Wolf Halton, CBA, PCIP
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I’ve live in Southern California my entire life and I really want to move to another city after I graduate, but I’ll need a job. What are some tips on getting an internship/career in a city that’s farther away?
How often did you change your major and at what point did you recognize the direction you wanted to go
I am undecided as to a major which puts a lot of pressure on me to make a choice. I don't like change so making a choice will most likely define my path which is frightening. I have watched my dad work in a profession that he felt trapped in and I don't want that to be my future. #career...
I am trying to figure out what to major in and want to make sure I have a job when I graduate college #college #major
How can you find job using statistics - besides the word "Statistician" in the job title, what other job titles are typically used?
I am loving my AP Statistics class. I had never considered a career in statistics before but now I am curious what types of jobs exist where I could use this math skill. When I do an internet search on "statistician" or statistics I get some results but it seems like there may be a lot more...
I am volunteering online on Linkedin, so I was wondering how much helpful is online volunteering for building up profile. #career #career-counseling #careers #business-analysis
In high school, is it better to take career-related classes or classes that are pretty unnecessary to your future but are fun for you?
In high school, classes are separated into core classes (main subjects like Mathematics, English, Science, etc.) and electives (classes outside a required curriculum like Creative Writing, Band, Ceramics, etc.). Electives may not seem that important because they are more of a "just because"...
What are some ways a high school student is able to answer the age-old question: "What do I want to do for the rest of my life?"
I am a student going into my third year of high school, another year closer to college and choosing the career path I want to walk down. I have always wanted a career where I will be happy doing the work that I am doing. I never would want to force myself to do something that I would regret....
What is a career that will be beneficial for me after college in terms of salary and also a career that will not die out?
I am a senior in high school, and I am looking for a career that will be beneficial for me after college in terms of salary and also a career that will not die out. I know this a tough topic to answer but I need some arrow to follow. A career in computers, game design, security, or something to...