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Is being a Graphic Designer at a studio/company a better option than being a Freelance Designer?

I am soon going to graduate if I can get my act together and I have been trying to figure out what companies I should intern at. In the end I always thought being a freelance artist would be cool because of the flexibility in my schedule but after taking my last Entertainment Graphics Class and...



Active Apr 12 at 00:24

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Posted by Daniel D.
Allen Meyer | Interaction Designer Daniel, I would recommend you try and become part of a ...

What school subjects do I need to study Journalism and do i need maths core?

I have a personal interest in literature, the English language and in whats happening in the world. My dream is to one day become a journalist and in order for me to achieve this, I need to have taken the correct subjects in school. I come from South Africa which is a rich and diverse country...

#media #journalism #careers


Active Apr 11 at 23:14

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Posted by Hannah S.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi, So you're a high school or college student, and you ...

Does anybody know what the specialty is when the aerospace engineer designs the engines for the planes?

I want to design the engines for aircraft but don't know what area I should specialize in. #engineering #aerospace-engineering #aerospace...



Active Apr 11 at 21:55

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Posted by Tyler M.
Shankar R | Technical Support Engineer at Dell EMC Aerospace engineering deals with designing and building machines that fly. It ...

What are the prerequisites for the veterinary medicine program at Oregon State University?

My goal is to attend Oregon State University's veterinary school to become a veterinarian. In order to achieve this goal, I have been taking college classes during high school and want to know if there's any prerequisites that I could complete while I'm still in high school. We just completed...

#high-school-classes #veterinary #college #college-major


Active Apr 11 at 21:47

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Posted by Amanda F.
Nanette Leto | Independent Veterinary Professional It's best to check with the college program that your interested ...

I am going into 10th standard, what should I do now to prepare for my future?

I work hard and would like to prepare for my future. #higher-education #academic-advising #college [P.S. This question was edited by a site admin for grammar and...


Active Apr 11 at 21:33

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Posted by tasleem F.
Vickey Manning | MD Pick occupations that interest you. Then research them in depth. You ...

For an introverted individual, is it a good idea to request three roommates?

I am shy and find it easy to stay to myself, but I would like to make new friends at my university. Is rooming with three other people a good way to make, at least, a few good friends, or should I make friends through another alternative? #friends #college #higher-education #education #career...



Active Apr 11 at 21:27

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Posted by kamryn R.
Seth Daniel Bernstein | Coach, Counselor, Personal Branding Expert, Marketer, Educator Hello Kamryn, I think Ms. Nguyen provided a great practical answer ...
Vickey Manning | MD There is no specific entrance exam for Physician Assistant programs. You ...

What type of jobs does an economics degree lead to?

I am trying to figure out my major for undergraduate studying. #college #professor...



Active Apr 11 at 15:15

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Posted by zarah Z.
Mikela Suter | Corporate Responsibility Fellow at PwC Hi Zarah, great question! My name is Mikela and I majored ...

What could one do with a bachelors in psychology?

My parents are worried that I won't be able to get a good job right out of college with a degree in psychology. #college #psychologist...



Active Apr 11 at 14:10

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Posted by Adaeze I.
Yanni Zack | Teacher Trainer/ Recruitment Coordinator for Worldwide English Services You could also work in education as a Psychologist in a ...

How feasible is it to have a job in research?

I'm in high school and currently pursuing astrophysics. I've been involved in some programs and internships and I think research is what I want to do. Most people tell me the only jobs in this field are university professors, NASA paper-pushers, and Bill Nye. Is it possible to have a job...

#professor #research #teaching #computer-software #physics #computer-science


Active Apr 11 at 14:05

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Posted by Abby L.
Daniel Moy | Google Software Engineer It is possible to have a job exclusively in research. It ...

How do you measure a success in a CSR position?


Active Apr 11 at 13:56

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Posted by Bogusia S.
Dianne Shayne King | Csr at Las vegas call center Giving the correct information which helps quality. Staying out of after ...

What is a typical neonatal nurse workday like?

When I was a kid, I would see myself in the medical field doing what doctors do best. But I never asked myself what I really wanted to be. So as I am now in high school, I have been thinking about what it would be like to be a neonatal nurse someday. Because in the medical field, you can be...

#nursing #nursing-school #bachelors #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #nurse


Active Apr 11 at 13:34

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Posted by Elisa G.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hey Elisa!Great to hear that you would like to become a ...

What do colleges and universities look for in applicants?

I've always been told that you should be a "well-rounded" person if you want to get accepted to a good college, but that has never made sense to me. If I was a part of a college board I'd want students that excelled in a field that they are passionate about and would rather them be great in...

#students #application #university #college #college-admissions


Active Apr 11 at 13:26

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Posted by Sam T.
Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at Hi Sam! Great question. I'm sorry it hasn't been answered yet! ...

What are good ways to network with people in the sports management field in order to have connections coming out of college?

I am asking this question because adults tell me all the time" that it's not what you know but who you know". Meaning that the connections you have are what gets you opportunities rather than having knowledge. How did you network when you were in school? #college #management #sports...

#sports-management #networking


Active Apr 11 at 13:24

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Posted by Austin M.
Joel Goering | Data Engineer at Seaboard Foods I'm not in the sports management field but had a handful ...

What are some pros and cons to becoming a registered nurse?

I'm thinking about becoming one and would love to hear more about your experiences and thoughts on the career! #nurse #jobs #hospitals #nursing...



Active Apr 11 at 13:01

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Posted by Arliene A.
Stephani Hunt | MSN, RN, WCC, OMS, ONC- Medical Surgical Clinical ... Nursing is the hardest job you will ever love. You will ...

What is the first step I can take if I have decided that I will take my chances and apply to Stanford the following year?

