What jobs can you get with an associate?
I've seen a few jobs available with an associates in accounting. I would also ask someone at the school you're attending. If you're like me, I have a family and work, I plan on getting the associates and working for a few years, then going back to get a bachelors. Some people don't have the option of going and getting the bachelors right away, I say do what works for you.
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Answer . Verbal praise is #1. Telling them when they've done a great job is a great motivator. Acting like an employee and not management (no arrogance) will give the emplo…yees the "he's one of us" mentality and will endear you to them. ASK things of them instead of demanding things. Treat them well and they will go the extra mile for you and the company!. ~ T
With your Associates Degree in Nursing, you can work as a Registered Nurse in a hospital, in a doctors office, nursing home, be a school nurse, etc. Most go work in hosp…itals first, because they get valuable experience there. Nurses are in high demand, so you shouldn't have a problem finding a job after graduating. Good luck. =)
Some jobs you might get with an associate's degree in human services are: Case Management aide Social Work Assistant Community Support Worker Mental Health Aide Comm…unity Outreach Worker Life Skills Counselor Social Services Aide Youth Worker Client Advocate Aide Gerontology Aide
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Teachers Aid Office Assistant
The jobs are the printer finger guy and a offecer.
A sales associate job description will vary depending on thecompany he works for. It usually includes helping customers withtheir purchases.
A farmer, a fisherman and a miner.
cosmetologist, esthetician, make up artist, celebrity stylist/make-up, theatrical stylist, platform artist, salon manager, spa director, cosmetology instructor, cosmetic sales…, product/brand representative/sales.
there job is to move around because your body s a system
Purpose of Classification: Performs activities associated with selling, stocking and ordering merchandise in a retail or sales operation. Incumbents in this classification ma…y be assigned to one or more specific merchandise areas within an operation and work within established guidelines in performing tasks. Difficult or unusual problems are typically referred to supervisor. Distinguishing Characteristics : This is first in a series of three classifications. It is distinguished from the Sales Assistant Senior in that thesenior level typically has leadership responsibilities, requires specialized knowledge in a particular area and/or performs a wider variety of functions. Examples of Duties: . Assists customers in locating merchandise and answering a variety of questions concerning general merchandise; demonstrates use of merchandise upon request. . Stocks shelves, counters or tables with merchandise; keeps merchandise orderly and neat in appearance. . Totals prices and tax on merchandise selected by customer using paper and pencil, cash register or adding machine; accepts payment following established procedures for different types of transactions; makes change; issues sales receipt; calculates discounts when appropriate. . Counts and balances cash register and receipts. . Stamps or attaches price tags on merchandise and/or checks tagged prices to verify accuracy referring to price list. . Fills out specific forms to process transactions or special orders such as refunds, jewelry, graduation gowns or requisitions for university departments, among others. . Checks inventory periodically to obtain reorder information to replenish stock ; informs designated staff member of needs or places orders with outside sales representative within established limits. . Checks inventory listing with actual inventory on shelf and reports discrepancies to supervisor. . Sets up promotional displays; makes signs or arranges merchandise on counters or tables to promote sales. . Trains new sales staff in basic operations and procedures. . Cleans shelves, counters or tables. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: . Knowledge of basic arithmetic. . Knowledge of cataloging and inventory techniques. . Skill in meeting and dealing with the public and customer service techniques. Minimum Qualifications: Six months' experience in sales and stocking merchandise; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
You could work as staff in a residential treatment center for kids, adolscents, or young adults (working directly with the clients/patients). You could work at a state mental …hospital as a psych tech. You may possibly qualify for a SSW license depending on the state you are in, which would open a bunch of other employment doors for you. . You can of course be a psychologist, after earning a PhD and being licensed by the state in which you want to practice. An associates degree will not help you very much in landing your first job. Even many assistant or intern positions require at least a bachelors, and to get fully certified you'll need a master's degree. . It is hard to get a job with only an Associates degree in Psychology. Most employers require experience along with the education. To get experience, try volunteering with somewhere maybe one or two days a week to get that experience. . You might look for a job as drug counselor or on a crisis hotline. High-paying jobs will be very competitive and will probably require at least a bachelors degree, if not a masters or PhD. . It's difficult to get a job with a Psychology degree unless you have at least a Master's. An Associate's degree can only get you the most menial of psych jobs, like a medical receptionist or an orderly in an institution.
If i get a job in Technology then i would like a software developer.
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