For long I was stuck in living the dream of those around me because either they were all doctors or they all aspired to be doctors but failed.
It took a self-evaluation of what really matters to be in life to appreciate that technological innovation and entrepreneurship were what's right for me.
I am an undergrad and a senior getting my bachelor's of social science. I have worked in the insurance industry for two years, but left my last job to focus on my schooling and relocate to the state that I want to go to grad school in. I want to transition into the health & human services field.
Many people have work experience such as in sales or being a waiter when they are very young. Is that important? I don't know what I want to do longer term with my future, but I think it would help me to know how old I should be when I get my first job. Is there a "general" answer to this question?
I have attended my first career fair as a freshman last fall. I prepared myself by searching about the main firms that I am interested in. However, after introducing myself, I was struggling to naturally ask questions about the company like their stocks and current events that I have researched abou
Should I focus on volunteering with non-profits that provide job placement assistance, resume writing, and the like as those skills will be usuful to me or should I focus on working with organizations that are apart of the mental health industry?
I want to plan for my career so I have a time goal
I am a junior at queens college.
I am a junior at college.
Should I list that I am a student who is looking for job opportunities and looking to transition into the non-profit, human service, or social service sector from financial services in my headline? Should I mention the career which I aspire to have? In the experience section should I list my financi
I am thinking about becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor so that I may specialize in career counseling. Originally, I wanted to be a career coach, but figured that specializing in other areas makes me more marketable. My main goal is to assist people with career knowledge and help them find jo
i am taking a course and it is a core course, but the professor is boring and the course really look difficult because of its ambiguity and complex mathematical. personally, for my chosen career, i don't see how this course is going to help me, but i need to pass the course to graduate. how can i ge
I left school with the minimum amount of GCSE's and I want to study abroad or go to university to change my life is it impossible for me to achieve this and how would I be able to do this?
I am a undergrad and I am interested in joining student clubs and organizations. I am also wondering how joining student clubs and organizations can be beneficial to my career in the long run?
I am currently in school to obtain my Bachelor of Social Science. I am wondering if it is possible to become a Licensed Professional Counselor with a degree that isn't in Psychology or Sociology or should I consider changing my degree?
I am a Psychology major and an upper junior.
I am a Honor Business and Liberal Arts minor
I'm a sophomore in college, and I recently went to a technical fair and talked to a lot of recruiters, and many of them have gotten back to me and said that they wanted to set up a phone interview with me. However, I have little experience in interviews and I'm not sure what I should expect from a p
I am a junior in Queens College
I am a junior in Queens College
I was wondering if there is any online help in deciding what to do in the future after studying, or to help decide what further studies I want to go into?
when i was a teen, i wanted to study civil engineering, but i was not too good in mathematic but i was good at biology, i managed to pass my physic in high school and ad did very well in biology later settle for physics with electronics. i would like to know if i should gave chosen a careen in biolo
Hello, I am a recent graduate and I have various skills in design, media, research, and web. Despite this, I am a beginner within all of these fields and I can't tell which career I should enter into or how. A lot of these jobs require a lot of experience. While I am very good and a hardworker, I do
what type of career involves building stuff
I am Junior in Queens College majoring in Psychology with a minor in Honor Business and Liberal Arts.
Just want to know if I should be focusing on research, internships, volunteer opportunities or certifications?
Lately, I have been thinking about an after degree in education (hypothetically). How would this benefit me? Does an after degree expand my career options?
I would love to hear your personal story about how you first got involved in your field and what about it captivated you!
I am still unsure about future career paths and declaring majors and am in need of some guidance.