I take care of home and family. Its my dream job. It doesn't pay well, but the benefits are awesome!
I work at the movie theater at the shopping mall.
My favorite part is ticket taking.
All jobs turns into mediocre after initial hoopla.
I don't know if was a dream job, but I stayed 32 years. Now, I just work at being lazy.
A small picture of your wife and kids so you can remember why it is you are out there for....
After doing engineering in Electronics & Communication , you are now capable to get many jobs in electronics companies like LG , Samsung and many more.
Hi there! Natural flowers are definitely better looking as their fake counterparts. Also note that many of them smell amazingly nice and when displayed as a bouquet, they will give a pleasant scent to the room. Fresh flowers can also last long enough if they are properly cared for. I personally have no plastic decorations … Read more
Get an MBA in at a college that offers a Co-op program comparable to Northeastern university. You will get both experience and your degree, and most likely a job offer for when you graduate.
I recommend you work for someone else for 2-5 years before opening your own business as well.
Neither . . . Make yourself something healthy to eart.
Neither. People who are getting MBAs are already accomplished in their career. Any legitimate MBA program requires real world experience and references. A CPA is what you get if you want to be a top level accountant. That's it.
Entrepreneurship doesn't require a degree. A degree in whatever you like which you can use to … Read more
MBA. You need to learn how to run business, not merely do the books.
A good lap dance changes a Boss's mind.
You should approach your employer .... But be prepared with an actual list of reasons why you truly deserve a raise, not just a desire for more money.
If you are worth a raise, just ask.
My girlfriend has a CPA and worked for Ernest and Young for 4 years, hardly the boss of society. More like 60-80 hour work weeks for a mere 80k or so. At some point it goes up to 120 hours. Slavery I'd call it! And it's not exciting work either from what I gather.
My very first job was as a "Painter" working with my best friend in his family's business . . . That didn't last too long though.
I was then a Dishwasher/Busboy for a few years. I absolutely LOVED it . . . There is nothing like your first real independent thing where you earn your own … Read more
Silly and unefective.
My first job was at McDonald's, I was 16 and it was a lot of fun.