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What are the best practical degrees/careers for an INFP?0celena2012-10-13 23:54:58
It would be nice to just be able to make a trade, but do not do well in the male culture or want to be in the mouths of people all day. I do not want to be a nurse either. I would like to study philosophy , but that's not the best place to get if I find a job to pay my student loans . I would consider something like an accounting major and philosophy minor, but I kind of doubt that being an accountant would be fulfilled .
What are the careers in advertising? also what are the careers in freelance graphic designer?0Wanda2012-10-12 15:33:21
I did my studies in fine arts , applied arts specialties . Well , I want to know my options.M career in a place where advertising is not a big deal , customers place small = small = small agencies . The agencies are afraid to learn the trade from them and leave them , therefore I can not get anywhere .... just give me some options ...
Less than 600 degrees of myopia, 20 years old, hope to improve the way to 200-300 degrees, you can spend more time, but it must be effective0Earl2012-08-14 19:31:02
Now I'm in college, usually wears glasses , that is, to find effective , and gradually nursed back to health , I hope you can try to remove the eye of a few years, no surgery! I am absolutely sure to do!
Are technical/vocational degrees more valuable than college degrees these days?0damilola2012-09-23 23:39:02
How important is a college education ( BA ) in today's job market ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Do you think the time is better spent learning a trade vs college ? MedlinePlus thx
80 degrees, saturated copper sulfate solution, 310g, 100g water heating evaporation, and then cooled to 30 degrees, the number of lamps can be precipitated where?1Wrong when the tender love2012-06-12 14:45:07
80 ° S = 55g , 30 ° S = 25 g I detail the process! !
What do you think will be the careers of the near future?2Yvette2012-10-19 18:01:02
If you believe the advertising and public speakers , tomorrow's jobs are in the medical field . I am a nurse and I know that this is not true . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What will be the " in demand " jobs in the near future? What operations will become more necessary and which will disappear ?
If you were to train as a stockbroker, what other careers do you have available to you?1AshLee2012-10-11 10:54:02
Degree aside, I mean just the qualifications and experience of your current career . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Are there oppurtunities promotion? Can move in commodities trading , etc ? Anything else available ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Cheers
What kind of investing careers are available?1shweta2012-09-28 22:30:02
I am a student of 20 years old school just ended my lower classes of the division , and earned a degree in economics or finance in the next two years . I am very interested in the investment banking and global securities trading , but I have a very clear idea of what I have to do to become, say, a financial advisor or an industry analyst for a company as small as Scottrade until something like Goldman Sachs . I would really appreciate any advice on how to reach my goals . Thank you !
Careers involving trading shares?0Nakia Johnson2012-07-20 07:45:02
I'm a 25 yo male living in the UK and recently became a qualified accountant at one of the big 4 firms, however, I have decided a career in accountancy is not for me and fancy pursuing my true passion which is trading shares on the stockmaket (which I have been doing since I was 14 and have become successful at) I originally believed that investment bankers were involved in trading, however after further research I have discovered they are largely involved in raising capital, mergers and acquistions etc. Therefore I was wondering if any of you city folk could tell me: a) What jobs involve actually involve investing in the stockmarket b) If degrees are always required Ta muchly in advance
Alternative careers with architecture degree?0donovan2012-08-30 07:38:10
What are some careers that allow you to be outdoors regularly complemented with a degree in architecture ? I like to work outdoors or in places , but I'm not so interested in rigorous physical work that most operations require . Just something where I'm not getting fresh air and move instead to stay at a desk most of the day. Thank you !
Career Choice..Want To Change Careers...?2AMERICAN GIRL2012-10-06 05:51:02
Here's the deal regrettable , I spent most of my life working in the factories and have every day I was going to be educated and do something meaningful . However , I never had that chance cause "of raising children and family came before I wanted to do - I had to feed them now not in six months ... So goes the trade school was not an option .... Today I am 48 years old and am in a position I can do this now ... no children at home and no family to raise and I can take a few years to do this . Last week I was so focused on cause of a truck driver "which is what I wanted to do . However , after doing an aptitude test in the second Careerlink .. I guess . That test said my areas were stronger mechanical and artistic ... Then I searched my soul to realize I do not want to be away from bourgeois for long periods on the road, and on the road is what would probably end up doing jumping if I did that . So now I'm thinking of Autobody .. but do you think there is a greater demand for Autobody or Automechanics ... I can easily do both , but need to decide on one or the other (in the real world does not do both ) .. I will take in addition to solder one to decide on ....
What are some stock trading careers compensated through commission.?0rina math help2012-08-08 12:30:02
Careers on Wall Street

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