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I am considering the possibilities of taking on green jobs (i.e. geen product marketer). How would taking the courses within my major requirements help me in the long-term? Are there recommended minors that would go well with this major. Or, would I be better off with a minor in sustainability...
Should I just go in undecided? I'm just worried that if I do, I won't be able to transfer into a certain course later on if it's full. Majors relating to STEM appeal to me, but I'm pretty sure my understanding of math isn't strong enough for me to succeed in anything STEM related.
I am a junior in highschool, and Im reaching that point where I have to start applying. Ive taken a bunch of AP's, etc, but still don't know what I want to do.
Hi, subjects I'm good at are math, psychology, and physiology. Subjects that I'm somewhat good at/also interested in is neuroscience and writing. I don't think I would like to go to medical school as it's very rigorous, and I don't mind pursuing grad school either. Any advice for what career...
Q4: I’ve done a lot of career tests, and I’ve scored high in science and healthcare, but I’m not sure what career would be good for me specifically in the science field, and what I want to do?
Hi, my name is Miracle and I’m about to start college in the fall, but I’m not sure what to major in and I was hoping that having a scientist answer my questions then that might give me some insight on what to major in. I know these aren’t ideal questions, but I’ve always loved science and...
I really want to go out of state for college as there's not many opportunities in South Dakota. If I were to stay in state for college, so I was wondering how I would reach my goal of a supply chain engineer, or some other supply chain job? Would an operations management minor and a management...
I want to be a journalist in the future, but I plan to get a history degree. In my case, would it be possible to request journalism courses/classes?
It would be helpful for me to know the difference steps it takes to get a job.
I am interested in both careers but I am wondering which might be a better pick for me. I am interested in the IT field so either sounds good to me.
I like to start each day by going over any schedule to make sure any calls or meetings I have are top of mind and I get any prep work for those done first thing . Then, I usually answer my emails while i'm still fresh.
Now that I’ve been accepted into a local college, what are some steps I can take in general to excel in my mandatory classes? Also what are some examples of mandatory classes?
I’ve been accepted into my college that I will be committing to. As of now I’m undeclared but want to minor in business and communications just to get a feel of college first before committing to a major. I already have a multitude of AP classes I’m currently taking that will cover a few...