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Should I study something that I enjoy or something that makes a lot of money?

I'm a junior in high school with relatively good grades (A's and B's, some C's) and i'm super confused on what i want to study in college. Most of my family members tell me that i should pick something that is "hot in the industry" like IT or engineering. But as time has passed and I've thought...

#career #astronomy #technology

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Active Feb 28 at 09:06

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Posted by Vincent T.
Andrew Orr | Full Stack Web Developer Hey Vincent, I don't think the two have to be mutually ...

I wonder how I can combine my passion for writing and technology into a career that I will absolutely love.

I know it is important for me to live my best life. This starts by finding my 'dream' career. I want to be successful in a career that I am passionate about. #career-counseling #career-choice #career #career-path #plan #future #question #creative-writing #women-in-tech #internships...

#work-life-balance #life #help #life-transitions #success-driven #general-career-questions #college-major

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Active Mar 17 at 19:17

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Posted by bianca D.
Carol Walker | System Admin | Tech Support | Keeping technology ... The advice above is great, and I'd give another vote for ...

what colleges are good for plastic surgeons or neuro surgeons?

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Active Jan 22 at 12:07

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Posted by Fabian M.

Who is the target audience when dealing with STEM?

Is STEM field targeting, video game students, smart students, hand on students, technical students? etc. #computer-software #computer #money #software #tech #computer-games #educational-technology...

#software-usability

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Anik B.
Charles M Hurd | Aspiring adviser to STEM teens. Explains clearly, exhorts ... According to the Wikipedia article on STEM ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science,_technology,_engineering,_and_mathematics ) the ...

Where can I get a good chances to learn more tech about the C++ ?

I'm a college student, my major is Internet and Information Technology. Bc I want to be a gaming designer or development That's why I really want to have more experience in C++ area. But my school only have one C++ classes for my major to get the degree. there are other two C++ classes in...

#information-technology

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Active Mar 26 at 13:01

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Posted by zhengyu J.
Joseph D'Angelo | Senior Systems Administrator - CGI Federal I would talk to your schools counselor (assuming you already didn't ...

What are the risks of pursuing a career in radiology?

I am interested in nuclear medicine, radiology, sonography, and ultrasound technology but am concerned about the risk of doing this as a career. #ultrasound #radiology-students #radiology-tech #medical-laboratory...

#nuclear-science

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Kristina M.
Sherita Mills | Radiologic Technologist I assume by "risk" you mean being exposed to radiation or ...

How to successfully fundraise for a school club?

I would like to help my club afford attending different conferences. We are a club centered around STEM majors. We don't know the ins and outs of being sponsored by companies/raising money for the organization. I would greatly appreciate any and all advice. Thank you. #college #university...

#fundraising #money #civic-and-social-organization #non-profit-organization-management #stem #women-in-tech #student-clubs #organization #sponsorship

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Active Jun 13 at 23:26

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Posted by Augusta I.
Jan Abbott | Program Manager Hello Augusta, Jayne and Victoria provided great ideas. Especially about school ...

How much weight should students place on the geographic location of their school?

Over the past five years many industries (tech in particular) seems to have concentrated in a few places around the country. In particular, New York, Silicon Valley, Texas, and Seattle. How large of an advantage is it to go to school at a university that is located in one of these places?...

#urban #developer #technology #mobile-applications #software

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Active Jun 01 at 13:29

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Posted by Patrick L.
Jeremy Gooden, CAPM | Management Consultant | Consulting & Deals at PwC ... To echo Ken's point, I strongly believe that the specific location ...

What are the current job skills/responsibilities/task for a DATABASE/DATA ANALYST?

I'm an advertising major, looking to expand into high tech. I would like to know what it takes to be a data analyst in the silicon valley. #databases...

#big-data

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Christian M.
Dustin Vannoy | Director of Data Warehousing at Pluralsight Hi, Here are some thoughts based on my experience. Data Scientist ...

What classes should I take and what classes should I avoid doing more than once for either Computer Engineering, Mathematics, or software engineering. Also, which is easier, Software or Hardware engineering.

I am a senior in high school, and I was recently accepted to Rochester Institute of Technology. I am mostly interested in Computer Engineering. and engaged in a Computer Science elective/class at my school and I was an intern at my School's network IT team which made me interested in Computer...

#engineering #careers

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:06

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Posted by Kyle G.
Ethan Case, PE, LEED AP | Mechanical Engineer at M-E Engineers, Inc. Computer Engineers will do quite a bit of of computer science, ...

