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You can't just expect company to offer you a job right on the spot. The market is not very competitive and you need to do more to impress the hiring executive. If you looking for job that pays more than minimum wages, expect to go multiple interviews before you can get an a "YES" or "NO" answer.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on 6 jobs that are in demand now
I do business with Primerica more than 10 years ago and I'm a totally believer of term life insurance as your company are very well-known about but I decided to cancel my insurance with Primerica after a couple months since I can find a cheaper premium from a top rated carrier. As well as your mutual funds that time has higher expense ratio.
The data they used are from NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers). Probably there's not enough data for starting salaries for Petroleum Engineer and Chemical Engineer submitted to the Association and basically survey is the most common and more in general. The article is about the starting pay for a new grad and sometimes employers report certain position as not as starting job position for newly grad.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on College majors with the highest starting salaries
You are talking about clerical jobs not position that needs business degree. Business is more than that, what basically they outsource are position that can be done cheaper and not to be onsite. We still need business people to run the business onsite same as healthcare professional. Are you aware that they also outsourcing healthcare position too? If you call those nurse, doctors, pharmacist phone hotline, those are now outsource overseas. Go to regular hospital and ask them how many people are healthcare workers and business workers onsite? You must be amazed especially with all the new healthcare regulations, there are more business related position created in the healthcare industry.
@lovinlife I'm not saying they using their MBA to treat their patient, they getting their MBA to learn how to run their business better. Most of these medical practitioners run their on practices. They can be a good healthcare provider but if they are lousy on business, they will not make it in business. Healthcare is a business. Some of them also take MBA to become administrator of the hospital and other healthcare companies.
What are you smoking?
12 months ago on College majors with the highest starting salaries
Most school districts pays their teacher on the same scale but if you are a Special Ed, Math. and Science major they usually start you on a higher scale than the rest.
If you have a double degree, my question is? What kind of company you work?
You go to college to learn a skill to make a living. What's wrong with the college right now are they putting a lot unnecessary classes that adds to college expenses. There is a time to be original and all awareness in the world you desire and called hobby....
This is a survey and survey is basically what is the most available in the market. Your position is not that common and you can't find that position in all market.
This is a survey from NACE. Survey is basically are in general and the most common in the market. Your position is very uncommon and I bet you if you do a survey you hardly find a Petroleum Engineer position.
This survey is for degree program, minimum Bachelors. The job you mention are for graduates of trade school.
In my opinion business degree is the most stable and have more opportunity to grow and possibly make more money. You said medical field but if think about it, in a healthcare company how many medical major are needed compare to how many business major are needed. If you look at the highest paid people on the company again, how many medical major and business major is? Why do you think there's a lot of medical major people are now taking an MBA?
The article said "Median starting pay," Maybe in your case is $30K but other people/location/company is $60K. If you take the median of those two, it's $45K.
What 30K a month? So you mean, your son will be making $360,000 a year?