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Asked by sara on January 2, 2018

Good morning, I would like to ask about public health majors, is it preferable to have a medical background?

Grace, Cardinal Health have responded.

In my experience, most students majoring in Public Health are interested in medical, research, or some other field of science . These people aspire to work for the major hospitals or health-related…

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Asked by andy on April 3, 2018

I started working after my final exams, but my university held my degree because of my low GPA. I have been working for about a year now, and I don't know how tell my employer that I basically didn't yet graduate. The University is asking me to comeback for a semester and do some extra credits to raise my GPA. Should I resign from my job? Or should I tell my employer and then resign so I can go back and receive my degree?

Cardinal Health, Avery Dennison have responded.

I think honesty is always the best policy in situations like this. My first question would be, did your employer verify your education when they hired you? If you falsely provided a degree to your employer…

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Asked by Kristin on October 7, 2018

As a junior in college, what is the most important aspect of planning my career that I can start implementing now?

Quest, Cardinal Health have responded.

Such a great question. The most important aspect, to me, is putting together a winning resume. Get guidance from your campus career center to do that. I know you asked for the "most important," but let's look…

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Asked by Kassi Rosenberry on August 22, 2018

Hello, I am starting my senior year in college and did an internship this past summer. During my internship, I did not hate but I also did not love the job I was doing. Would you suggest doing a post grad internship and try something different or jump right into the work force?

Textron, Cardinal Health have responded.

Hey there! It's hard to say without exactly knowing your field of work. Do you think that you are in the right major and there's a different area you could focus on? If so, it might be best that you do another…

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Asked by Alvaro Cesar on August 9, 2018

I am a Brazilian Nurse who lives and works in Germany. I work as a Pediatric nurse in one semi-intensive neonatal care unit. I graduated in Brazil in 2016, however, I did part of my university degree at KSU (Spring and Fall 2015). I would like to know it would be possible for me to find a job here in the USA. Ideally, I'd like to work in Atlanta. Could you provide some advice and direction on how I might go about doing this?

Textron have responded.

Hello there! Congrats on graduating and working as a Pediatric nurse! I think a good first step would be to call KSU and talk to their career services center about your case. Considering that you did part of…

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