What kind of jobs can you get with a Nutrition degree?
There are various types of nutritionist and dietitians with many different areas of practice.
Some of the titles under dietitian and nutritionist are as follows.
The most common areas of practice within the nutrition field are as follows:
Some of the titles under dietitian and nutritionist are as follows.
Clinical Dietitian & Nutritionist
Culinary Arts / Nutrition
Holistic Nutritionist / Homoeopathist
Personal Trainer / Fitness Nutritionist
Nutritionist or Dietitian Assistant
The most common areas of practice within the nutrition field are as follows:
- Private Practice
- Outpatient clinics
- Community clinics
- Long and short-term care facilities
- Community support agencies
- Research institutes
- Retail nutrition and wellness centers
- Private communities
- Educational institutions
- Hospitality including hotels and resorts
- Consulting companies and agencies
- Government agencies
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Answer . \nTeaching, obviously, child care, nursery schools, alternative education settings (placement settings), corporate trainer, outdoor education specialist, part interpreter, tutor, librarian, burger flipper, manager of almost any retail store (classroom management and employee management a…re very close), tech writer (someone who writes manuals and instructions), almost any entry level job that requires only a BS in any major. ( Full Answer )
Jobs with an Associate's Degree It depends on the field. An "Associate of Arts" or an "Associate of Science" is a type of degree that is awarded in many different fields, from nursing to culinary to general education to drafting. It is typically a two-year degree, where a bachelor's degree is a fo…ur-year degree (or two years in addition to an associate's), and a master's is an additional two years beyond the bachelor's. What type of job market is available depends on the field. For example, there are a lot of nursing jobs available with an associate's degree in nursing, however there are not many jobs available to someone with an associate's degree in psychology. You will need to research the field to get a feel for the job market. More input from others: . The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained. . You can have a great paying job with only an AA degree in general ed. I am a teachers aide for a unified school district. You can get paid starting at $12 an hour up to $14 an hour. Depends on what other jobs you are going for. There are a lot of jobs within a school district. Some pay higher than others. You really should look into it. All a teachers aide does would be grading papers, copying papers, a little filing if really needed. Maybe help out on the school yard and watch the kids for an hour or two. You can even tutor. Helping with special ed kids you earn more money. Plus, being bilingual is a plus also. They work around your schedule. You can work 2 hrs, 3 hrs, 3 1/2, up to 5 or 6 hours. This type of job is called a classified position. If you had your credential, you would be certified and be able to teach. . If you are interested in working with children in a Daycare, Headstart, Preschool, or Public School, here is a list of jobs you will be able to get with an Associates of Arts Degree: Media Specialist, Paraprofessional, or Teacher Assistant. If you are interested in doing work in an Education Service Cooperative, you should be able to get a job. . Many jobs like that people have an AA for math and English education, but if you're looking for a career then go for a BA, If you want to get a job right after your AA, then I would suggest an AAS degree because is studies a certain job field. You can apply at any job with an AA. . Nowhere! I have had more turn downs since I have gotten my degree. You are better off acting like a dumby to get a job than you are saying you have a degree. . Associate's degrees can be the status quo for entry into police work, retail management, accounting/bookeeping, business, paralegal work, or nursing. Almost all of these careers mean going back to school for a bachelors. The key point is that they give you a minimum background to start working- once you get a bachelor's and go job hunting for a REAL job and salary, you're going to want to have WORK EXPERIENCE to set you apart from the fresh bachelor's grads who do not have this experience. An Associate's degree is useful for the person ready to break into the work world. ( Full Answer )
The possibilities are numerous and cover many job types and include retail manager, massage therapist, corrections officer, construction manager, operations manager, secretary, nurse, receptionist, dental hygenist, and engineering technician. .
