I've recently made my resume for future opportunities and I was wondering, what are the most important parts. Other than experience, education, and interests, what should I include to make my resume good?
I want to pursue a career in the medical field and I want to know how difficult it is to get a job in this day and age.
I want to pursue a career in the medical field and I want to know what majors I should take in college.
I want to pursue a career in the medical field and I want to know what volunteer work I an do.
I plan to major in Econ or Finance and hopefully work on Wall St. one day. Is it worth paying for additional education to get my MBA or is going straight into the work force a good choice?
I'm interested in applying to an art school but my school doesn't provide me with a drawing class or any of that type of art class and I don't know what kiinds of things would go into my portfolio. I know it's a collection of your work but I don't know any more than that.
With competition only getting stronger by the year, I'm afraid that by the time I graduate college, it will be extremely hard to get a job in the field I want to go into- Economics and Finance. What other academic opportunities (other than and undergrad degree) can I pursue to make myself stand out
If I apply for an internship through email and receive no response, how many days do I wait until I re-email the person and how do I do so without sounding rude or annoying?
I'm looking into scholarships, but i'm scared that i'm not going to be able to find one. I have seen a number of different scholarships and the requirements seem attainable, but i know that a number of people also compete for them. I'm also scared that i'm going to beaten in the process. Is there an
I am asking this question because I am not sure what that is.
I want to know whether to get a job right now during high school or during college.
I am really interest in astronomy but I don't know if there are many options career wise.
I am a junior in high school and I plan on having my own business, but I do not know what majors I should study in college and the type of business I should create.
I want to start a business and I don't know where to start.
In the future I want to create video games for a living but first I would have to get a job at a video game company,and I want to know what somethings employers look for in the people who apply for jobs in the gaming industry what makes you more appealing to employers when they are looking at your r
I am a junior in high school who is unsure if getting a job is a good idea while in school or not?
I'm 16 and I'm interested about Civil Engineering, but I don't know how secure a career in it would be.
What are work studies? All I know are that they are jobs you have in college which seem neat.
I am a current junior in high school who is very confused about scholarships and how to pay for colleges. People have told me that I need to apply for them in junior year before applying for college but others tell me that I need to wait until after I submit my college applications. Can someone help
How do you see the jobs in this field changing over the next five years and how do I prepare myself for such changes?
My objective is to pursue a career in the medical field and I want to know if jobs in the medical field changes over the years to come and how should I prepare for it.
I considering jobs in the art world and I found that there is a job as an art-director and it looks interesting but it doesn't talk about the specifics in regards to what you would have to do. Or what sort of experience that you need.
I am currently interested with aerospace engineering, and I would like to gain more knowledge within the field. I would like other careers that relate within the field so I can have other possible career options.
I am interested in marketing. I want to know some things that have made other people major in this field.
I would want to know the pros and cons of becoming a lawyer.
I am a high school junior who is very excited about going to college and become a doctor with a minor on education but I am concerned that the money will be an obstacle to achieve my goals in life. In my college readiness class we are measuring our possible net price, amount of money we would get fr
Basically If you have plenty of experience but not a degree, can you still work as a programmer?
I would like to major in this field and what to know some options I have
I hear a lot of people change their major because they change their interests. I would want to know how if it has affected your career path or if you regret changing majors.
I don't want to come off as nosy but I also want to have personality and humor into the interview to make it as best as possible.
I am thinking of majoring in political science and I would like to know some possible careers that people have from this.