Genevieve’s Career Goals
Still deciding what I want to do.
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Should I double major in both data science and data analytics? Or should I major in one and minor in another?
I feel that as a data analysis, I would have more career options. However, being a data scientist appeals to me. Should I major in data science, and minor in data analytics, or vice versa? Can a data scientist work as a data analyst?
Can a data scientist work as a data analyst?
Accounting, actuary, computer science, finance, economics, etc.? What about less common careers?
I tried googling this, but nothing came up. Are girls more prone to joining technology majors, less prone to joining math majors, etc,
I've been toying around with the idea of working at a tax office during the winter break if I don't get an internship. Also, when is the latest that I should apply?
My community college has invited me to join their Phi Theta Kappa club several times. However, I don't feel that there's much point in me joining because I am a remote out of state student. I don't that I would be very much involved in the club. The only benefit that I can think of is that it...
The only career option that I can think of is tax law.
Can you still qualify for the CPA exam if you get a BBA as your bachelor's degree?
The only minors that I can think of are business administration, economics, management, finance, etc. Are there any outside of the business world that would complement accounting? Like technology, data analyzing, law, etc.
(Asking for my brother) Should I get my bachelors in computer information sciences, IT, or computer science? I was also considering my bachelors with an undergraduate cybersecurity certificate? Will I get a job if I have this combo?
Specifically, degrees other than business administration. Would software engineering/systems analyst be an option? I could work on accounting software/automating repetitious parts of accounting. I'm open to ANY suggestions!
I will graduate in May 2023. I've been looking around for accounting internships in my local area and remotely, without much success. If I'm unable to secure an internship, should I get a part-time job, or should I do something else?
My college doesn't have any remote clubs. Should I join a online group instead of a club?
I've been recently researching the different types of IT/computer degrees, and I'm struggling to understand how they differ. There seems to be a lot of overlap in the various careers. I've been able to improve my comprehension/understanding by comparing the various technology careers to the...