Career Questions tagged Aftercollege
For a majority of students they do not have to worry about anything but tuition their four years of school; But what about after that. How do we prepare to have a job lined up along with somewhere to live. What are some steps we can take to make sure we land on our feet after graduating...
In the future, I would like to become a biomedical engineer. I want to conduct research in a field such as prosthetics, Stem Cells, immunology, neurology, or regeneration. While there are many colleges that offer this as a major, it’s not as obvious where the best place to go after college...
I know that a lot more schooling goes into the process of being a Veterinarian, and job shadows. But what I’m worried about is what to do with my degree after school. Do I join in with a firm? Or do I make a private practice? I don’t know which is the right or easier step to take after college...
I am a civil engineering student, but I would be grateful for an answer from other fields of engineering as well. What made you choose engineering, and what made you decide to stick onto it throughout college and even after college? What was your terribly strong and persistent reason that made...
I'm only a college freshman, but it's easy to tell that as students our factors of success are our transcript, test scores, extracurricular and volunteer experiences, internships and/or work experiences within our field of career, leadership, awards and honors. When we leave college, we're...
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