How To Be A Leader as A Programmer

As someone who is a natural born leader and likes to be in a position where I can mentor/lead I would like to have a leadership at in my future career. But I understands that right out of college I will be more of a worker than a leader to gain experience so that I can be a great leader in the...

#computer-science #management #tech #programmer #leadership

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Active Apr 06 at 03:41

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Posted by Adrian A.
Anshul Dhawan | Lead Product Manager - Machine Learning | Analytics ... Adding to what Hina said, this is very accurate "you can ...

What is the pathway to becoming successful in the tech field?

I am a Junior attending High School in the Bay Area. I am currently in a college readiness class where I am exploring colleges and careers I might be interested in, in the future. I am interested in becoming an Information Technology major and was wondering how long it takes to get a master's,...

#technology #information-technology

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Active Apr 13 at 15:02

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Posted by Kaitlin T.
Angel Shipp | Creatively brings data science and business analyses together ... I suggest that you first acquire a job in the IT ...

Besides Java, what other coding languages are heavily used in the software industry (Especially for companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, or Facebook).

I am a first year Computer Science Major. My goal is to become a great Software Engineer! #computer-science #computer #software #tech #software-development #coding #google...

#microsoft

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Blessed Joshua G.
Sanket Padawe | Software Engineer at Google There are lot of languages used at big companies like C++, ...

How many years should I study to become an ultrasound tech?

I´m interesting in being an ultrasound tech in the future. #doctor...

#ultrasound

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Chrestina A.
Nadeem Khan | Technical Specialist at Dell The field of ultrasound has many different specialties: cardiac, OB/GYN, ophthalmic, ...

Are technical certificates worth pursuing?

I am a college student studying information technology, and I am wondering whether it would be to my advantage to pursue technical certificates in conjunction to my degree. Does having certificates such as A+ and Security+ give a leg up to those pursuing a career in the information technology...

#tech #information-technology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:37

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Posted by Eric J.
Darren Walsh | Technical Training Senior Advisor at Dell Absolutely. Technical certifications are extremely useful when pursuing a career in ...

How important will tech skills be for accounting?

I want to go into accounting, but I am not too tech savy. I keep hearing about how tech is becoming more integral to the accounting world at an exponential rate, but I was wondering how in-depth tech will be for accounting in the next 10 years....

#accounting

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Active Apr 17 at 17:01

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Posted by Joseph P.
Ann Ulett | Tax Talent Acquisition Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP <span style="background-color: rgb(253, 253, 253);">Hello Joseph, Having technical skills is critical ...

Is b.tech is useful in now a days

become a technician #tech...

#technical

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Posted by Bhavan K.
Shetty Hariprasad | Senior Retail Marketing Manager yes its good as equivalent to BE. If you are thinking ...

How Hard is it To Balance Two Careers?

My two biggest passions in life are music and technical theatre. Because most people in the theatre tech/design world aren't on salary or have a fixed work schedule, I'm curious to know if I could handle being a performing musician as well. In a small, community orchestra (trumpet player). I've...

#music #trumpet #music-performance #theatre

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Active Apr 05 at 13:34

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Posted by Ozyria W.
Judeanne Armenti | Over 20 years of creative and outgoing music ... Hi Ozyria!I love your career choices and that you want to ...

What jobs in technology are the best to get into now?

Hi! My name is Anina, and I'm a high school senior interning at Career Village. My parents are talking to my siblings a lot about what jobs to think about getting after school based on the job's security and room for quick and rapid growth. One of my younger siblings seems very interested in...

#technology #human-resources

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by Anina H.
Mike Keating | Vice President, Americas - West Region Hello Anina - Wow - jobs in technology are growing by ...

In the daily schedule of a Radiologic Technician, how much of the time are you doing the same thing? Is there something different every day?

I am a senior in high school looking to pursue a career in radiology. I have had some shadowing experience in my area. I was there twice a week for three weeks and it seemed like the Rad. Tech.’s were always doing the same thing, or they were sitting around. This concerns me that all jobs are...

#medicine #radiologist #medical-field #radiology #radiological-technician

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Active Apr 03 at 11:47

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Posted by Morgan K.
James Cucco | Administrative Director of Radiology if you pursue a career as a Radiologic Technologist (never say ...

Where do I start learning how to create a video game?

I have a basic understanding of what creating a video game is like, but I don't know where to start. I don't know how to code or program, I'm not exactly tech-savvy. I don't know where to start! I want to at least learn the basics of creating a video game before I go to college for it. Is there...

