Should I do a second undergrad in computer science (that has co-op options) or take some courses and do a masters in computer science? My undergrad is engineering so I could get into a computer science masters if I take a few more courses. The second undergrad is more time, but provides the co-op experience to help get me right into a job after graduating. Thanks for your recommendations!
I have studied electronic engineering at a technical university. I speak English and French. I have been rejected at six job interviews so far. I truly believe that I did very well in some of them. I am frustrated and feel useless. What can I do to increase my chances of getting hired?
I know interviewing for positions can be frustrating but keep on going. Stay positive and focus on your goal and the right position will come along! Seems like your resume/experience is good since you have…View all answers »
How should I respond when the initial salary offer is lower than what I felt was fair? What is the best strategy to compete with those 20 years younger without referring to my age? And, what is your opinion about referring to notes when asked if I have any questions by the interviewer?
I recently graduated with my Masters degree in Social Work. I am currently working a job that is part social services and part marketing. I don't mind social work but I would like a career where I can potentially earn more money. I feel like I have quite a few transferable skills but I am worried no one outside of social work will consider me. What other kinds of jobs do you think I could be considered for? Is there anything I could do to help me connect with jobs that I would be a fit?
Hi, I am a MS student at University of Delaware in Mechanical Engineering. I will be graduating in June 2016. I am looking for employment opportunities in the US, and would like to know, how to search for companies that have available positions for my skill-set. For example, how can I find companies that hire Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) guys?