I am a rising junior in my high school and I know that it is a really long shot that I could ever end up going there. However, I like to have a little faith that I can apply and hope that the college admissions office over there accepts me. I do not even know what to do now though. I take the...

#stanford #university-applications #college-admissions #college-selection #engineering #college


Active Apr 11 at 12:12

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Posted by Gloria S.
Kelsey Edelen | Manager at PwC It wasn't Stanford, but when I was in your shoes I ...

Career wise is it always best to pursue an internship in college?

Is it beneficial doing internships in college for the career you decide choosing? I hear many pros and cons about internships regarding careers and I wanted a clear concise answer. #college #career...



Active Apr 11 at 11:15

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Posted by michelle M.
Sarah House | Financial Analysis Consultant at Dell Hi Michelle, Internships not only help prepare you for the 'real ...

Did you choose your career path for money or because it was your passion?

As much as we all want to follow our dreams, I often wonder if I am making the right decision pursuing a career that doesn't have high salaries. #college #career #career-choice #salary #financial-planning...



Active Apr 11 at 11:09

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Posted by Jackie G.
matthew adeleye Passion first, then on the long run you have to strategize ...

What tips can you give me about staying organized, while working, schooling, and proactive learning outside of school?

I am a full time college student, I am working part time, as well as trying to pick up programming at home. I find it very hard to keep everything organized and would love some tips. #college #graduate-school #organization #time-management...



Active Apr 11 at 11:01

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Posted by Logan M.
Michael Bracey | Vice President, Life Sciences at Treximo Hi Logan,My best advice here would be to draw out a ...

What are the benefits of getting a master's degree in Communications/Communication Studies?

I plan on majoring in Communications and already plan on attending graduate school in the future as well, which is why I wanted to know if it's worth it. If you majored in this and have some advice on whether or not you enjoyed it, that would be greatly appreciated too :-) #graduate-school...

#communications #major #benefits #masters #degrees


Active Apr 11 at 10:09

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Posted by Lee-Anne Jae A.
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Hmm. This is a good question. I would have to advise ...

What does it mean to be a liberal arts college?

I have always heard the term but have been confused on the meaning. #college #liberal-arts #higher-education...



Active Apr 11 at 09:34

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Posted by Amy Z.
Linh T. Nguyen | Area Coordinator at Lesley University Hi Amy,<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);">A </span>liberal arts college<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, ...

what kind of job can you get with an kinesiology degree

I asked this question because I'm pursuing a bachelors degree in kinesiology in college. #science #mathematics #kinesiology...



Active Apr 11 at 08:19

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Posted by Vernon B.
Kristin Adkins Hello Vernon, there is actually several different career paths that you ...

What motivates you wake up every morning and go out to do your job?

It's so many people that hate their jobs but they still go to work, and there are so many people that love what they do, so they get up every morning with a smile on their face. But why? #business #engineer #nurse...



Active Apr 11 at 07:59

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Posted by Kalia H.
Donald Knapik | VP/ Founding Member at DO iT, LLC Why do I go to work every day? Well, part of ...

Can I major in Public Relations while also following the pre-med track to become a doctor

I am currently a senior and I'm in the process of deciding my major for college. I definitely know that I would like to become a doctor, so following the Pre-Med track is a given but what I've come to realize is that I also enjoy Public relations. So, my question is can I major in public...

#choosing-a-major #biology #public-relations #college-major


Active Apr 11 at 07:16

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Posted by fatema S.
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Fatema, Catrina gave you some great advice. However, if you want ...

When applying for jobs, what are good questions for the interviewer?

It seems like every job interview (EVER) ends with the question: do you have any questions about the job/positions/etc.? I can never think of any good ones! Does anyone have any great go-tos they'd like to share for this situation? #interviewing-skills...



Active Apr 11 at 02:17

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Posted by Elizabeth D.
Milly Pellizzari | Director, Integrated Marketing Strategy I also like to ask the following: - What are the ...

If you are an SLP, in what area do you work in and why did you choose that path? Is it a school, hospital, rehab, or private practice atmosphere?

I am an incoming first year student looking to major in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. #language #speech-pathology #pathologist...



Active Apr 11 at 01:26

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Posted by Claire C.
Janette McAfee, M.S., CCC-SLP | Speech-Language Pathologist I am currently working for a pediatric private practice, but I ...

What were classes like in college for a speech pathology major?

This is the major I'm pursuing. #speech-pathology #speech...



Active Apr 11 at 00:58

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Posted by Tyann M.
Janette McAfee, M.S., CCC-SLP | Speech-Language Pathologist Classes for a speech-language pathology major include anatomy and physiology of ...

What does a career in modeling involve?

I'm interested in becoming a model and was wondering if anybody had any experience in the field. #modeling #career #college...



Active Apr 10 at 19:14

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Posted by A B.
Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at Hi there! On behalf of all of us here at CareerVillage, ...

What are the common programs(Spring, Hibernate, MySQL) that you have found most jobs use in conjunction with Java or C++/C# Programming?

Many jobs that require a coding language also request the knowledge of certain other programs as well, so seeking out what those programs are is important when those programs are not typically part of a Computer Science degree....



Active Apr 10 at 17:44

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Posted by Steele S.
ABDUL WAHAAB | General Manager at PSi3Axis Info Services (India) Pvt. ... Hi Steele, Proficient software developer needs to be a JAVA developer ...

Is it better to get my Nurse practitioner or physicians assistant?

After I graduate with a nursing degree I want to go on and get either my NP or PA. Not sure which is better to get. #medicine #nurse #healthcare #physician #nurse-practitioner #doctor...



Active Apr 10 at 16:33

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Posted by Sara W.
Jenny D., RN | Registered Nurse One isn't necessarily better than the other. There are different considerations ...

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