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Do you feel as though money is the motive when choosing a career?

A lot of my friends talk about how much money their going to make with their careers, but I don't necessarily care about money. #money...

#career-path

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Alandria S.
Christy Rosen, M.Ed., CPRW | Career Coach | Facilitator; Conway Coaching & Consulting You are wise beyond years for asking that question. Money can ...

What are the possibilities of an Anthropology degree? (Cultural and Linguistic)

I am asking this question because I plan on pursuing both a Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology degree because I love learning about both. I must admit, I have a certain passion for tribal cultures and Ancient Mesopotamia. #career-path...

#anthropology

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Julianna H.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Julianna! Here is some insight that might be helpful: http://anthropology.berkeley.edu/undergraduate/what-you-can-do-your-anthropology-degree ...

Is it hard to start a career with a biochemistry major ?

I will be studying biochemistry and starting college this upcoming fall. My plan is to become a pharmaceutical scientist after college but i was wondering if it is difficult to start a career? #career-path...

#biochemistry

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Active Sep 06 '17 at 00:29

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Posted by Renee B.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Renee, I studied biochemistry and molecular biology as my undergraduate ...

How to make a decision about careers?

I have heard a lot of different things about careers, from friends, family, and teachers, but I really have no idea how to make a decision. How do other people make this decision? When do they make this decision? #career-choice...

#career-path

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David Brune How to make a decision about your career and when to ...

what is a way you can find out what you really want to do in life?

i'm a sophemore trying to figure out what i want to do. i'm asking this because i'm always changing my mind. #career-choice...

#career-path

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by MarlaCodman1 .
Gary Toscano Don't take all of the burden on yourself right at this ...

how hard is it for people to get a role in a movie/show?

i'm a sophemore and i'm trying to decide which career is best for me. #career-choice...

#career-path

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by MarlaCodman1 .
Paul Olson You might not like the answer. It depends on what type ...

How can you get connections to help further your career?

Where can I get these connects?...

#career-path

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Shelyiah P.
Kate Wallace | Manager of Corporate and Foundation Giving Hi Shelyiah, good question! Networking can really help with your career. ...

What kind of career paths are there for going into medicine?

Like do I have to go to a 4 year college or are there other options? What are they? Community? Technical? #medicine...

#career-path

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:13

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Posted by Anna M.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Anna, The first step to becoming a doctor involves completing ...

When considering a career in film and media how much is your success dependent on experience (or who you know) versus a college education in that field?

I generally know that a career as a director or screen writer is very competitive because there are a lot of people who want jobs in that field. I also know that most of the time careers involving media depend on who you know sometimes over what you know. Is it overall worth the risk of...

#career-path

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Active Oct 31 '17 at 14:12

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Posted by Shaquana D.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Shaquana, A media studies major is a 4-year degree that ...

Is this the career for me?

I want to be a musician and I know I do, I always have wanted to but I fear I won't be able to actually achieve it no matter how hard I try because it's such a competitive career, I also love art and while I don't want it to be my career I know it'll be my fall back plan. I just want to know...

#career-path #career-choice

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Active Feb 22 at 23:39

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Posted by Catherine P.
Tatiana Phipps | Human Resources Dept. Supervisor Hi Catherine!Why doubt yourself before you even try? Most people don’t ...

How can I stop regretting about what I didn't do?

Everyday, I always think about the past and how did not take advantage of opportunities. For example, I could have joined NHS but did not, even though I like helping others. Also, I am on the swim team, and there is an opportunity where you can coach the little kids, but I did not do that...

#career-decisions #career-path

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Active May 22 at 11:38

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Posted by Sohaib A.
Kim Gravell | Principal at Gravell Insights, LLC I agree with Kim's advice. In addition I think it's important ...

What's the difference between an environmental epidemiologist and a regular epidemiologist? #career-path

#career What's the difference between an environmental epidemiologist and a regular epidemiologist?...

#career-path

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Active May 21 at 11:27

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Posted by Loren E.

Do nurses get a lack of respect as much as I hear they do?

I want to pursue a career in nursing but I hear frequently that they are mistreated. #...

#career-path

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Active May 21 at 16:57

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Posted by Madison T.

Is the structure of the community management career path quite stable or continuing to change?

Rumor has it the community management profession is changing. Is that true? If so, does that mean that the career path is changing as well? How should our students who are interested in careers in community management (many of whom will not be entering the workforce for several years) plan to...

#career-path #community-management #community

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Active Dec 06 '17 at 20:56

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Posted by Jared C.
Ju-Hyoung Lee | Software Engineer at Microsoft Regardless your topic or concern, there should be nothing stable or ...

Should you go to university or college if you are not sure what to study. It is so expensive.

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. #career-counseling #career-path...

#undecided

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Active May 16 at 21:18

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Posted by Arianne B.
Nathan Booth | Career Development Professional at University of Alberta Career ... While it's good practice to have a bit of an idea ...

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? #career-path...

