Career questions tagged employment
How do you handle a situation where two people aren't working well together?
Understand the nature of the conflict. Encourage employees to work it out themselves. Listen to both sides. Determine the real issue, together. Consult your employee handbook. Find a solution.
Are job opportunities great for biotechnology majors in the U.S. as a non-US citizen and non permanent resident?
Currently a rising high school senior. I am thinking of majoring in Biotechnology, so I want to know how do employment opportunities look like as Biotech major. I am also considering grad school.
What is required to secure a job interview at publix?
So I've applied online on publix.com/applications and have already filled out the application to three stores;two of which of visited once in person and one of those two I've visited twice and called twice to speak to their manager. I'm going to go a third time so I was wondering how I could captivate the manager's attention to secure an interview
What to expect as a teacher searching for an entry position?
What hiring process can I expect as I start to research and interview for schools? My college history is not the best but I really love to teach. Will my grades impact schools hiring me and if so, how can work around that?
How would one go about finding a job in marketing and/or advertising?
Are there certain degrees or experience that you would need in order to apply for such jobs? Or are there ways to apply for internships and/or get hired and then trained?
What can I do to land a job that I enjoy after college?
I think something that I can do is to work on myself as much as possible when studying. I believe that the more I do something the better I get, and anything that I do productively can only help me in the future.
How are working conditions in programming and I.T careers ?
Are you constantly in an office or do you work from home due to covid? Do employees often work together or have many personal duties for other companies with specific due dates?
I just got an offer! How do I tailor my resume?
I just got an offer from a recruiter yesterday. She asked me to send my resume to her email since I want to have an internship to explore the different industries. The recruiter offered me free training in web development. Although, my resume has no experience related to the "web development" field. Should I pass my current resume (the only one I have) without tailoring it or should I tailor it to that field?
How do I make my resume stand out when I don't have any work experience?
I'm a final year student who has to go into the corporate world soon. However, it's hard writing and building my resume because I have no previous work experience. How can I stand out? #job #work #employment #economics
How can I find a job where I can start working as soon as possible?
My name is Mary J, it has been months since I've been searching for a job in my area with no success. My credit score is getting low since I'm not able to pay for it and I can't find any side jobs that can keep me going through the next few months. I've tried looking for internships but it has been a little difficult due to covid. I'm in a bad spot, my bills are coming through and I start my classes next month. How can I find a job where I can start working as soon as possible? #jobs #unemployed #employ #employment
I am studying Business Management and digital marketing. I need suggestions whether I should take Masters in Cybersecurity or Data Science?
I do not have a very technical background but I have basic knowledge on HTML and Java. So I am confuse which master degree is best for me? which is more challenging and which has better job prospect and higher salary? Thank you and I hope someone can give me advice:) #job #masters #employment #cybersecurity #data #datascience #dataanalyst #school #salary #technology #coding
Is it worth it to double major in psychology and neuroscience?
Right now, I've declared my major as Psychology (B.S.) and I'm thinking about adding a Neuroscience major. I'm very interested in the biological basis of behavior, down to a cellular/molecular level. However, I know it would take a lot of effort, time and money to declare an additional major. Will I have an advantage if I double major in both for graduate school and for my future careers? Or, am I simply overworking myself? #psychology #college #major #neuroscience #graduateschool #employment #college-major