#video-games #video-game-design

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Will C.
Meg Layton | Director of Security Intelligence and Critical Response Engineering, ... Gamestar Mechanic is a great place to start. Look them up ...

How does one get involved in the creation of video games?

I've always loved video games, not only as a way to take my mind off of stress, but also as a form of interactive media that can bring people together. The unique experiences and lessons I've learned from video games have helped me so much in life, that I want to do the same for others, even if...

#video-games #tech #games

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

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Posted by Maitlin B.
Shawn Lloyd | Solutions Architect CCIE - Collaboration | Networking | ... Step 1: Obtain a Bachelor's Degree Designers may need a bachelor's ...

What are some better alternatives to ITT Tech's school of drafting and design?

In the past few weeks I have had a lot of time to consider both my interest and my options. I’ve taken the time to look at local schools and programs that they offer. The first thing I’ve decided is that I want to do something that allows me to use my creativity. the thing that has caught my...

#cad #design #technical-drawing #drafting

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:05

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Posted by Cody V.
Vivian Urata | Senior UX Designer at LinkedIn Hi Cody, Great question. I was approached by an ITT recruiter ...

Can one pursue a lucrative career in I.T. with only an associate degree?

I am a college student pursuing an A.A.S in computer information technology at a community college in my area. I am due to graduate this December, and I have concerns that I will not be able to find work with only an associate degree. Pursuing a B.S. at university is financially impractical for...

#technology #computer-science #computer #programming #tech

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Active Mar 14 at 20:07

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Posted by Eric J.
Ross Armstrong | Experienced IT Sales Executive Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and many other tech titans began their ...

Will the computer science industry inevitably become oversaturated?

I am an amateur self-taught programmer in high school with interests in engineering. Given the recent boom in excellent jobs due to an expanding tech industry and the large number of people majoring in computer science to meet this demand, I often wonder if the field will become oversaturated...

#computer-science #future #technology

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Active Apr 13 at 14:59

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Posted by Jack W.
Lee Milam | Senior Sales Engineer at Okta, Inc. If you step back and look at our society and all ...

How did you choose what company to work for?

People say that figuring out what job you should do or even which industry you should work in is the hard part, but what about once you have? How do you choose what companies to apply at? What did you look for in a company? I am now at the stage where I'm looking for internships at tech...

#technology #human-resources

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Posted by Sarah M.
Andy Stento | Strategic Alliance Manager, Consumer/Small Business Partner Sales at ... An additional consideration - focus on the attributes of the industry ...

Are you happy with your career?

Given the direction in which our world is transitioning today, from technology transforming into a ubiquitous necessity, how has that idea impacted your decision into going into that career? What intrinsic motivation gives you the drive to continue your choice of going that path? What do you...

#business #career #medical #college #professional #tech #technology #professor

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Posted by Joshua Joseph A.
Meg Layton | Director of Security Intelligence and Critical Response Engineering, ... Wow, what great questions. First, I would suggest it is important ...

I am very much interested in the technology field, and would like to major in Computer Engineering. However, I am asked "Why not Computer science?" So what is the difference between them both?

My name Is Lesly, I became interested in Computer engineering through the class of Tech Girls, and I have accomplished many successful things through it. I broke the record of disassembling and reassembling a computer tower in 6 minutes, I was previewed on channel 4,5,8 and 33. I interned with...

#information-technology #hardware #engineering #college-majors #computer-science #computer-programming #computer-software #hardware-engineer

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Active Nov 25 '17 at 21:13

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Posted by Lesly Z.
Kathy Wen | Head of Customer Assurance Program APJC at Cisco Hi Lesly - If you like disassembling & reassembling computer towers, ...

How can I start building my network in the technology industry if I'm only in high school?

Some of the advisors on this website were telling other students that they should network to get jobs in technology or in finance or in other career fields. I want to try to do that, because I heard it will help me get internships and maybe a job. My family just works in jobs in stores, and we...

#technology #tech #networks #networking

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Eddie V.
Rodney Rutherford | Application Reliability Engineer The resources and opportunities available to you online today are immense. ...

Can I intern for a tech company at 16?

I really want to intern this summer and I was wondering if there are any tech companies that I could intern for. I'll be turning 16 in the middle of June. #tech #technology #information-technology...

#internships

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Active 2 days ago

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Posted by Anna M.
Lev Tatz | Entrepreneurial Software Developer You might be able to find some companies especially startups that ...

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