#counseling

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Mounia M.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Mounia, Specialty areas are housed within a master’s degree program. ...

when is a good time to start my career path/plan?

I'm going to be a senior this fall and i want to start taking my future more seriously and start planning my career path. #career #career-path...

#planning

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Aylin N.
Chris Quagliata | PIMCO Investments LLC My three biggest pieces of advice are as follows: (1) Work ...

How did you pick your career path?

I am wondering how some of you choose what you choose and why. #career #career-path...

#pick

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by Dakota S.
Panya Prachachalerm | What is next? I currently work in real estate and have worked in this ...

Is having a very specific career goal putting to many limitations on my future?

Becoming a video game developer is all I've ever wanted to be. I'm concerned that being so specific will limit my options down the road. Should that not pan out, I worry about what other careers will I be qualified for. I want to have something to fall back on. #career-path #guidance-counselor...

#career-counselor

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Rebekah F.
Thaiz Ciolfi Cazzaro, CPSM | Project Program Management Consultant at Dell Computers Hi Rebekah, This is a really good question! Focus on your ...

What type of career options do you have when you major in Biology?

I enjoy the sciences but I do not know what I want major in when in I'm in college. #biology #career-path...

#the-future

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Mayelin B.
Holly Zzxxyzz | Professional Business Support/ IT, Networking Good Day to you Mayelin, I have been seeing some wonderful ...

Should the idea of "do what you love" change in relevance to career searching change depending on your experience?

The notion of "do what you love" is a common idea behind a lot of answers, but I was wondering what should be the extent of this advice as relevant when you are first entering the job market verses when you are more experienced? #career-path #job-market...

#interests

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Posted by Teal K.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org Many people are going to tell you to do what you ...

How stiff is the competition for college students leaving college with a degree in business management?

I am deciding colleges next year and am interested in business. I would not like to change my major when my college circles business. I would like to know if the major I am choosing will not be hard for me to make a career off of that. #college #business...

#career-path

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Posted by Alex D.
Andrew Tarsy | Non Profit Executive and Attorney Very stiff. Best ways around it other than top grades: Internships ...

What's the most efficient way to ensure a successful transition from high school to college, and from college into the workforce?

I'm slightly anxious about the transitions between each big step, and it'd be nice to receive some support on what to expect/what steps I should take to ensure that I make the most out of my time in college. #management #career-path...

#life-transitions

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Posted by Juan T.
Katelyn Garrison | Career Advisor | Co-Instructor at Florida State University Juan, Making a plan when going into college and then out ...

What are the possible career paths for a college graduate with a degree in philosophy?

I am currently a sophomore in high school. I will soon be looking at potential colleges that I would like to go to and potential careers I would like to pursue. I have taken an interest in philosophy and questioning the institutions and beliefs around me. I would like to major in philosophy in...

#career-path #philosophy #philosophy-practice

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by Trevor Warren W.
Matthew McNatt | Feldenkrais Practitioner, HANDLE Practitioner With a degree in philosophy, you can pursue pretty much any ...

Do you love your job?

I want to go into Nursing but I feel like I am not up to the task. I also feel guilty for liking something more. I am interested in learning a language and they always say go with your passion. #job #career-path...

#motivation

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Active Oct 09 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Alena P.
Vonny Allaman | EMEA marketing Hi yes i love my job and in any job there ...

Is it better to go to grad school at a different university than your undergrad?

I've heard people say this and I'm just curious if it was true or not. #career #career-path...

#graduate-school

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Mary B.
NATASHA WATERS, M.Ed. | Higher Education Professional Hello, It depends on the industry and what the company that ...

How can someone get into building autonomous cars?

I was wondering about what career path would it be for building and programming autonomous cars. #career-path #programming...

#automation

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Gloria S.
Melissa Herrera, M.S. | Career Counselor/ Instructor Sounds like you really enjoy building things and your creations in ...

Do you still have doubts about whether the career you chose is the one that suits you?

I want to go to school to become a veterinarian, but I am a little anxious about whether that particular field is for me. #career #career-path...

#veterinary-medicine

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Kolbi B.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research Good answer from Joe above. And yes, I think we all ...

Is accounting a good career path?

How do I know the career I am right for? Is accounting good for girls who like math and want to make a fair amount of money? What is school like for someone interested in the business field? #accounting #career-path...

#collegefreshman

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Active Mar 21 at 08:58

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Posted by Lauren L.
Daria Konanykhina | Associate at PwC Hi, Lauren,I would say that if you're only starting college, you ...

Should I go to an Art School or take up a creative profession if I know that there is a very low chance of me succeeding and making a living?

I'm asking this because I want to try to get into an Art school because most of the things that I do and am interested in are mainly based on creativity and also a lot of my hobbies but I'm not sure if I am able to gain the skills that I need nor will I have the ingenuity that people look for...

#career-path #college #art-school

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Active Mar 05 at 14:59

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Posted by Jazmine K.
Paul A Coulter | Life Change Catalyst - How Great Can Your ... Hi Jazmine! Interesting question! Seems to me if the Art school ...

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