job for a person with degree in agricult . probably a farmer or a greenhouse worker. if you have a B.A in agriculture then you are an agronomist. the type of job you find depends on your fields of specialty. if you learned "soil and water" you can work for irrigation companies, if you learned ab…out insects you can work in pest control ect. simply google "agronomist for hire" and see what you get ( Full Answer )
You can not apply for a job in the High School range, with a bachelors degree. But you can apply for an Art assistant job or subbing job in any public grade school. You can only apply at certain Catholic Grade schools. For any more information visit- (http://jobs.com). But this all depends if your d…egree is a Bachelors or a Masters. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Not much, if you want to work in scientific research itself. Most scientists who do hard-core research for a living have Doctorates.\n. \nHowever, it is a very useful degree to have if you want to go into many types of business, or sales jobs for pharmaceutical companies, or as a precu…rsor to teaching. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Answer Many organizations - to include federal, state, local agencies and those in the corporate sector - recognize the benefits of hiring individuals in entry level positions with a well rounded education. The Associates in Arts degrees provide such a foundation where individuals are… exposed to a variety of course work in Composition, Oral communication, humanities, social sciences, math, as well as exact sciences etc. Nonetheless, the Associates in Arts degrees are really programs of study that are not designed as terminal degrees. They were developed to fulfill the general cluster of a four year institutions first to years of study, while also fulfilling career specific prerequisites for the higher level major and minor requirements that are particular to a defined field of study. Nonetheless, the job opportunities with the associates may - in part - be dependent of which Associates in Arts an individual has completed. In other words, the Associates in Arts is a general term that can cover a multitude of areas to include the following: Business Communication Liberal Arts Fine Arts Criminal Justice Illustration Graphic Design Education International Studies Film Psychology Urban Studies American Studies Public administration The above majors are just a sampling of career areas; there are many more. Some individuals will attempt to find employment within their field of study while others may branch out into something totally different. Viper1 ( Full Answer )
You can get about any job in your field of work, they will pretty much hire you right off the bat if you have a masters degree in your specific major.
A Customer Service or front desk officer job, even a job in marketing, especially in service providing company Fast food server
The typical answer applies: It depends. However, generally, it will open more doors for you than having not having an associate's degree. Associate degrees more often seem to be preparatory for a terminal degree. For example, an associates in education may be useful for most students only for access…ing a bachelor degree in education in order to enter the teaching career path. If it is a "generalist" associate's degree (humanities, social sciences)it may likely give access to some entry level corporate jobs, for example, with insurance companies or state or federal governments. An associate's degree in the life sciences might get you a technician job for, example, in some hospital laboratories. Some technical careers seem to be "upgraded" to an associates rank. Examples may be legal secretary, court reporter, medical insurance coding, or aviation mechanic. And some professional careers may be "downgraded" to an associates degree. Actually, these can be "assistants-to-the professionals". Examples can be a sonographic technician and surveyor technician. There are also traditional associate degees which have terminal stature in their own right. An RN nurse readily comes to mind in this category. An "Associate of Arts" or an "Associate of Science" is a type of degree that is awarded in many different fields, from nursing to culinary to general education to drafting. It is typically a two-year degree, where a bachelor's degree is a four-year degree (or two years in addition to an associate's), and a master's is an additional two years beyond the bachelor's. What type of job market is available depends on the field. For example, there are a lot of nursing jobs available with an associate's degree in nursing, however there are not many jobs available to someone with an associate's degree in other fields. You will need to research the field to get a feel for the job market. More input from others: . The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained. . You can have a great paying job with only an AA degree in general ed. I am a teachers aide for a unified school district. You can get paid starting at $12 an hour up to $14 an hour. Depends on what other jobs you are going for. There are a lot of jobs within a school district. Some pay higher than others. You really should look into it. All a teachers aide does would be grading papers, copying papers, a little filing if really needed. Maybe help out on the school yard and watch the kids for an hour or two. You can even tutor. Helping with special ed kids you earn more money. Plus, being bilingual is a plus also. They work around your schedule. You can work 2 hrs, 3 hrs, 3 1/2, up to 5 or 6 hours. This type of job is called a classified position. If you had your credential, you would be certified and be able to teach. . If you are interested in working with children in a Daycare, Headstart, Preschool, or Public School, here is a list of jobs you will be able to get with an Associates of Arts Degree: Media Specialist, Paraprofessional, or Teacher Assistant. If you are interested in doing work in an Education Service Cooperative, you should be able to get a job. . Many jobs like that people have an AA for math and English education, but if you're looking for a career then go for a BA, If you want to get a job right after your AA, then I would suggest an AAS degree because is studies a certain job field. You can apply at any job with an AA. . Nowhere! I have had more turn downs since I have gotten my degree. You are better off acting like a dumby to get a job than you are saying you have a degree. . Associate's degrees can be the status quo for entry into police work, retail management, accounting/bookkeeping, business, paralegal work, or nursing. Almost all of these careers mean going back to school for a bachelors. The key point is that they give you a minimum background to start working- once you get a bachelor's and go job hunting for a REAL job and salary, you're going to want to have WORK EXPERIENCE to set you apart from the fresh bachelor's grads who do not have this experience. An Associate's degree is useful for the person ready to break into the work world. ( Full Answer )
