So I want to set up and have a running cafe when I get older. I'm in 10th grade now. Would it be best to start saving up money and plan how I want my cafe now? Or should I wait?
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?
I'm interested in ways that I can find a career mentor.
How does a counselor figure out which areas they would like to specialize in? For example a person may specialize in Anxiety, Depression, and Anger Management and work in with the subgroups such as Self-esteem, Addiction, and Family Conflict.
Do counselors learn which areas they would like to specialize in while they are in school or do they learn while working for a number of years?
I am a junior in college have been applying to summer internships and recently heard back from one that I am very interested in. They want to schedule an interview. I have never had an internship and while I am not under qualified, I'm sure there will be applicants with more experience. That being s
As a high school student, on my way to college, I find myself oddly interested in journalism and science. Thus, I am wondering are there any jobs/careers that will allow me to perform tasks in both these areas. Additionally, what majors are be best for these interests?
should i use any other job posting site other than indeed. does different job posting sites have different jobs listed ?
How do I decide what I want to do for the rest of my life? I want to do so much and do not know how to limit myself.
I am struggling with what I want to study and then do after college because so much appeals to me, but I do not know what to do. Right now, I am looking to possibly transfer schools because one school offers more options for me to explore, but I also love what I am studying at my school now.
Some of my friends know exactly what they want to study, many others do not. It is such a big decision to make, and post-secondary education is very expensive. Is it worth it? If I drop out of a program, I don't know what I'll do next.
I want to be a psychologist but I don't know what type.
I have heard that counseling and work in social services can be very stressful. As an aspiring counselor, I'm wondering what methods do people in those fields use to manage their work related stress?
I am looking to contact local therapist and counselors on Psychology Today. I am wondering if I should just send them an email explaining that I am an aspiring Career Counselor and ask if I can get an informational interview or should I call them? What are the best methods for an informational inter
I'm wondering what are similar job titles?
I am a year 2 university student with double majors in English Studies and French. I would like to know more about what are the possible career that someone like me could embark on.
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.
I just want to know what direction to move in besides just looking for employment myself.
I am a junior at college.
What should I put on LinkedIn when I am an unemployed student looking to transition into the non-profit, human service, or social service sector from financial services?
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 going into my senior year as an undergrad and am wondering how I should start preparing for grad school? What are the best ways to prepare for grad school? Should I start applying at the start of my senior year? Or should I wait until I am closer to graduation? Should I hold off on applying unt
I'm considering on having a retail job as well as a tutoring job while I'm studying.
I'm currently building a profile on LinkedIn.
I want to be a teacher when I graduate from York University
I am an undergrad and am wondering what jobs I should seek out after getting my degree.
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 student at Queens College.
I am 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?
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