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What is your best advice on transitioning from academia into a medical science liaison position in a biotech/pharma company without industry experience or an internship?

hat is your best advice on transitioning from academia into a medical science liaison position in a biotech/pharma company without industry experience or an internship?

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I am a marketing major interested in the tech industry what roles could there possibly be for me in that field?

I am looking for more creative work in group settings

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Do you think exploring all industries is a good choice?

Hello! I am still not sure if being a "project manager" is a good fit for me. Currently, I am open to trying out internships in different industries. I want a job that is flexible to work with. Should I pick one industry to explore or should I pick what's available for me? I would love to connect on Linkedin to learn more about your careers.

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How easy is it to transfer skills from a physics BS to a job in industry?

I feel like a lot of recruiters will ask about engineering project experience or software expertise, and so far my classes have been math/theory focused. I'm comfortable with Python and have taken a few labs, but I feel like I don't have the experience a lot of employers expect. What sort of industry jobs are out there for physics majors? #physics #undergraduate #job-experience #industry #physics-major #career #GivingIsCaring

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Jorge697 views

What are the main responsibilities as a welder?

#welding #career #industry

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What steps should I take to get into Mobile Development?

My Goal: Create an app similar to Tinder *Please note, I'm not trying to throw my hat in the ring with Tinder, Bumble, and all of those. This is just a side project that I'm interested in, I'm not considering fighting against Tinder. My Current Skills: * Minimal experience with MEAN stack and React Native (tutorials & summer internship) * Some experience with Java, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and React (summer internship & hackathons) My Resources: Youtube tutorials, Google, and Safari (such as Practical React Native: Build Two Full Projects and One Full Game using React Native) My Plan: - Pick either Android, iOS, or RN - Complete tutorials in that language until I have a solid foundation for MobileDev - Continue building my skills so I can create my goal app Now, I am 100% willing to get some scrapes and bruises in order to create my goal app, no doubt about it. However, I want to make sure that I'm on the right track and doing this efficiently. * Would it be okay for me to learn React Native first, then worry about learning native languages later? - I read about some risks with working with React Native and it seems like the general consensus is that if I'm a massive tech company, I should stick with native. I'm not a massive tech company, so I'm thinking React Native. * Should I try to learn React Native and Android at the same time if I want to go into industry? I was told that if I want a Mobile Dev job, I should be working on learning Kotlin. *Is there anything that maybe I didn't think of? I'm looking for honest and genuine insight on this, both cautious and encouraging. Thank you for your time. #technology #mobileDevelopment #mobileDev # software #engineering #internship #iOS #android #kotlin #industry #womenInTech #react #reactNative #learning #tech #programming

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What steps should I take to get into Mobile Development

My Goal: Create an app similar to Tinder *Please note, I'm not trying to throw my hat in the ring with Tinder, Bumble, and all of those. This is just a side project that I'm interested in, I'm not considering fighting against Tinder. My Current Skills: * Minimal experience with MEAN stack and React Native (tutorials & summer internship) * Some experience with Java, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and React (summer internship & hackathons) My Resources: Youtube tutorials, Google, and Safari (such as Practical React Native: Build Two Full Projects and One Full Game using React Native) My Plan: - Pick either Android, iOS, or RN - Complete tutorials in that language until I have a solid foundation for MobileDev - Continue building my skills so I can create my goal app Now, I am 100% willing to get some scrapes and bruises in order to create my goal app, no doubt about it. However, I want to make sure that I'm on the right track and doing this efficiently. * Would it be okay for me to learn React Native first, then worry about learning native languages later? - I read about some risks with working with React Native and it seems like the general consensus is that if I'm a massive tech company, I should stick with native. I'm not a massive tech company, so I'm thinking React Native. * Should I try to learn React Native and Android at the same time if I want to go into industry? I was told that if I want a Mobile Dev job, I should be working on learning Kotlin. *Is there anything that maybe I didn't think of? I'm looking for honest and genuine insight on this, both cautious and encouraging. Thank you for your time. #technology #mobileDevelopment #mobileDev # software #engineering #internship #iOS #android #kotlin #industry #womenInTech #react #reactNative #learning #tech

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Matthew1046 views

How do you start building connections, in terms of business? (I am still a teenager)

#Business #Connection #Connections #Contact #BusinessRelation #Expanding #ExpandingView #Friends #Friend #MakeFriends #MakeFriendsInBusiness #Marketing #Finance #Director #BusinessManagement #Management #FoodScience #Industry #Economy

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What is something about being an Engineer that ended up being different than you expected?

I feel like we all have particular expectations when we go into a job and preconceived notions of what it will be like. What is something that you discovered going into engineering that was different than you expected? #industry #engineer #engineering

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Daniel728 views

How often do internships convert into full time offers? and what is needed to make it happen?

Trying to learn how often #internships convert to #full-time offers? It is common for this to happen all of the time? Does it depend on the #industry ? What steps are needed to make it happen? #jobs #careers

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Lauren1074 views

Agency or Industry? The ultimate PR question!

I am graduating in May of this year and there is a lot of talk about going into an agency profession or starting out in industry. I know I want to do social media management, but I don't know if I should start out in agency or industry. Is agency as scary and difficult as people say it is? Which career path did you take and would you have done it differently? I will probably end up trying both in my career, but I want to know which one you think would be better for getting the most experience and getting really good at something! #PR #agency #industry #jobsearch #socialmedia #publicrelations

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Is taking a year out of university/college to gain a year of experience in industry really necessary?

Obviously gaining industry experience before graduating is great but how important would you rate it? Would it strongly differentiate between two potential candidates? How valued for a graduate job would it be? Even if the experience isn't completely relevant to the job. Are graduates looked down upon if they don't have any direct direct experience in a job environment in the field? I am mainly asking this from a computer science point of view, but of course other subject opinions would also be appreciated! #computer-science #job #graduate #graduate-recruitment #graduate-programs #industry #student-recruiting

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What are the steps you should take during college to better your chances of employment in the film industry after college.

i am a senior in high school going on to college soon to study film, and i am curious to know what are the best steps to take to ensure employment in the film industry after college. #film #in #film-production #industry

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Sterling782 views

Would you recommend a mechanical or chemical engineering degree

trying to decide which one to choose #industry

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Madison994 views

What are one of the best companies to work for in terms of income, impact, and benefits?

I want to know the best places to work. #career #career-counseling #career-path #industry

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Will getting a PhD in engineering aid in getting a research and development job in the industry

I'm a senior in high school; I'm not sure what field of engineering I want to go into. I do know that I would like to be involved in a research job in some industry. I'm interested in biomedical, aeronautical, and chemical engineering. Anyone of any field of engineering that has a research job please tell me about your journey to that position. Thank you. #engineering #graduate-school #research #chemical-engineering #phd #industry

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I am interested in mobiles so i want to do job related mobiles????

I am fond of mobiles. I loves smartphones and want to job related this. Please tell me how can I DO job relating that. Job like Mobile designing, related to hardware etc. #industry #mobile-games #mobile-design

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Tyrone1351 views

How can I become a rapper?

I want to become a rapper because my flow is nice. #business #industry #social-skills #rapper #bars

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Ally2829 views

How hard is it to get a job in the food industry?

I am a sophomore in high school and am interested in getting a job in the food industry in the future. #job #cooking #food #industry

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