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I love Chemistry and I know I want to major in it, but I don't know what branch I want to go into specifically. I know there's analytical chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry. What kinds of jobs do each of these branches include and which branches will have the...
Looking into the fields of electricians, electrical engineers, and/or teachers (wanting to teach mathematics, so any math teachers of any kind are more then welcome)...feel free to message me.
My first name is said like president Reagan but spelled differently. I'm a graduate from during the 2020 pandemic. I'm a black female who also has mild autism, and I'm also Muslim in the Islamic faith (I honestly hope there is very little discrimination but just in case I'm putting honest facts...
I've done some search ups and so far I've met seven male physic professors and one female chemistry professor honestly it's a little intimidating and I don't know what to make of it all my friends encourage me but i just don't know.... #physics #chemical-engineering #chemical-engineer #chemicals
Recently received my Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. I will be attending graduate school in the fall to receive my Master's of Science degree. In the near future I plan on teaching at a university level. #women-in-stem #women #women-in-tech
I would like some insight about how virtual reality came to be and how it is actually set up. I had a demo on virtual reality while visiting CNBC headquarters two months ago and I really liked seeing virtual reality before my very eyes. I just want to know more information about virtual reality...
What are some good questions to ask the interviewer to get a better understanding of the company you work for
to prepare yourself for the interview and look more prepared #computer-software #computer #management #university #accounting #marketing-and-advertising #job-application
How should I go about looking at college majors if those that I am interested in may not be the best for supporting a future family?
I'm asking this to help me figure out wither a job I enjoy is better than a job that would economically set me for the future. #college
Initially, I was really interested in majoring in chemistry/biochemistry (I realize the two are very different, but was leaning towards chemistry) this coming fall, but from what I've read online, chemists don't seem to have great job prospects. I've read of PhD students struggling to make over...