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How easy is get a job with an Associates Degree in Chemistry?
It would be very easy to get a job but it probably won't be doing anything with chemistry. Most chemistry jobs require at least a masters or doctorate. You might be able to find work as a lab assistant doing menial tasks but without an advanced degree it is next to impossible to find work in the field of chemistry.
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Having a degree can help a person obtain a better job and make better money. Jobs available for a person with an associates degree in computer science are computer program…mers, system analyst, and computer support specialist.
none you need at least a masters
With your Associates Degree in Nursing, you can work as a Registered Nurse in a hospital, in a doctors office, nursing home, be a school nurse, etc. Most go work in hospit…als first, because they get valuable experience there. Nurses are in high demand, so you shouldn't have a problem finding a job after graduating. Good luck. =)
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It depends on the field. Chemistry AS can lead to a decent lab job or even in industry. Recently new graduates in any field have needed excellent grades and work experience… to distinguish themselves, even those graduating in nursing, police/justice, and accounting have been struggling to find work at graduation. Nursing is no longer the "hot" growth sector that it was several years ago. Many end up returning to their previous jobs and waiting it out. The economy has stalled the dreams of many people trying to better themselves and contribute their talent to the world. On the bright side, now might be a good time to "sit it out" while furthering your education and skills, if you can afford to. That way, when the good times roll again, you'll have taken down those obstacles and be free to capitalize on greater opportunities. Anyone these days should be looking to get a bachelor's, but there's nothing wrong with getting a solid A.S. done first. In fact, having both might set you apart (i.e. A.S. in Chem + B.S. in Cell Biology or Microbiology, A.S. Nursing + B.S. Nursing etc.)
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I earned a A.A. in Speech and Theater at a community college, however just an associate degree will not open many job opportunities. It does looks good on a resume. I'm now pu…rsing/finishing up my degree in Theatre Education at Austin Peay State University. Once I graduate I will be able to teach in Knd through 12 grade schools. In my opinion, discover why you want to/did study theatre. For me it was because I wanted to teach. If theatre is what you really want to earn a degree in, then you may want to earn a B.A. or B.F.A. in Theatre Education, Acting, Directing, Design, or Playwright. The B.A. or B.F.A. is more likely to get you job opportunities at regional, professional, and academic theater companies. Possible Careers with degree in Theatre: Communications/Marketing Public Relations Playwright Actor Set Designer Light Designer Costume Designer Make Up Designer Prop Designer Director Teacher: (Children's Theatre, Secondary Education) Professor: (M.F.A. or P.hd. required) Radio Personality Film/Video Production Theatre Businessman Good Luck!!!
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One of the ones is a pharmacist.
An associate's degree may not qualify you for a job in HR immediately after graduation unless you have experience as a HR professional. You will be able to become a record kee…per or get an administrative job though if you do not have any prior HR experience.
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This is a vague question but I will help as best as I can. With an associates degree you open your possibilities to so many options but specifying your associates degree is wh…at counts. You can get an associates in practical science or an associates in business, arts, science*. All these have different pathways and the more and more you specify what you want, the better outlook you will have on career choices.
If i get a job in Technology then i would like a software developer.
There are almost no jobs in any scientific field that you can getwith just an associates degree, generally you need at least amasters degree to get these jobs. Perhaps you cou…ld qualify to work as an equipment maintenancetechnician in a scientific lab. You would not be doing any"science", just keeping the equipment the scientists use working.