What travel and tourism jobs could i get after graduating university?
Question answered by b
any that are offered to you. trouble is there are not that many jobs
What jobs are there in the business field that are night jobs?
What jobs are there in the business field that are night jobs?
Places and job titles please. Im have a BA in Business Admin and looking for a night job, already have a morning/day job.
Question answered by Anna P
Hotels and other 24-hour operations have nighttime accounting/bookkeeping positions. Warehousing and freighting is also usually a 24 hour operation, as are retail jobs at 7-11 and other stores (as in night manager).
What kind of jobs are confidential and a company are not willing to outsource it?
Enumerate these jobs
Say, patent application writting.
patent application writing.
In a company, what jobs are needed to keep confidential?
Question answered by Zeltar
Do not, for one minute, think that jobs that require confidentiality are not outsourced. They certainly are.
What are the different jobs you can get with a criminology degree and a Criminal Justice Degree?
What jobs are each geared more twords? What jobs can you get with the different degrees? Undergraduate degree. Bachelor.
Question answered by Marc Timbers
I am a Criminology major and you can get all sorts of jobs in Law Enforcement.Such as:
Local Police Officer (campus police officer, city, or county police)
State Agent (Many various state agencies)
Federal Agent (FBI, ATF, DEA)
How many jobs did Texas governor create with the bailout funds he said were so bad?
The " con job " says government cannot create jobs , BUT , now governor Perry boasts about job creation WITH the bailout funds of 6.2 billion . GM paid the money back , will Texas ?
Question answered by Angela Q
New jobs in Texas pay minimum wage with no benefits and are part-time. Texas is a terrible place to be if you are unemployed and looking for work. ∠°)
What jobs deal with animals besides veterinary work?
I know that in the future i want to have a job that is all about animals. I have been looking for what kind of jobs there are and i took multiple quizzes but maybe someone can help me. I would want a job that pays pretty good, a job so i can be around animals all the time, and i would want the job to not involve veterinary work because i can't take cutting an animal open...i just cant. but yeah so maybe some one knows a job that has what im looking for. please help!
Question answered by Heather H
Many careers relate to animals. Here is a sampling of jobs that involve animals directly or aim to meet their needs as individuals or species.
Outdoor recreation planner
Animal refuge or shelter manager
Animal trainer or handler (especially dogs and horses)
"Cruelty-free" products manager
Animal control officer
Volunteer coordinator for an animal agency
Fish and game warden
Conservation and wildlife manager
Writer or editor of books about wildlife and natural history
Animal rights advocate
Farming reform advocate
Outreach coordinator for an animal/wildlife program
Zoo or aquarium employee
Nonprofit conservation organization employee (for example, Friends of the National Zoo or World Wildlife Fund)
Animal protective agency employee
Department of the Interior employee
National Park Service employee
Fish and Wildlife Service employee
Fishery and wildlife technician
State conservation agency employee
Unusual Animal Careers
A Series about Careers with Animals
ZOOLOGICAL PARK CAREERS
How about a wild career working with animals! We'll introduce you to dedicated people all over the world who are working with and for wildlife.
How Do I Become an Animal Trainer
If you want to work with animals it would be helpful to get as much experience related to the career you want to pursue as you can. Sometimes places tend to look more at your experience than your degree.
You can gain experience by going to camps, volunteering, an internship, a job, etc.
What are some other ways to gain animal experience?
Some places to look for volunteer jobs or internships might be:
• Veterinary offices
• Animal training classes (does your dog need obedience training?)
• Local Humane Society
• Local Park Service
• Wildlife rehabilitation centers (like for wolves, bears, big cats, birds of prey, and even bats)
• Animal shelters
• Farms (for domestic animals, or even ostrich, llama, or butterfly farms)
• Pet breeders (those that breed specific kinds of dogs, cats, or horses)
• Horse stables and boarding facilities
• 4-H Clubs
1. To get a job working with animals, you need experience with animals. This bit of truth seems to create a frustrating circle. You need experience to get a job, but you can't get experience unless you have a job, right? Well, yes and no.
