I took a chance looking up what a school district had to offer for jobs. My image of a school was that it was only for teachers, cooks, and custodians. But to my surprise there were all kinds of jobs that fit many areas such as psychology, communications, computer science, speech, sports, and languages. And no, these aren’t teaching jobs either. I was amazed at what I found.
Teeth and Dental Care. Don’t let your dental health slide. Your dental health affects your overall health. At home, regular brushing and flossing with regular checkups and cleanings can keep expensive dentistry at bay.
Talk with your advisors and check out your college’s course catalog. There is a lot of information you can find regarding required courses and other major related specifics. Use the resources available to you so that you can remain well-informed throughout the decision making process.
Student jobs in your major are as easy to find as those that do something different. The first place to check is in your campus human resource department. Often they have a variety of jobs on campus that relate to a lot of different topics.
Again, do not recite your answer verbatim. Practice your answer before hand and ask for advice from friends. (Or, you might even ask for advice on an online job search forum.) If you are a college graduate, contact the career center for some job interview assistance. Most will even offer mock job interviews.
Get some advice from the people who are working in the fields that interest you. You could look online for interviews or interview some of these people yourself. Can you relate to these individuals or see yourself in a similar work situation?
TIP: When Mom and dad could not afford the barber we sought out a beauty school or barber college. Students worked on our hair under the watchful eye of licensed stylists. Depending on your income, a shampoo, cut and style can be free or just a nominal charge.