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
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?
Lately, I've been trying to find some internships because it is one of the closest ways a high school student can truly understand the real world and what career one wants to pursue. It is really easy to search things up on Google, but I'm not sure if it is reliable. I personally would love to do so
I already know that volunteering is an important extracurricular activity, but what are other important activities to consider? I am a part of a few clubs at school, play the piano, and volunteer at an elderly center, but what are some activities that can set me apart from other candidates? Also, I'
From the start of college, I have joined many clubs and organizations to get involved. However, lately I've been stressing out because every time I desire to join a committee or become a board member, I never quite succeed. Will not obtaining leadership positions hinder my potential to employers.
As part of my school's Accounting and Taxation Honor Program, there is a requirement to take the winter semester of our senior year off for an internship. This internship will give me an insight into the accounting field as well as possibly landing me a job after college. All my financial aid will b
From my teacher, counselor, to my mentor/boss, all have told me that I need to be 100% sure that accounting is the right path for me. They then will go on to cite examples of accountants that they know who are miserable and hates waking up to go to work each day. Why are accountants always associate
I soon have to declare my major in order to sort out the necessary courses with my college adviser for the upcoming years. However, I am stumped. I have always intended to major in accounting and a computer related major like Computer Informational System, but recently I started hearing about my sch
I'm a high school senior and I know that, unfortunately, some graduates don't know what to do, or don't have the experience to start working in their desired field after college. So they take a part time job and just waste time because, even though they have a degree, they don't have any actual expe
I'm a senior in high school and I have a couple of different majors in the STEM field that I'm thinking of taking that look like they lead to the same general direction. However, I know that there are some key differences in these majors. How do I figure out which one to take and for the correct car
I want to become a registered dietitian when I finish college but my diet is different from the majority of the population: I am a vegan. Would I have to conform to give advice and counseling to clients who follow the standard american diet? Or could I give them advice based on studies that show a s
I plan to major in Business Administration and Management, and hopefully have a career in it one day.
I would love to know if there are databases or websites that show specific careers and job opportunities specific to your major.
There are many things that I desire and it is so tough for me to pick that very special one! Psychology has so much to offer and I am just lost in the middle. The options upon options never end. I feel as if I should definitely know what it is that I want to do once I graduate. I mean, I certainly h
Between pediatrics, finance, and law.
I heard a lot about how important it is to get connected with people if one wants to find a job or know more about a specific industry beforehand.
What are some ways to approach strangers on LinkedIn that will result in more positive feedback and help me succeed in social networking and job hunt?
starting college this fall for international business degree. I want to see the world so i figured this will be my path to do that and make money at the same time. so i am wondering if there are any other college/ career paths to achieve a career traveling the world