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Your Questions About How To Find A New Career

Linda asks…

What work experience would help me get a career in Physics?

I love physics and astronomy and I want to have a career in physics in my later life (possibly theoretical physics). What sort of work experience could I do to help me achieve this?

New Niche Finder answers:

There are no “careers” in physics you can study physics at doctorate and post doc level but most of it will be theoretical, the only career in astronomy is as an astronomer and that is overpopulated

William asks…

What job/career in the air force best translates to a civilian career?

what job/career in the air force best translates to a civilian career?

New Niche Finder answers:

Check this website out friend. Military to civilian occupation translator.

Http://www.careerinfonet.org/moc/SelectMilitaryOccupation.aspx?strSearchType=menu&strBranch=F&strMPC=E&strKeyword=&strKeywordSearchType=&strSort=moctitle

Just at the top of my head:

Air Traffic Control
Biomedical equipment
Cyber Transport Systems
Any medical job should translate well in the civilian sector.

There are alot of jobs that translate into a civilian career, I think it depends on what you really want to do. Then again, what do I know. I’m a DEP’r, which means I’m retarded and unable to answer most of your questions.

Donna asks…

What do you think of career women verse career men?

What do you think of a woman who either has a high-priority career or is striving for such a career? Or what do you think of women in highly competitive high-end careers? (Lets say doctors, lawyers, professors, CEOs, etc.)

Do you think any differently of women in these careers than you do of the men who work in them? If so, why?

And also, do you think any differently of mothers in these careers than you do of fathers who work in them?

New Niche Finder answers:

I think it’s unfair that men who do this sort of thing don’t get labeled “career men.” They’re just “men.”

Anyone with realistic ambitions has my props.

George asks…

How do you feel about a career in accounting?

If you are considering your career options, how do you feel about a career in accounting? Do you think it would be a career that you would consider? If so, why? Otherwise, what are reasons you would not consider a career in accounting?

New Niche Finder answers:

Accounting is certainly a field that will always be needed so lots of job opportunities there.
The best career choice is the one you will enjoy for most of your life as there are many years ahead of you so you might as well enjoy your work.
Accounting is so diverse – there are many fields within that scope and you can choose a very specialized area like CPA, Full Charge, Tax Accountant, and many more. It can be a very high paying field of employment for a skilled person.

Steven asks…

What are the pros and cons of the career field of psychology?

What are the pros and cons of the career field of psychology? What do I have to do to become one?

New Niche Finder answers:

A B.A. In psychology is probably enough to give your children a better life. You start to understand how they think, you learn enough about human behavior to understand how to influence them. You can also use that to help influence others. However, a B.A. Is not usually enough to start your own practice.

A Masters or Ph.D. In psychology is usually required if you want to pursue that as a career. Of course, once you start down that path, it’s hard not to psychoanalyze everyone. :)

It can also be very stressful. Typical cases involve recommending placement of children in a child custody battle, evaluating an abusive parent and providing recommendations on what they can do to get their kids back, deciding what the government should do to help someone who is mentally impaired, determining the sanity of someone who’s pleading insanity in a criminal case, etc. You would think it’s rewarding, but since you often don’t get to see how things work out, you don’t really get to reap the rewards. You only know in your heart that you did the right thing.

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