It seems that this question is most easily answered by the word "teaching". Im no authority on the subject, nor have i studied theology although that is my plan in the near future. It seems that if you dont want to enter the paid ministry you can sure go into another line of work that will accept a …degree in whatever as evidence you have intellect (which is what degree's mainly prove). Otherwise getting a masters in theology, then going on to teaching at high school or even university (I'd prefer the high school) is the most likely oppurtunity you will have. As i said im no authority on the subject and this is just specualtion from what i'v heard just to get this forum started. ( Full Answer )
The answer is don't get a degree in Business Administration. There are no jobs and no one will take you seriously especially if your major was Management. So unless you want to be an accountant and plan on being a Finance major don't bother going to school for Business Administration. While the …above is partially true there are exceptions. Right now due to the economy finding a job that will allow you to support yourself with a Business Degree will be very hard. I have been applying for 8 months now and have found nothing. I have been applying everyday. If the economy is good there are much better chances to find a job. This is true of all careers. If you are planning to attend college for this degree I would strongly advise a minimum Bachelors because it will increase your chances of a job. The next problem is going to be that almost every job that I have seen right now requires 2 or more years of experience. Experience is a must for a lot of positions right now. Good Luck. ( Full Answer )
With a bachelor of physiology you can go into cardiac physiology and use heart monitoring eqipment to diagnose heart problems. search through you local university's website and they should have more info :)
I am a history major so I have researched this quite a bit. If you want to teach at the college level or work in a museum, basically if you actually want to use the history that you learned while in school, most jobs require a master's degree and some require a PhD. If you want to be a history profe…ssor at a 4 year university or college, you definitely need to go to graduate school. If you want to teach at the high school level, a bachelor's degree would probably work. Most of my high school teachers did not have their master's degrees. As far as other jobs go, you really aren't limited by your degree because your degree is not in something that is necessarily job specific. Look under Related Links for articles about job possibilities for history majors and history graduates. ( Full Answer )
These days, an Associate's Degree is considered a first step, andcertainly a step in the right direction. It will get you hired inthe accounting department of many companies, where you can getvaluable on-the-job experience. But most major firms expect andprefer an accountant to have at least a Bache…lor's degree:generally, it's a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration,with a major in accounting. Many good schools offer such a degree. ( Full Answer )
There are jobs out there between a business or federal government jobs such as NSA (National Security Agency).
Media is one of the most popular careers amongst English graduates. Some students who major in media and culture gain industry experience by interning at top media companies like MTV, Fox News, CBS News, etc. A large number of career paths are open to graduates of this program including media manage…ment, media marketing, media production, and media advertising. ( Full Answer )
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 wor…k 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.) ( Full Answer )
The most obvious answer is: an attorney. After obtaining a law degree from an ABA accredited law school, a person becomes eligable to take a state bar exam and, if they pass the bar exam, may then practice law within that state. An attorney who has passed the bar exam is allowed practice any field o…f law, with the exception of maritime law and patent law (which have their own national bar exams -- note, the patent bar exam requires a minimum amount of science credits). Although a person may specialize in tax law without also being a certified public accountant, prior tax experience is generally required for any position specializing in tax law.. In most states, attorneys are also eligable for other licenses, including a real estate license, allowing them to become a realtor or broker, as well as a notary public license. Common alternative careers for persons with a law degrees include business administration, human resources, government administration and non-attorney positions within the insurance industry. Entertainment and media are also not uncommon field for former attorneys: notable figures ranging from John Grisham to Geraldo Rivera were once attorneys.. Generally, a legal training indicates that a person is skilled in analytical reasoning and argumentation, and has the ability to distill large amounts of information or complex fact patterns. Although law school is considered a "professional" education, aspiring law students