestral musicians use their music when playing because they have ...

Where's the cheapest college to become a doctor in the US?

I want to become a doctor to help people with their health issues and save many lives. #doctor #biology #pre-med...

#counselor

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Posted by Jorge G.
Ian Sarad | Fermentation Scientist There are issues with going to the least expensive medical school ...

Besides obtaining my Bachelors, what other steps can I take now to make myself more attractive to a PA program?

I am a graduating high school senior and have just determined which career path I want to follow, which is that of a Physician Assistant. I discovered that PA would be a good fit for me as a result of a career class at my local community college. However, I have no history or experience in any...

#career #physician #health #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Posted by Malinda G.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association malinda, i've been a family physician for 20 years. here's my ...

What's the average amount of hours Finance Analyst contribute in work on a weekly basis? Do they stay happy?

I heard working as a finance analyst often requires staying in the office for more hours than the average 9-5 worker. Will I have a life if I pursue this career? #business #finance...

#economics

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Michael Kenney | VP Finance Integration at Dell This is a personal question which relates to the work-life balance ...

What jobs besides fiction author could I use an English degree with specialization in creative writing for?

I've always had narrow interest revolving around fictional/fantasy ideas but I know that it's rather difficult to become successful in that area though I will try. I want to have some sort of back up plan if things don't work out for me that has at least some of my interest involved. #english...

#creative-writing #future-careers #writer #fiction-writing

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Posted by Carolyn B.
Lana Hughey My degree is in English with a minor in creative writing. ...

Should I fulfill myself with AP courses my senior year of highschool?

I've only taken 2 AP classes before hand senior, is it worth it? #college #high-school...

#transition

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Posted by Melissa P.
Bill Zakowski | Senior Product Manager of Global End User Services AP courses are helpful. They give you a sense of what ...

What is one thing that could prepare you for college as a freshman walking in?

what is one thing freshmen in college can't live without?...

#college

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Posted by Imani C.
Stacey Brown | Anaya Enterprises, College and Career Consulting One important skill to enhance before matriculating to college is time ...

Which books should I read before I enter law school this fall semester?

I was recently accepted into law school. I am eighteen years old, so I likely do not have as much knowledge in my head as other incoming 1Ls. I would like to enter law school at least somewhat prepared. Ideally, I will be familiar with the basic legal jargon and concepts that I will...

#young-adults #law-school #california

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Posted by Jade K.
Lisa Goldman | Attorney and Compliance Officer Jade - first of all, congratulations! Gaining admission to law school ...

Is it worth the time and money to get a degree in Fine Arts?

Interested in getting a degree in Fine Arts #art #artist...

#fine-art

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Posted by Carmen M.
Ellen Rosenthal | Retired Art Teacher at Fairfax County Public Schools That depends on several factors. How committed are you to your ...

Can you raise a family and still be a surgeon?

I've heard that it's difficult to be a mother and still hold down a full time job, is this true?...

#medicine

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Posted by Jackie S.
Martin Duchesne | PT at Genesis Rehabilitation anything is possible with good support and a good company, of ...

What is the difference between high school life and college life

I will be graduating high school in June, and attending college in the fall. Therefore, I want to have an idea what it is like to be in college #college #teaching #teacher #counselor...

#college-student

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Posted by Idris A.
Laura Vaughn | North America Commercial Enterprise Solutions Campaign Consultant at ... It's been a long time since I made that transition. :) ...

How could planning to spend some years as a stay-at-home mom affect my career choice?

I know I want to work as a therapist in my future, and I feel that my career would be a very important part of my life. At the same time, I know I also want to have a family, and I'd like to spend at least a few years at home with my children, assuming this is financially feasible for our...

#psychology #play-therapy #art-therapy #parenting #therapy #stay-at-home

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Posted by Nora Y.
Emily Livermore | Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology at PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. ... Excellent question! That is great to consider, and it seems like ...

In social work, can you travel to third world countries and help children in need?

I have always wanted to work with kids, but especially the ones who had gone through the a lot of things in life, not just kids but also teenagers. #work...

#social

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Posted by Danixa B.
Courtney Caliendo | Social Worker I would suggest researching the Peace Corps as an option. Other ...

How do I go about looking for companies that would be willing to help pay for my schooling in exchange for working for them?

I am a physical therapy student looking to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Graduate school is expensive and I have heard of companies who are willing to help students pay their debts to have them work for their company. #therapy...

#physical

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Posted by Paige D.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, CMA | Sense, Think, Move, movement activities for groups Talk with the school financial aid officer to start with. Search ...

How do I prepare for international human rights legal work?

I will graduate next month, June 2016, and enter law school this fall. I have traveled a lot and found that I can help/protect people around the world through the law. To the international human rights lawyers out there - what is the advice you would give your past self about your current...

#human-rights #international-law #government #slavery #religious-freedom

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Posted by Jade K.
Oksana Klymovych | Adjunct Professor at Emory University While in the law school , apply communicate with human rights ...

Does physical therapy school pay off?

My name is Emma and I am very interested in the medical field. I'm not sure what yet, but I've had lots of experience with physical therapy due to my ACL tear. I would love to hear an opinion on schooling length and difficulty at getting into a program. Thanks!! #medicine #healthcare...

#physical-therapist #physical-therapy

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Posted by Emma S.
Willy Reyes | Physical Therapist Hi Emma! Since you have had some issues with your ACL, ...

I got a 36 on the ACT, how can I best utilize it to get scholarships?

I need financial help to pursue a degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering #college #engineer #scholarships...

#act

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Posted by Andrew A.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Congrats on getting a great score Andrew! Some colleges will give ...
Sagar Pawar | Technical Support Specialist at DELL Hi Kelly, It's good to know that you have an inclination ...

What is the best way to ensure the right credits get transferred to a 4-year college?

I will be attending John Tyler Community College this fall, and I am planning to transfer (sooner rather than later) to VCU after I finish my prerequisites. I will be majoring in general science with the intended career path of pre-medicine; therefore, I will have a wider variety of job...

#college-advice #college-advising #college-transfer #college-advisement

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Posted by Joscelyn O.
Crystal Quach | Risk Analyst at Zynga The best way to ensure the right credits are being transferred ...
Cody Hard | Game Designer at Zynga Hi Sammy! I'd definitely listen to what Eric has to say. ...

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