Calumet City, Illinois
How do I figure out what to do for my college majors?
I have a BS in psychology and want to go back to school to work in the mental health field with the chronically mentally ill, as of now. It would be easier for me financially to get the counseling degree, but I know that the social work degree offers more variety in terms of careers, and it is...
What are some skills students looking to pursue investment banking should practice and learn? What are some skills/topics students pursuing finance and accounting should learn about? Are there resources or books or anything else where I can learn concepts in finance and accounting and even...
How much pressure should I put on choosing what I want to study at University? I am currently very drawn toward Psychology and English and I don't know which to focus more on.
I am a junior in high school.
I would prefer not to go into education.
I don't know whether to focus on English or Psychology and I'm worried that if I choose to focus on the wrong one, it will all go downhill.
As someone interested in psychology, and possibly going into a career as a therapist or counselor, is it challenging to take on so many other people's issues? Does that affect the non-working part of your life mentally or emotionally?
Currently a junior in high school
Very interested in studying psychology at University
I am in the CYSC program and I would like to have more information on where I should look when I am applying for new jobs. What search engines do you use?
What steps do I have to take in order to become a hospitalist? Do I have to become an RN? What will college look like?
I am a junior. I just want to know how many years will each step take and what are the steps.
To understand the company's values, management, leadership styles, and the approach in which they take to solve challenges and treating their employees in that particular occupation.
My goal is to gain a better understanding of what other people think about an industry before I choose a career
I asked this question because i'm interested in this job and want to know what you like about it.
401 K, Health Insurance, Paid Holidays, Paid Medical leave, Paid Sick Leave, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Identity Protection, financial resources, Financial Hardship Programs, Flexible Scheduling, Disability Insurance
What training did you go through to become the chef you are today and how did you go about it. Was it mostly over the years moving up in the job or was it more education and training in a classroom like setting.
I asked this question because i want to know if its something i would enjoy
I'm asking because i wanna make sure this is a right fit for me and so i make the right decision.
What do you like most/least about Non-Destructive hat do you like the most/least about Non-Destructive Testing?
How will this career help me pursue my long life term goals?
What can I do to help myself grow more in the medical field?
How will this career benefit me ?