1. To begin a career caring for animals, you should...
Depending on what you decide to do, some degrees to look into:
* Zoo Technology, Zookeeping Technology, Animal Technology
* Animal/Zoo/Wildlife Management and/or Training
* Animal Science, Zoo Science, Aquarium Science, Wildlife Sciences
* Zoo Education
* Animal/Zoo/Wildlife Care and/or Husbandry
* Zoo Conservation, Exotic Conservation, Wildlife Conservation
* Ethology or Animal Behavior
* Biology, Marine Biology, Wildlife Biology
* Wildlife Ecology
* Agriculture, Aquaculture
* Psychology, Animal Psychology
* Photograph, Film Production
* Drama, Speech
* Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
continue looking through Y!A, people sometimes give good advice on how to pursue a career. You could also talk to your counselor about what you should do and how to pursue it. And continue to research animal careers online. If you want some help finding stuff, email me and I'll see what I can find to help.
What do i need to become a Zoo Caretaker?
I am want to be a marine mammal trainer and I want to know where to start.?
What can I do to study Orca Whales?
Animal Rehaber - How do I become one?
How do I get into animal rescue. ?
Is there anything that I can do to help wolves?
What do I need to do to become a vet?
Can someone please tell me what what kind of jobs involve being around tigers? Cause i would love one of them
How do you raise a baby tiger?
Is there such a job, where i can care for just only elephants?
Do You have any tips for an aspiring Animal Rescue Owner?
Careers in animal behavior?
I wanted veterinary, but now want something more rodent-oriented. What jobs are there for me?
I would love to study primates as a career. What is this called, and how can I go about getting into this?
How can I become an Ichthyologist?
I need to know a bunch of stuff about working with penguins?
I want to be a herpetologist?
I want to study wolves?!?
Is there a job as a zoologist that I can specialize in only zebras?? :?
What jobs can you get with an international business degree?
What jobs can you get with an international business degree? Will I be able to find a job right after graduation? Is it a good field?
Question answered by flingebunt
Well it is a business degree so it could lead you to work in any type of business career, but your specialist area would relate to international trade.
So you might be working in logistics, import, export or something like that.
I would suggest that knowing a second language could be good. Also if you can't find a job, then you can head off to the country whose language you learnt to improve your language skills, teach English then get a job either there, or back home, with that expeirence and knowledge.
The main advantage or problem with working in international business or trade is the need to travel. While this might sound exciting, I have just spent the last 8 months living out of a suit case. So it is up to you if you like it or not.
What were some jobs offered to the Chinese in the early 1900s in America?
Do u know what jobs were avaiable to the discriminated chinese? I know they couldn't get good jobs and earn a lot of money for working but what jobs were available?
Question answered by poornakumar b
Many worked on the Railroad. Also they worked on such heavy jobs (mining) initially where jobs were available for the asking. When their population reached a critical mass they formed their own communities that took care of their common civic needs. These were food, family, temples, money-lending, trade in ethnic food items and all the paraphernalia for a social life, like back home. As their society evolved in those pockets, there arose the need for security & protection. Thus came the protection gangs & martial arts. Their aim is to maintain a self-sufficient society of theirs, with needs well-taken care of that would also be part of American nation. It was the story of all distinctly (from the mainstream) racial societies in a geographical setting & Chinese present a lot of contrast with any other race. So, Chinese had to maintain their identity anywhere they went. In very few places, though extremely difficult, they merged with the mainstream culture.
The recent showing in a high profile intellectual jobs (universities & laboratories) is a recent phenomenon. It offers several layers of isolation form the basics of existence that afflicted the early Chinese. Very few people are in that niche. There is no discrimination here as the best man gets the job. The competition can be intense & only the best survive & valued by the host country. America is an Immigrant country & none can say that he is the son of the soil (Boomi`putra) and those who really were, were confined to the debris of history as non-survivors. Asians in general, Chinese in particular are survivors first.
What entry level jobs offer full time and health insurance?
My pizza place job doesn't schedule full time workers or offer health insurance, nor has any other min wage job I've had. What jobs can a person with a high school degree try to get where they give you full time and health insurance?
Question answered by A M Solver
usually permanent jobs have better benefits, thus they are harder to get, meaning you would need either some degree, work experience or both. like others mentioned, most big companies offer medical insurance. but if you are a temp there, whether entry level or not, minimum wage or not, they basically wont care about your well being because they can replace you easily. so regardless of the industry or the type of work, usually permanent jobs get the better job perks. good luck. but yes, you will mostly start at an entry level post.
or move to a country where national medical insurance is available to all :)
What jobs are there in the office of a real estate agent/broker?
What jobs do they usually have available there?
Who turns in the documents for the credit check and who do they turn them in to? Who processes the documents?
Question answered by Brendan
Normal office jobs. You would receive training in the aspects of the job that relate to your position.