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What's a typical day like as a Special Education teacher?

I ask this question this question because I am pursuing a career in this position....

#special-education

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Posted by Courtney S.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh1meBo_m1w

How rigorous is the post medical school path for someone looking into internal medicine?

I am a High School senior that is very committed to going into the medical field and is curious about different specialties pros and cons #healthcare #health #hospital-and-health-care #family-medicine #internal-medicine...

#physical-medicine

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Posted by Farhan T.
Michael Lea | Physical Therapist Professional school like medical, lawyer, therapist, are a different realm of ...

What technologies are required for architecture or interior design in this day and age?

Given my interest in architecture and becoming an architect, I want to learn how to become well-versed in the realm of the field. #technology #architecture #architect #interior-design #knowledge #interior...

#expertise

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Posted by Jordan D.
Pam Atilano, ASID | Adjunct Faculty - Interior Design at Harper College AutoCAD has been a standard in the industry for at least ...

What made you decide whatever career(s) you are currently undertaking?

It is a question of curiosity and universal application; almost anybody can answer it. #career #jobs #career-choice #occupation...

#curiosity

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Posted by Jordan D.
Jessie Bush | Passionate Career Coaching Professional with Expertise in Personal ... When deciding on career coaching as an occupation I took a ...

How difficult is it to find a job after college for computer programmers?

I want to go to college to learn how to program computers, but I'm wondering how the job market for computer programmers are? #computer #software #programming #java...

#developer

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Posted by Logan J.
Morgan Bardon | Experienced Business Analyst, Six Sigma Champion, and Project ... It is strong around the world and programmers and developers are ...

What courses should I be looking to take to become a computer programmer / software delevoper?

I want to go to college to learn about something within computer programming. #computer #software #programming #development...

#java-development

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Posted by Logan J.
Morgan Bardon | Experienced Business Analyst, Six Sigma Champion, and Project ... It depends on what sort of programmer you want to be. ...

What does it truly mean to do 'research' in today's time?

Having gone through my first year of college- it is common to hear the word "research" often. What does it really mean to do research? I am looking for someone who has done research, doesn't matter what field, to explain what it means to them and how they would define it. I think any textbook...

#business #science #research #pre-med #graduate-school #medicine #undergraduate

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Posted by Rushi M.
Alice Liou | Scientist in Biotech Research does mean a lot of things to different people, depending ...

How do you navigate a broad career field?

I want to go into the field of Journalism. I love writing, reading, social media, news, etc. The issue is that there's so many different mediums you can pursue and because I'm so curious and multi-interested, I want to dabble in many things. My question would be is it smarter and more stable to...

#media #journalism #writing

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Posted by leah H.
Stefania Revelli | Editor/Marketing Professional/Career Coach Hi Leah! I too love writing and reading and love to ...

What would be the best career for me that isn't mundane

The reason I'm asking this is because I need guidance in deciding what career path I should take. For starters, I don't want to have career that has 9-5 hours sitting behind a desk and having the same routine over and over. I am looking for something interesting and exciting where I will always...

#career-guidance #careers #career-choice

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Posted by michelle M.
Marilyn Balke-Lowry | Artist/Owner at Imaginart; Director of College Guidance Consultants, ... Wow, this is a great question, but I would like to ...

As a nurse, when in your career, and how did you deal with the first patient that passed away? How or did this impact how you cared for patients afterwards?

I want to be a nurse, more specifically, I want to work with sick children. I want to make them smile even when they do not feel like it. I want to be a comforting presence to them when they are scared or in pain. I am even thinking I want to work with children who are in treatment for...

#hospice-nurse #pediatrics #nursing #nurse-practitioner #icu-nurse #nurse #registered-nurses

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Posted by Lainie H.
Ashley Denomme | RN at Havenwyck Hospital When I first got into nursing school, my goal was to ...

What is the most difficult part about being an elderly care nurse?

I want to work in the geriatrics field. I've asked many professionals and have had many different answers but the most common would be "dealing with patient's families". #doctor #medicine #nurse-practitioner #geriatrics...

#care-giver-for-elderly

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Posted by Anela U.
Kim Schiavone | Illustrator and Graphic Designer I worked in elderly care for many years as a cna ...

What is it really like to be a pharmacist? Is it boring? Do you feel like you're doing something rewarding? Is it worth the money?

A lot of people have told me to go into pharmacy, but I'm worried about feeling like it's a non-rewarding job, as well as messing up someone's prescription and potentially bringing them harm. - I'm a bit of a mess in science (chemistry and biology) lab classes. #medical #biology #chemistry...

#pharmacists #pharmacy

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Posted by Athena P.
David Medina | IV Pharmacist at Avanti Healthcare 1st let me say, you are asking a good question. It's ...

My career question is if there is an intermediate parent (My mother) that has been diagnosed with epilepsy, are there any scholarships that will help me get through my career of being a Marine Biologist?

Since 2012 my mother have been diagnosed with epilepsy. Its the worst feeling to see the most important person in your life in need of help and you cant help them. Every since then me and my mother grew close and I have been the mother of the house because I'm the oldest out of three children (...

#scholarships #college #marine-biology #hbcu

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Posted by Tazmia R.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Tazmia! Here are three sites which might help in your ...

If I decide I no longer wanted to be a registered nurse, what other career options could I have with that schooling?

