Career Questions tagged Jobs
I need to commit myself to working as hard as possible. I believe the more time I put into something the better I get and anything that I do to be productive can only help me in the future. So definitely trying to be as productive as possible.
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.
Hello. How are you doing? I'm a high school student and the December break is coming up. My dream is to be a commercial pilot actually. I need help finding a holiday job or something similar, perhaps even shadowing a professional.
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How would I format a resume for an electrical apprenticeship? What will the foreman/hiring manager be looking for and how much time do they spend processing through candidates (like how long should it be so I can make a good impression)?
describe the journey it took to get where you are, struggles, accomplishments, achievements, the school you attended, courses you took, and personal stories.
I don´t know when I should start looking for good internships especially in high school.
I don't know when i should start looking, especially if you're in high school.
I'm not leaving high school until 2025 but I think I should at least start trying to find my strength in different jobs
I enjoy hands on activities and feel like getting real time experience especially in the medical field would be exponentially helpful, but I don't want to overload myself with hard classes and that responsibility
I'm a senior now and have not submitted college apps yet.
Is a psychology based job more interesting than psychology classes in college? How do psychology centered jobs generally pay? Is there any big flaws with your occupation that you wish you could eliminate?
Are there jobs and opportunities that are available in psychology prior to getting your master's degree??
Hi! I am interested in psychology, but I know that to get the most successful career, it is helpful to have a master's degree. I was wondering if there are any jobs available in psychology after earning your bachelor's? Can I be in school for my master's degree and still have a stable job in...
Is there any other field in particular that could be seen as just as satisfying if not more satisfying