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Should I list work experience from before college that doesn't apply to my chosen career field when applying for my first job in my chosen field?
I have years of experience in assorted fields before I went to college. I am graduating soon, and want to get a job in programming. I have no technology field experience outside of coursework. Should I list my other experience on my resume, or just start fresh with college? #programming...
I am a college student studying information technology, and I am wondering whether it would be to my advantage to pursue technical certificates in conjunction to my degree. Does having certificates such as A+ and Security+ give a leg up to those pursuing a career in the information technology...
I'm a high school student who is soon to graduate and interested in getting involved with the medical field, but college tuition is a huge problem. I am looking for options that will allow me to continue onto the path I want to follow without leaving me with such a huge debt. #college-minor
I am currently trying to go back to school and have applied for FAFSA, I barely got any money and my parents have no saved money for me to go to school. I have a job that pays minimum wage but want to better myself, I will most likely have to take out a ton of loans. I have applied for...
I want to know what character traits employers find most important in the work place today. Maybe there is a particular trait to hone in on or be more conscientious of. #management #leadership #employers #project-managers
I'm interested in studying/majoring in computer programming and I want to know what most of the professionals use as their "go to" language. I've heard that C++ is a common one because of its versatility, is this true? Thanks for any feedback and help! #computer-science #technology...
When selecting and entering a college, how do you handle the change of pace from being dependent to independent?
I am the youngest graduate from my high school, I will be graduating at the age of 16. I've matured faster than most my age but I still feel unprepared to handle life on my own. This is a vital question regarding my survival in college and life. #college #counselor #coaching #support
I've been looking around online and can't seem to find a good place to look up companies that are hiring in specific degree fields. #business #logistics
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...