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What are the future career oppertunities of a social worker in India?

I have studied my Masters in Social work .. I just want to know the career trends in India for a social worker #educator...

#development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by Sheetal P.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Sheetal, Social Work as profession in India has already passed ...

What kind of jobs could you get with a associates degree in child development?

I plan on getting an associates degree in child development and would just like to know. #development...

#child

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Esmeralda R.
Nancy Aligwo | Online Admission Counselor/Representative/Customer Care agent/Sales There are various Jobs. Child care Director Teacher Assistant Child and ...

What is the career path to a successful career in international development?

I'm interested in working internationally and also on development issues. I'm wondering how to get into this field and how be successful. #international #development...

#international-development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:57

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Niyati Gupta There is no established path but people tend to get involved ...

What are job options for those who have product development and product design degrees?

My current college major is product development and it is a topic that interests me very much. I am wondering what careers are possible for me #career #development...

#product

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Ellen R.
Keith Sun, MA, NCC | Christian Minister, Career Advisor, Emerging Mental Health Counselor Ellen, that's a very valuable area of study for a lot ...

What is the most rewarding part of being a structural engineer?

This is my major and I'll be graduating soon. One of the reasons I originally chose this was because I always liked math and physics, but I wanted to make sure I could use those skills to help people, but lately I've seen this field as more of putting up high rises and luxury condos for people...

#development #structural-engineering #civil-engineering

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Active Mar 08 at 01:03

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Posted by Joseph B.
Mokshan Abrol | Structural Design Engineer Having worked in Transportation sector for about 4 years, the joy ...

What courses should I be looking to take to become a computer programmer / software delevoper?

I want to go to college to learn about something within computer programming. #computer #software #programming #development...

#java-development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Logan J.
Morgan Bardon | Experienced Business Analyst, Six Sigma Champion, and Project ... It depends on what sort of programmer you want to be. ...

What are the most important traits or skills to develop before starting a career?

I am currently in college. I would like learn and develop important skills and traits that would make me stand out in any field. What do you think are the most important skills to master? #college #career #development #interviewing-skills...

#communication-skills

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Active Feb 27 at 08:09

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Posted by Christina A.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... This question is a little difficult to answer because each Career ...

What is the best way to determine which area of psychology you would do best in?

I know that I want to major in Psychology, but I am unsure of how to determine which area that I like best or would be the best at. #psychology #careers #development...

#child

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:43

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Posted by Katherine C.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Katherine, Psychologists specialize in a host of different areas within ...

Job proffession in IT field

I am intrested in C Language what will be best profession for me.I am thinking for web development and software development too.i am so confused in which i should move forward kindly help. #software #development...

#web

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:43

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Posted by Nidhi R.
mathias G | IT Engineer The C language is mostly used for machine near programming today, ...

What skills do I need to develop to become a good teacher?

I am in the concurrent Education program at York University. #teacher #school #skills #personal-development...

#development

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Active Mar 05 at 10:28

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Posted by Deborah C.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Deborah, As well as subject knowledge, there are some other, ...

I want to join computer industry as a programmer . Is it necessary for me to have skills for more than one programming language to be a successful professional ?

by skills I mean the the complete in and out of the language . Because currently I am learning complete C(including the hardware interaction part) and I feel like if other languages are going to be this deep than it would take me my whole life to learn them . #computer #software #programming...

#development #programmer

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Yash B.
Tiffany Clark, CUA | User Experience Analyst at Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company First of all, most programmers don't know "the complete in and ...

How should a student app developer get his first work?

Hi! My name is Paul and I'm a 16 year-old who is currently learning Android app development. I was looking at job postings in that field for future reference and I noticed that most employers want the developer to have at least two years of experience. My question is: how can I get two...

#development #programming #android #apps #software

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Paul W.
Pran Mukherjee | System Software Engineer at Akamai Technologies 1) Do internships or co-ops. 2) Write your own apps and ...

How do I make myself stand out in the Public Relations Industry?

I hope to become a PR Representative in the future. #career-counseling #public-relations #development...

#representative

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Active Mar 13 at 18:22

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Posted by Valerie B.

Is it possible for students adapt to new career paths that are unrelated to their major? And if so, what steps should they take?

A lot of times, people end up having a new passion that is unrelated to their degree. I have seen many professionals gain high profile jobs even though they had a degree that was unrelated to their career. I was curious to see how a student could gain experience in a different field and dive...

#majors #development #consulting #business #recruiting #graduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Minh V.
Jeremy Jessup | Service Metrics & Reporting Analyst at Dell I see a lot of people go to school just for ...

Of what importance is the university of a student if he wants to get a good job ??

I also want to know that if I can change my career after completing my engineering , I mean like if I get degree in EC can I get a job related to CS or IT ?? #engineering #career #jobs #salary...

#development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Yash B.
Matthew Pearlson | Special Projects at Citizens Energy Corporation Hi Yash - good questions! The selection of a university is ...

What's the best way to gain Computer Science experience, without any experience at all?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:34

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Posted by Blessed Joshua G.
David Weller | Program Manager/Certified Scrum Master You're off to a good start. One of the most amazing ...
Ian Gudger | Software Engineer at Google What Wolf Alpha said is very true, however I would like ...

As a computer scientist/programmer, is there anything you would change about the environment of your job?

Do you find the place you work at stressful or comforting? Any windows? Lots of room or are you in a cubicle? I would like to have an understanding of how the working atmosphere will likely be within the computer science field. #computer-science #computer-software #computer...

#development #program-development #computer-programming #web-development #software-development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Ryan J.
Joanne Mammarelli | Systems Engineer A big trend of late is the concept of open floor ...

How do I practice programming and making games?

Currently, all I know is a little bit of GameMaker's built in coding language, and I have a budget of 0 dollars. I've made 1 game with the help of a YouTube tutorial (an asteroids clone) and have multiple unfinished projects. I want to know the answer to these questions: What programming...

#video-games #development #computer-games #business-development #programming #games #game-design #video-game-design

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Active Mar 26 at 21:11

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Posted by Chase M.
Mark Kreitler | Game Developer Hey Chase, TL:DR -- start with the Phaser game engine, running ...

Is proficiency in Java enough to get you placed in good company?

I'm a graduate student(MS Computer Science) and I'm gonna be graduating in a year and a half and I wanted to know if there is any skill that I must have besides Java. I would like to know what are the other programming languages/skills that any employer can expect from a potential employee with...

#development #java #career #job-application #software-development #personal-development #career-details #computer-software #android #software

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Active Mar 19 at 08:43

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Posted by Thompson B.
Ollie Jones | Software Engineer at Glance Networks Proficiency in Java, huh? It's a great start. But, with respect, ...

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