Is a second Bachelor in Computer Science better than Master in Chemical Engineering in terms of job opportunities for an international student with BS in Chemical Engineering from City College, given the current job market and H1B visa situation in US?
It is not so easy as to say what is the better degree but usually whether or not you have the right experience. If you want to stay within the chemical engineering field then you should pursue your Master's…View all answers »
What should I do to figure out what is best for me career wise?
The first thing to do is ask yourself what you are passionate about and what you really like to do that will also pay you a salary to meet your financial needs. If the answer is "I don't know" there are…View all answers »
I am not sure about a career choice and would like advice on what to do? I am interested in psychology/counseling, English, nursing and teaching elementary/preschool/early childhood. My personality is introverted and I can be very shy/soft spoken at times, but I am also very observational and am a good listener. I have a need to help people, but I also love working with children and have interests in the beauty field. I am currently getting my aesthetics license from a cosmetology school, but I do not think this career is the one I want to work on all my life or as my main career. Any advice/direction you can offer would be great.
It's great that you have such varied interests and curiosity about learning new things. Your can begin to narrow down your career pursuits by finding alignment between your current degree pursuit, your strongest…View all answers »
I am a graduate student at New York University with major in Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship. I will be graduating in May'15. I have experience working both in biotech and management. I am interested in working in biotechnology research and also I am gaining required programming skills to work as a Business Analyst in healthcare sector. Please, advice me which path should I take? Thanks!
It is so wonderful that you have well-rounded experience in biotech, management, and programming! Having experience in several areas within any industry will open way more doors and opportunities for you to…View all answers »
I'm about to earn my undergraduate. It seems that everyone is getting a master's degree now too. I really don't have the money to do this, but am I really at a disadvantage in the job market without a masters??
This is a great question especially with the popularity of students continuing on to achieve their Masters degree.
I can tell you that in my company it does not put you at a disadvantage, to tell…