I've just graduated with a bachelor's degree in math, and I'm looking for a job that I won't have to go back to school for. My degree's mostly been focused on pure math, and some dynamic systems/fractals. I've taken a couple classes in Python, and one class each in R, Java, and SPSS. I've...
How do I proceed when I have a lot of possible careers but not enough experience in any to work full-time?
I realized late into my college experience that I didn't want to work a math job at all so I finished out my Math degree and am now struggling to find a full-time job I feel qualified for. I have a list of 5 or so potential careers (Including but not limited to: Singer-Songwriter, Writer,...
I know python and some R but is java important to learn too
I am interested in a career in politics eventually.
I'm a recent college graduate with a Math degree and certificates in Art History and German. I have a lot of interests, but I'm mainly focused on the arts. I'd like to do something to help the environment through music, writing, art, religion, etc.
should i just go to college and take classes trying to figure out what i want to get a degree in or should i have a set path yk follow
What opportunities would you recommend a student take advantage of during their time in school?
I am wondering what colleges in Wisconsin or in the USA offer a college that could be specific to roller coaster designers?
I am looking and I don't know what colleges to look for a roller coaster designer specifically. #business
I’m a senior in college currently applying for for time employment post graduation. Many of my applications have been sent to companies online and I have not been getting any call backs. I’ve had my resume checked over and have been assured that it look good. I guess I’m trying to find other...