should realize that the law, by itself, is either an academic or political discipline, and law practice generally draws on skills from other fields. Although not required, if a person has a desire to practice a particular field of law, then a background in a particular industry is helpful before entering law school.. The notion of entering law school because it is supposedly a "versatile" degree has been heavily challenged, and aspiring law students should take caution that a law degree is not an alternative to an MBA. A non-legal job is generally considered a backup for a person with a law degree, and as a general rule a person seeking such a job either tried and hated actual law practice, failed to achieve success as an attorney, or some combination of the two. A law degree is expensive and, generally, meant for persons who intend to practice law (or teach law, if you can get into a TOP school).. When an aspiring law student indicates a desire to enter law school because they do not know what they want to do and they perceive law school as a spring-board to a successful career, a good admissions consultant will encourage them to gain real world experience (either in other industries or within the legal profession) before entering law school. In fact, many top law schools will consider prior experience as a non-quantatative factor in making an admissions determination. ( Full Answer )
There are a vast number of jobs available for people who complete a degree, either an associates of bachelors, in nutrition. First of all, however, it should be stated that in most states, the term 'Nutritionist' is not protected, meaning anyone can call themselves a nutritionists if they would like…. There are, however, a great number of certified nutritionists in specific categories. But a nutritionist can be just about anyone. A Registered Dietitian, on the other hand, must have completed an approved degree from a four year college or university accredited by the American Dietetic Association. A list of these programs can be found on the ADA's website. For those who would like to become a nutritionist or dietitian, a list of the most common professions is below: Registered Dietitian Licensed or Certified Nutritionist Bariatric Nutritionist Cancer Nutrition Specialist Clinical Dietitian/Nutritionist Community Nutritionist Pediatric Nutritionist Chef Family Nutritionist Nutritional Consultant Nutrition Counselor/Consultant Personal Trainer Sport Nutritionist Nutrition Assistant ( Full Answer )
NASA requires at least a Bachelors degree in Science to be a Science to work as a Scientist for them. So yuu could be a Scientific researcher or train to be an Astronaut for them or even join the Russian space program.
Answer . design & architecture, commercial art & advertising, interior decoration & design, set design & creation for stage & motion picture industry, fashion design, jewelry design & creation, cosmetics, commercial animation
You can get into most jobs with a philosophy degree - other than those requiring a specialist degree such as medicine. So you really need to start with what kind of job do you think you would really enjoy. If you aren't sure the link below takes you to a careers guide called 'help find me a caree…r' This is free and has everything you need to find the right job for you. ( Full Answer )
Social workers are not only hired by state and county social agencies, they are also used in school systems, colleges, large churches, and even corporations.. Even hospitals hire social workers. Federal Government positions are available in VA Hospitals and on military bases or other government off…ices.. Some of the larger research companies use social workers in the interpretations of data. ( Full Answer )
There are basically four kinds of nutritionists and dieticians, each of these sectors have their own set of employment opportunities.. Clinical dietitians offer nutritional services to the patients in hospitals or nursing care institutes. They analyze the patients need for nutrition and then advic…e a diet pattern. They often assist doctors or health professionals on various nutrition researches. They also look after overweight patients and diabetic patients.. Community dietitians work to promote health and reduce the spread of diseases. They are usually employed in public health clinics, home health clinics, home health agencies and health maintenance organizations. They guide individuals and families on grocery shopping and food preparation of the elderly people.. Management dietitian's look after reports and research work related to meal planning. They also facilitate in preparing health care facilities, and cafeterias of companies, prisons and schools. They finalize the budget required for food and equipment purchase. They also suggest necessary measures to maintain sanitary and clean environment.. Consultant dietitians are more into private practice. They toil on contract basis for their clients. Nutrition screening and diet advices are their basic work elements. They often work on wellness programs and sport teams. Consultant dieticians are often hired under contract with health care facilities.. By May 2004, in the US, the average salary of nutritionists and dieticians was $44,050. And it is expected to grow more due to constant rise in diseases and unhealthy environment condition.. For you to be employed in any of the nutrition and holistic organization you need to at least have a bachelors degree. There are many universities offering online nutrition degrees. On Campus degree options are also available, but that means you running to university and attending long hour's class along with other university issues. Comparatively, these online nutrition degrees are much effective, they do not only save your precious time, but your educational cost and expenditure also becomes half, moreover since most of them accredited you stand a chance of being employed the same way as some on campus graduates. ( Full Answer )
Jobs available to people with an associates of math degree areentry level. Support positions in an accounting office and alsocommunity college tutoring jobs will be available.
