Im super curious on why jobs say that they have a minimum requirement of people aged 16 when 14 & 15 year olds are legally allowed to get hired with paperwork.
What would I have to accomplish in order to be a psychologist? I’ve been wanting to be one for a while and go into social Sciences. I’m still in high school but im planning my future.
I recently got into college and I'm anxious that I won't be able to organize my time
I have a two-year degree in what is essentially digital photography (my childhood dream) that I got immediately after high school. I have since decided that this isn’t a good fit for me as a career, and have been struggling to find my first job. In 2019, I went back to my local community...
I'm looking into becoming a personal trainer as soon as I graduate highschool; however, the process to becoming one seems a bit complex for me, especially as someone whose going into it young. I'd greatly appreciate any tips and advice. Thanks!
What strategies and approaches have you found most effective in achieving long-term career growth and success in your field, and how have you balanced personal and professional development to attain your future goals?
In my experience, the key to long-term career growth and success has been a combination of continuous learning and building a strong professional network. Staying updated on industry trends and acquiring new skills through courses, workshops, or conferences has been essential. Additionally,...
Currently learning Web Development full stack.
- Do I have to get a good score on the sat to get into a good college?
- Does it matter if I attend a community college?
I am in middle school, and I want to be a lawyer when I grow up. What could I do to support that, or help me in the future?
I am in middle school. I don't know what to do.