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A career in Sports Management seems very competitive. Is there a minor in particular related to the Sports Industry that I should look into majoring in to secure me a position in today's workforce?

I do not know any people who have successfully majored in Sports Management and actually work in the field. Trying to get a feel for the other types of jobs that may be related to the field as a back up plan....



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Kayla B.
Bryan C. Young | Fan Development, New York City Football Club, LLC I would recommend a minor in graphic design or videography. If ...

As an entry level intern for the government what should I write for cover letters

I know each job is different, besides the name and job name and number, what should be the bones of my cover letter. #internships #federal-government...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Naysa B.
Ollie Jones | Software Engineer at Glance Networks Government service is a fine career. Go for it! Your cover ...

What kind of internships should I pursue if I am a Mathematics major? I am unsure of what I will do with my degree, so any general internships that could help are APPRECIATED

I have been struggling to find an internship or job that directly relates to my major, so I was wondering if anyone has an idea of where I should work for my first job? I would like for it to relate to my major. I am not sure what I want to do with my degree yet, but since my first year of...

#mathematics #entry-level #college-major #internships


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

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Posted by Shakuan F.
Lisa Bage | COO at Mutual Aid Exchange I was a math major also and ended up in insurance. ...

Are Entrepreneurship Degrees or certificates helpful for a student who is trying to get a job in the business sector?

I have a two Business Management degrees but also though about attain a certificate in Entrepreneurship. #business #management #marketing #human-resources...



Active Nov 11 '17 at 23:13

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Posted by Naphtali B.
Stephanie Murnen | Sr. Manager, Surgical Gloves Marketing at Cardinal Health In short, yes. Entrepreneurs get great experience in all areas of ...

How do you apply to a job when you don't have any job experience whatsoever?

I am looking for a job that is compatible with high school and its workload but accepts people with no job experience as a way to gain some. #jobs #high-school-students #entry-level...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Nada D.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Nada, When writing your first resume, it's appropriate to include ...

What are entry level positions for students who wish to become counselors or social workers?

I am an undergrad and am wondering what jobs I should seek out after getting my degree. #career-choice #career-path #job-search...



Active Mar 05 at 07:36

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Posted by Mounia M.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential It is very good that you are reaching out for answers ...

Are Ivy Leagues REALLY worth it?

Although there is already debate regarding this around the country, I decided to bring the discussion here. Is going to an Ivy League and/or prestigious school REALLY beneficial to one's career? #college #undergraduate #ivy-league...



Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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Posted by Emily R.
Gary Stephen Petito | Career Guru Hi, You have a very good and detailed answer above. My ...

How can you build experience for chemistry/biology lab-based careers?

I am interested in doing research or working in a lab as a career, but I have no clue how I should go about gaining experience for positions outside of what I'm learning in college. I currently do undergraduate research but it oftentimes does not feel like enough! Many lab jobs seem highly...

#career-counseling #biology #chemistry #entry-level #career-choice


Active May 28 at 09:25

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Posted by Mailei Z.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Getting to know yourself and how your personality traits relate to ...

How much does mechanical engineering provide with?

I never really cared for how much I would be making with mechanical engineering, but it does make me wonder. Is this the kind of career that would be given a huge salary at an entry level or would it gradually get higher over time. #mechanical-engineering #money #salary #entry-level...



Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:47

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Posted by Gloria S.
Blake Jenssen | Contract Design Engineer Definitely depends on where you work and who you work for. ...

Are entry level office jobs the only jobs you can get with an Associate of Arts?

I am looking for jobs that are related to non-profits and have found that I don't qualify until I get my Bachelor's. Will my degree only allow me to work in an office setting or a setting that is not a non-profit? #career #office-administration...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:54

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Posted by Mounia M.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Okay, so, knowing that, why don't we look at this in ...

What job experiences can lead to career in Human Resources?

Hi there, I'll be graduating in an year and I'm looking through my career paths and job experiences. I have lots of experiences of living abroad and willing and wanting to work anywhere in the world. I think some values of skills of HR management really fits to me; such as listening skills,...

#entry-level #human-resources #international #experience #college-jobs #job #first-job #career-details


Active Mar 02 at 13:15

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Posted by Danny L.
Arjun G | IT Helpdesk Analyst at Dell Human resources managers plan, direct, and coordinate the administrative functions of ...

When employers list a specific GPA requirement, is it final?

I ask this because I am a electrical engineering major and I don't have a 3.0 GPA, which seems to be the threshold for most companies looking to hire college students. I would like to apply for most companies but I do not meet this requirement. I want to note that I usually don't meet this...

#tech #computer-science #java #entry-level #internships


Active Feb 16 at 08:24

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Posted by Augusta I.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Hi Augusta, Usually the larger companies are more rigid in their ...

How can I set myself apart when applying for jobs?

I will be graduating this semester (Woohoo!) and am currently looking for jobs to gain work experience to act as stepping stones in building a career. I work as a server at a restaurant, but realize I need to focus on my future. To the jobs I have already applied to, there are many I have yet...

#hiring #business-development #hiring-managers #entry-level #business


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Laiz A.
Pamela Mapelli | ESL and Spanish Teacher | E-Learning Instructional Designer I would say a great way to start is volunteering. It ...

What are some entry-level jobs that could lead to becoming a project manager?

I am a high school senior with a special interest in business. I hope to one day become a project manager at a company, but as I am looking at colleges and majors, I am wondering what steps lie in between graduating college and reaching a project manager position. I was wondering what some...

#entry-level #management #business #logistics-management #project-management #career-path


Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Emily M.
Jenny Hill, CPLP, CTDP | Training Program Manager Very nice goal! In many companies, there are entry-level project management ...

Where can I look to get real-world experience?

I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5?...

#entry-level #jobs #electrical-engineering #government #college-jobs #college #tech #computer-science


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

5 answers

Posted by Augusta I.
Sophia Barberini | Senior Director, Programmatic Operations at Fox Networks Group Don't apologize for your GPA. You might have a good story ...

How would I go about getting an entry level clinical research position?

I am looking for an entry level research position that will further strengthen my application to medical school. The only experience I have in research is community health research, but I am trying to find something more clinical or even lab related. Since I am lacking in experience how can I...

#entry-level #medical-research #medical #clinical-research #research #medical-school #clinical #medicine


Active Jan 11 at 05:55

3 answers

Posted by Hashir A.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research Getting an internship or volunteering is a great idea. Most intro ...

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