Is it really worth to spend 9 years to become an astronomer? I've always loved astronomy since i was a kid, but now that I'm older and actually need to focus on what courses i have to take to get into university and jobs later on. And honestly i feel like if i take astronomy its too long for me, i mean its what i like but its too long. so is it real worth to spend 9 years to become an astronomer??
I am an aspiring general dentist or other medical professional. Does where I attend college have an impact on my chances of attending graduate schools or beginning my career?
I'm asking because I am currently deciding between two schools and one has much better medical programs but is far more expensive....
What are my best options if I am currently attending school while on DACA, want to apply to graduate school and or med school but am not sure if I'll still have it by that time?
My DACA expires in two years, my mother is applying for citizenship sometime relatively soon but we are not sure how long that process will take and by that time my DACA may be expired and I'll be extremely limited on what graduate schools and or med schools I can apply to. #medicine #daca...
I have no work experience besides working in the family business (restaurant) I almost finished my Business Bachelors' degree, -which in my opinion is not really valuable. On the side, I try to lean Python and some Computer science principals and taking extra courses on coursera and EDX. and...
I’m in progress of a computer science bachelor degree. However, I’ve only had two coding classes: an introductory class using Visual Basic, and C++. I do not feel that I have learned much and would like to be more qualified for future internships. How may I further increase my knowledge outside...
When hiring, do companies view military service as a good or bad thing? If it it a good thing, what branch looks best? Marines, Army, Army National Guard, Air Force, Air National Guard, Navy, Coast Guard? And does it look better to have been an enlisted or officer? (I'm guessing the best...
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I am doing an assignment for my technology class, and I am researching possible professions to go into. I am interested in math, reading, engineering, and mechanics....
what is the hardest thing you had to do within the medical field as a pediatric nurse such as turning someone away because medicine cost or turning away in general
I want to become a pediatric nurse in Brooklyn, New York or in California. I want to work in a poor city to help others who can't afford health care such as surgeries, medicine, operations or other procedures. In the future , after I am well known for great things in the medical field, I...
As a speech pathologist what type of work do you even do? What does a day in that work force look like?
I never thought of this as a career but it was highly recommended on a test that I took so I would like to get more information....
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