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Your Questions About Finding New Niches

Sandra asks…

How can a Jewish 23 year old find a group to get involved with in NYC who desperately wants to meet new people?

I moved here over a year ago and I still have not found my Jewish ‘niche’. I am used to being in college where there are programs multiple times a week for just my age group. Now, all I can find is the JCC 20’s and 30’s group, and that only has about two programs per month. With that kind of schedule, it is difficult to meet and establish relationships with people you see so seldomly. Is there something I’m missing? It seems as though I should have no problem growing a circle of young Jewish friends in Manhattan, and yet, I’m still having difficulty finding out how! Please help!

New Niche Finder answers:

Become a member in your local Synagogue.

Laura asks…

Happy New Year Everyone, I hope your year gives you?

love, happiness, achievable goals, personal bests,, and you make a decision to become more self aware and take on board what you have had issues with in the past.

The one thing I have noticed over the past 7 years of Yahoo help desk, is that we are all the same, no matter how idiotic the question is and how gulliable the person sounds We are all capable of being much more than we allow ourselves to be.

Now think carefully, was there something you loved to do when young? did you love to run? play the piano? sing in the choir? write stories? What did you stop doing when you grew up and want to start up again?

I loved pottery and hiking when young, and am going back to the first and getting in shape for the second. I am also making sure this year My children do what ever they want to do, so they can find their niche in their hobbies. What are your plans?

New Niche Finder answers:

Happy New Year to You Too.
Aims ? Survival.

Sharon asks…

How did you find your dream job?

I’m 23 years old and everyday I go into work and ask myself “is as good as it gets”? I went the college route for a while but dropped before I received a degree because after several years I was still no closer to finding a career. How did you find your niche? Any suggestions for finding a rewarding career that I can be happy with for the rest of my life?

New Niche Finder answers:

I just figured out exactly what I was interested in during college and kept studying that, regardless of the amount of school and financial prospects. At lot of times, doing what you enjoy and making a lot of money are mutually exclusive. You just have to figure out what it is that you enjoy and makes you feel like you are accomplishing something. I chose a research career in psychology because 1) i find it interesting and 2) I felt like I actually had something to contribute to the field.

Susan asks…

how do you find products to sell on ebay that allow enough markup to make money?

I’ve been trying to find a niche product to sell on ebay that has a lot of demand and where I can buy it cheap enough to make a profit on it. I’m looking for high volume products that are not already being sold by everyone. How do you go about finding these products? or creating them?

New Niche Finder answers:

Name brand plus size womens clothes sell super fast and mark-up is definately there! Also namebrand frgrances and perfumes like estee lauder and chanel

Carol asks…

Can you become a lawyer at a Cal State School?

Hello,
I am 21 years old, and I am transferring to Cal State Long Beach. I was majoring in human service, but I’ve finally found niche in criminal justice. Can someone please tell me the prerequisites when I am in Long Beach State? Or do I have to transfer to a University?

Thank you so much.

New Niche Finder answers:

You can get a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Studies at San Francisco State University, but as far as going on for a law degree after you graduate (you cannot become a lawyer as an undergraduate school anywhere in the United States), no, none of the CSUs offers a law degree. That is because one of the things which differentiates the UCs from the CSUs is that the UCs have all of the professional schools – medicine, law, dentistry, etc.

This wouldn’t be a matter of transferring. You can get a bachelor’s degree at Cal State Long Beach in human services or whatever you choose, and if your grades are good enough, and you do well enough on the LSAT exam, you could then apply to go elsewhere for your law degree. You don’t need to get a bachelor’s degree in anything law-related.

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