You cannot be a pharmacist with an associates degree. The degree requirement is a doctorate (Pharm.D)
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 programmers, system analyst, and computer support specialist.
It depends on what kind of accounting job that you want. You can get an associates degree in Accounting ( two years of education)... or you can get a bachelors degree (four years), masters degree (six years)... so on and so forth... the more education, the more money you will make.
You do not need to have any particular job to get a business associates degree. Experience as a general manager may make it easier to get the degree, but that is the extent of it.
Their first year with an associates degree make around $48,500.
I hate how some applications don't have "Associates Degree" as an option. If you have an associates degree and you are filling out an application like that, you should write "Associates Degree in ____" on the side. I think that shows pride in your achievements, and you deserve to feel proud of getting an associates degree. "Some college" does not mean "associates degree". Someone who took 2 college classes could check "some college", and you took about 20. I agree with the above contributor. Applications should have a designation for the completion of an Associates degree. An Associates degree shows completion. There are Associates degrees as an Registered nurse, in Technology, Educating, multiple Allied Health fields, and the list goes on, and on, and on. As stated above, if it were me I would make sure I indicated the Associates degree on the application. Viper1
male nurses make between 30,000 a year to 100,000 a year male nurses make between 30,000 a year to 100,000 a year
It depends on your degree and what department that you work in.
Do registered nurses make more money in hospitals or nursing homes today
I mean how much money does a nurses earn in a montm time please tell me i want to know, because I'm interested in nurses.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median annual wages of registered nurses were $62,450 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $51,640 and $76,570. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $43,410, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $92,240.
About £19182398213 a year!