Check with job listings with your local Police Department, Employment listings of County Sheriffs Dept, or Job annoucements for your state,Dept of Corrections, State or Federal.
Possible Careers:. Industrail production Managers. Human Resources, Training and Labor Relations Managers and Specialists. Management Analysts. Sales Agents
A degree in French will help you to gain any job in France as you will be speaking in the native tongue! You could, for example, end up working in a French PR company. If you wanted a job specifically using French language you could consider: Language teacher Translation work Tourism The world i…s your oyster! ( Full Answer )
A degree in biochemistry can get you a job as an assistant scientist, research assistant, and biochemist. However, with an advanced degree (doctorate) in biochemistry, you could have a job as a biochemistry engineer, pharmacist, or research scientist.
A professor or in a museum :) A lot of people who go through egyptological programs are dismayed that there's nothing really waiting for them when one "gets out" of the PhD. The trick is to examine a postings for post-doc work and constantly be networking as friends really can help in getting a p…osition somewhere. ( Full Answer )
Online MBA degrees are crucial if you wish to pursue senior management positions, directorship or consulting positions in corporate organizations. Depending on what you specialize in, you can get job in areas such as marketing, accounting, human resources, supply chain, project management or change… management. ( Full Answer )
Music Careers Teaching Music Therapist Performance Church Musician Music Industry Television/Radio Industry Music Librarian Audio Engineering Music Arranging Music Composition Recording Engineer Music Software Development Symphony Orchestra Conducting Film Scoring Recording Editing Virtual Real…ity Sound Environments (Internet, Games, Programs) Music Therapy. If you go to http://www.kenfoster.com/Articles/Careers.htm you can find the potential earnings for each career, education required, and a description of each. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
I'm not an expert but I think you could get jobs with social services, or maybe be a counsellor.. Or you could just become one of they annoying people that always say "We should all love each other" but I wouldn't reccommend that.
That depends on your initiative. You could seek employment with the FBI, CIA, DHS. You could seek employment working in a Human resources department. You could be a Case manager or Case Worker for a social services agency or organization. You could be an LCDC (if you have the required hours). You co…uld be a Probation officer. Start looking around for volunteer and or internship opportunities within the type of field you would like to work in. Human Relations degrees will typically combine Psychology, Sociology and Criminology. ( Full Answer )
With a college degree in nutrition you can become a professional nutritionist. A nutritionist is an invaluable profession in which you consult, counsel, and guide those wishing to life a healthier lifestyle.
A graduate with a bachelor's degree in technical management has many choices of jobs including project management, health information management, accounting, entrepreneurship, sales and marketing, e-commerce, finance, human resources management, operations and security management, or law enforcement…. ( Full Answer )
While any degree will open up more doors of opportunity, the jobs available depends on which field you have the associates degree in. If you are taking an associates as a terminal degree, then you should look into the associates of applied science degree (AAS). The AAS degree is designed as a two ye…ar program of study which gives the student all the expertise necessary - in a specific field - to enter the workforce immediately after completion. ( Full Answer )
There are many possibilities with many specialties to include the following. Ambulatory care nurses Critical care nurses Emergency, or trauma, nurses Transport nurses Holistic nurses Hospice and palliative care nurses Infusion nurses Long- term care nurses Medical-surgical nurses … Occupational health nurses Perianesthesia nurses Perioperative nurses Psychiatric-mental health nurses Radiology nurses Transplant nurses Intellectual and developmental disabilities nurses Diabetes management nurses HIV/AIDS nurses Oncology nurses Wound, ostomy, and continence nurses Cardiovascular nurses Dermatology nurses Gastroenterology nurses Gynecology nurses Nephrology nurses Neuroscience nurses Ophthalmic nurses Orthopedic nurses Otorhinolaryngology nurses Respiratory nurses Urology nurses neonatal nurses Nurse practitioners (minimum requirement of a master's degree) Forensics nurses Infection control nurses Nurse administrators Legal nurse Nurse informaticists ( Full Answer )
