I plan to develop/improve medical devices as part of my career, but I know that people can realize it isn't a good fit when they go to college. I am a strong student in math and science, and really like technology, so is there another field that would be another option?
I would like know, because I have a interest in the information technology industry.
My dream job is to design games that other kids can play.
I am interested in a job in technology, but i'm not sure how to go about deciding what company to work for. How did you pick the company you are working at? What factors did you take into consideration?
i am asking because i do not want to travel far for school.
I want to know if there is any benefits that can help me if I'm an engineer. I also want to know the easiest part of being an engineer.
BECAUSE I DONT NO WHAT I WILL DO IAM STUDING IN 12TH STANDARD NOW WHAT NEXT I WILL DO
I am interested in knowing the difference between the two.
I would like to know the difference, because I am interested in this technology field.
I would like to know career path it takes to be a programmer.
Many people in older generations have seen their careers and areas of expertise become insignificant through better technology. I am curious about other fields we may see disappear.
i study in 10 class ,i am asking this question because i want to become a software engineer.
I am trying to figure out what I want to do with my future, so I'm wondering what jobs in the technology industry make the most money. Specifically, which jobs are most likely to make me the most money right out of school? And which jobs are most likely to make me the most money overall in my career
I'm in high school, struggling to figure out what to do with my life. I love technology like anyone else my age but I'm just not sure that I want to be an engineer. Do I have other options?
I know the digital Technology but how to implement in under privilege people .
Im a student looking to become a forensic scientist
Hi I am kanika.I am 10th std.
I'm currently in 12th grade and looking for internships but a majority require some knowledge and usually require you to already have a Bachelors. I'm trying to get experience before I enter college and is hard to do so I'll have a better understanding as I take the Computer Science course.
Hi! My name is Anina and I'm a high school senior interning for Career Village. I was wondering what kinds of jobs there might be in tech where my business would pay for me to travel. For example, I know someone who can get their company to pay for them to go to a Las Vegas tech conference every yea
Is it harder for girls to work in technology than boys?
I am asking this question because that is my intended major and curious about the job growth in that field.
I'm interested in fixing computers and I want to know the best major is. When selecting a major there is a couple on computers and I'm not sure what the difference is.
I've been told I'd be great at sales, but I'm not sure where to start looking for jobs. Why do you do sales for the company you work for? What should I look for in a company to work for right out of school?
Could you use computer programs to create models that enable you to make decisions on what to invest money in ?
I know I love computer science, but on many applications, it lists both of these as majors, with the distinction of computer science being in their arts school, and the latter in their engineering school
I'd love to get an internship at a tech company. I'm a senior in high school about to go to college next year. I'm not sure where I'm going to school yet, but in general, i'm just wondering what kind of internships I could expect being able to get with zero to very little experience?
Hi! My name is Anina, and I'm a high school senior interning at Career Village. My parents are talking to my siblings a lot about what jobs to think about getting after school based on the job's security and room for quick and rapid growth. One of my younger siblings seems very interested in tech. W
Curious about early entrails of technolgy career!
I am asking this because i really want to be a computer engineer in the future and i'm just asking. 0:
I am pursuing a career in medicine and I wonder about the job prospects. I have seen these new technological advances in medicine and I wonder if it is truly an advancement or if it is just a cheaper version of a doctor. I wonder if it is safe to put human lives under the care of robots instead of a