I fear I may change my mind in the future about being a RN if I don't enjoy what I'm doing. #nursing...

#careers-in-healthcare

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Posted by Amber T.
Katherine Hafner | Consultant Pharmacist That is not an uncommon concern; however it depends on where ...

What is the best way to get into designing and building homes

What majors, minors and other paths will get me to eventually have my own building and designing company? #architecture...

#construction-management

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Posted by Dakota P.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive You need to be an architect to design buildings and an ...

What is the best way to pay for college?

Aside from scholarships what is the best way to pay for college without going into insane amounts of debt?...

#financial-planning

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Posted by Dakota P.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Try to take a campus job and look for paid internships ...

How could I manage a nursing career, going to school, and also trying to have a family in the future?

I'm asking this question because I'm currently planning on attending NTC in Medford, Wisconsin to complete my generals. I will also be living at home for my first year of college to save money, then move out and attend UW Eau Claire for the remainder of my college years. I plan to have a...

#registered-nurses #women

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Posted by Amber T.
Maria Koller | Business Strategy & Product Development Hi Amber! I can relate to your question 100%. I was ...

Which types of degrees for aviation/piloting are available?

Is it better to get an Associate or Bachelor's degree in aviation/piloting? #college #aviation #airline-industry #pilot #commercial-pilot...

#flight-instruction

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Posted by Holly F.
Candise Tu I would say that if it's financially possible, it's better to ...

What career options are there for someone with an art degree?

I was considering this....

#art

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Posted by Morgan W.
Andy Wang | Principal Artist at Zynga Hi Morgan, There are actually quite a lot of career opportunities ...

Career Suggestions

What career(s) do you guys suggest for one who loves working with others, volunteering, creative writing, interior design, using technology, and aspects of business? Thanks! :)...

#careers

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Posted by Surayyah S.
Reva Levenstein | College Admissions/Career Counselor Hi Surayyah, It me helpful for you to take an interest ...

What field should I work in?

I've always enjoyed working with computers, and I've found that tinkering with android phones is something I really enjoy doing. I love trying different custom operating systems and setting everything up efficiently. If these are the things I enjoy doing, what career choice is best for me? I've...

#mobile #operating-systems #engineering #computer #android #software

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Posted by Joshua F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Let me add another major to your list, information technology. However, ...

How employable is a 4 year degree in electrical/computer engineering from the university of iowa?

I plan to go to Iowa, and i'm wondering how easy it is to get a job with this major. #engineering #computer #software...

#electrical-engineering

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Posted by Joshua F.
Ollie Jones | Software Engineer at Glance Networks UI has a terrific reputation. Maybe not quite as big a ...

What are the major differences between being employed as a Software Engineer vs a Computer Engineer

I will be starting my freshman semester this fall and I need help deciding which area to focus in #engineering #computer #software...

#computer-engineering

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Posted by Joshua F.
Frank Lemmon | Sr. Test Engineer at Chegg Inc. Great question! A software engineer will focus on the design and ...

Just curious to know, how could a Mechanical/Industrial Engineering degree, and an IT degree (one of them) lead to a job in the computer software industry?

I'm David, a rising, college sophomore, who is majoring in Information Technology. Although I'm thinking about becoming a future web developer/employee for either the internet, or online media industry, I am still curious in learning more about how different fields of engineering can benefit...

#software-industry

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Posted by David L.
Vernon Turner | Independent Writing and Editing Professional Don't be afraid to incorporate all those fields of interest to ...

Creative Writing

Does anyone know of any good colleges that have acclaimed/really good creative writing programs? I'm an aspiring writer, and I'd love to know! Thanks! :D #writing #english #colleges #creative...

#authors

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Posted by Surayyah S.
Reva Levenstein | College Admissions/Career Counselor Hi Surayyah, The following colleges have wonderful Creative Writing programs: Emerson ...

With technology advancing as fast as it is these days, which medical career is the smartest to go into, if any: doctor, pharmacist, dentist, radiologist ?

I want to go into a career in the medical field, but I also want to ensure that my job and degree will be useful to me twenty years down the road. #doctor #dentistry #doctorate-degree #pharmacists #bachelors-degree #masters-degree #medical-field...

#radiologist

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Posted by Athena P.
Neil Pinney | Director, Comprehensive Care Clinic C at IU School ... That's a tough question to answer, because most of us know ...

Are adolescent psychiatrists in high demand?

I did my senior project on adolescent mental health and I was wondering if psychiatrists specializing in adolescents are growing in demand?...

#psychology

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Posted by Sydney O.
Scott D. Leonard, Psy.D. | Curriculum Specialist at NVCJTA The answer is yes. However, a psychiatrist must get a general ...

What are possible careers I can get into with a degree in psychology?

I'm majoring in psychology and I'm really not sure what kind of career I want to pursue....

#psychology

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Posted by Sydney O.
Kasia xx Hello, there are plenty of opportunities for psychologists. It really depends ...

Is it hard finding work in the fashion industry?

I am thinking about majoring in fashion merchandise in college. However, I am not sure if I'll make enough money after I graduate. #college #money #fashion #careerpath...

#fashion-and-style

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Posted by kennedy M.
Sneha Niyogi | RSA Production Consultant Yes you can make a lot of money in the fashion ...
W. S. | Graduate Architect On campus/Close to campus is better. For undergrad you'll have much ...

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