Nursing Specialties The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular nursing specialties. Some specialties in nursing are as follows. Ambulatory care nurses Critical care nurses Emergency, or trauma, nurses Transport nurses Holistic nurses Hos…pice and palliative care nurses Infusion nurses Long- term care nurses Medical-surgical nurses Occupational health nurses Perianesthesia nurses Perioperative nurses Psychiatric-mental health nurses Radiology nurses Transplant nurses Intellectual and developmental disabilities nurses Diabetes management nurses HIV/AIDS nurses Oncology nurses Wound, ostomy, and continence nurses Cardiovascular nurses Dermatology nurses Gastroenterology nurses Gynecology nurses Nephrology nurses Neuroscience nurses Ophthalmic nurses Orthopedic nurses Otorhinolaryngology nurses Respiratory nurses Urology nurses neonatal nurses Nurse practitioners (minimum requirement of a master's degree) Forensics nurses Infection control nurses Nurse administrators Legal nurse Nurse informaticists Registered nurses (RNs), regardless of specialty or work setting, treat patients, educate patients and the public about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients' family members. RNs record patients' medical histories and symptoms, help perform diagnostic tests and analyze results, operate medical machinery, administer treatment and medications, and help with patient follow-up and rehabilitation. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated at the bottom of this answer box. ( Full Answer )
A medical technologist, researcher, laboratory inspector, pharmacuetical sales, laboratory equipment and reagent sales and repair. You can become histocompatibilty specialist, a phlebotomy teacher. There is many things to do if you just look and try!
You could be a teacher in America teaching German or you could get a job in Germany. But there aren't many things you can do with a degree in language. :)
The only jobs that might REQUIRE a degree in poetry might be college professor teaching poetry classes, but to be frank, a poetry degree would be particularly unhelpful in obtaining useful employment. Do not get degrees in literature, poetry, or other liberal arts subjects with the idea that thes…e degrees will land you a job. They frequently will not. These are excellent and worthwhile subjects to study, for your own personal interest or as part of a generalized education, but don't go into a lot of debt to get them. ( Full Answer )
It is possible for people coming from many backgrounds to become paralegal professionals. Some two year schools offer associates degrees in the area of paralegal studies. Many pre- law students, who have obtained a bachelor's degree work as paralegals while awaiting acceptance to law school. Liberal… arts degrees with a pre-law concentration provide adequate qualifications for an aspiring paralegal. ( Full Answer )
Studying film making in school will just give you the basics on a very limited scale. Typically, when you graduate from college or a film school, you still have to start at the bottom of the ladder. This may be getting a low paying job as a Production Assistant on low end video shoots. One of the… most important things you'll need to do is make connections. It's also one of the hardest. I recommend you find a local chapter of the film community and join these organizations. You'll meet others who are enthusiastic about film making and may pick up some jobs there. Be prepared to do some work for free but look at it as continuing education on a real film set. Take every job you can and soon you'll find yourself working. Learn as much as you can about each position. The kind of jobs you can get with a film degree depends on what you want to do. The degree won't get you any jobs. But it will teach you the basics. The rest is up to you. ( Full Answer )
counselor at a residential, psyc. hospital, non proffit community services,suicide prevention centers abused women groups and centers family counseling
A BA in counseling will not get you a counseling job. To do that you need to have a a MA and go through the internship/license for a Marriage, Child, and Family counselor. To be a high school counselor also requires a MA and internship. The best a BA in counseling will get you is a job in a group ho…me or detention center. I would suggest if you are interested in working with children/teens that you might think about a BA and teaching credential and then do for a school counseling MA. The experience in the classroom will help you understand what happens within the classroom makeup and how to help children/teens better. But, by itself the counseling BA will not get you much. Think wider and deeper. ( Full Answer )
There are different careers that are available with a degree in gerontology. One of the most common jobs would be in a adult care home or even in the medical field.
There are a variety of jobs that are available to individuals who have graduated with an MBA. Marketing manager, human resources specialist, financial manager, and IT manager, for example, are good jobs available to these individuals.
The following jobs require a degree in marketing: Marketing Manager, product manager, sales manager, advertising manager, brand management, general management.