When things don't go as expected
Still in school and want to know whether or not I should make straight A's on everything.
I want to get a PhD in International Business but was wondering when is the appropriate time to do so?
To give students different ways of achieving goals!
An internship is the one task that I did not complete as an undergrad. I am now applying for them and have noticed that the vast majority of internships have a requirement that the applicant be a student.
I will be graduating this semester and am thinking about graduate school. The school I currently attend has a bridge program that would allow me to complete my MBA in two semesters (option expires after 5 years). While all this is great, I have been told that getting out into the workforce to gain r
My roommate was going to school and took a semester off because she was really unhappy and unclear of where she was headed. She started taking classes again, but still feels lost and without grasp of her future. We were talking over breakfast this morning as she was expressing her frustration to me.
Some people believe it is better to pursue a job that'll bring you happiness but maybe not enough money to keep you comfortable. On the other hand you could argue that you'd be happier in a job you don't necessarily enjoy but brings in a ton of money. What's your opinion?
How do you reconcile between following your passion and choosing a career that can support you financially?
Hello! I am a recent college graduate (got my BA), and I've been recently doing some deep soul searching in terms of life purpose and mission. There is a part of me that wants to go straight for things that I'm interested in but at the same time, I do want to be practical and be in a financially sou
what are the available career options for a computer science graduate
should i use any other job posting site other than indeed. does different job posting sites have different jobs listed ?
i have intrests in journalism and also motivational speaking . i am currently studying the combination : journalism, psychology, English literature, communicative English
I am interested in philanthropy and foundations. There are no undergraduate or post-secondary programs in this field.What should I study, and where?
I haven't found any undergraduate university or college programs specific for a career in philanthropy. How do I get started?
Should all employees know today's biggest social media platforms or just employees looking to work as Social Media coordinators and other related positions? What are some benefits if any to being literate in platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Tumblr, and the like?
What are things that I can do to help create my brand? Will creating a career portfolio help with personal branding?
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
I want to plan for my career so I have a time goal
When I was taking the National Career Readiness certification (NCRC) exam, there were many people who are being employed by places like Fanuiel and Eastman Chemical. So, I wonder if their employers actually want to promote them or if they just want to see their employee's status.
I want to be a teacher when I graduate from York University
I am learning French at York University.
I would like to know for my future career.
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 matters more when it comes to applying to graduate school, the number of class you have taken or experience?
I am a Junior at Queens College
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 a junior in high school, and I will be applying to colleges in the following school year. I am a little lost on what I want to pursue in college, and I've always wanted to take a break from school to figure out what my dreams and aspirations are, as well as explore other opportunities and exper
What tips could help students in their first job, dos and don'ts?
I am a junior in high school, and I have a pretty decent GPA (3.7+). I am taking many advanced placement classes, and I'm doing well in them. I have been thinking about my future recently, since I will need to decide soon whether I want to go to college or not. What options other than going to colle
In all aspects, including socially, academically, financially, career-wise,etc., how do Ivy Leagues compare to other colleges/universities? Does their prestige affect the overall outcome of one's future?
I have some internship interviews coming up soon for internships in transportation management and logistics. Should I ask question to the interviewer? If so what kind of questions?