Gears with Advice and Guidance words


  • What can I do with a psychology degree?
    by /u/throwthelifeaway00 on December 2, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    What type of jobs would I be able to get? The only experience I really have is retail (from over a decade ago) and healthcare. I want an actual career but I don’t know where to start with this degree. Anything psychology related seems to require a masters degree & I’m not going back lol […]

  • Should I wait or should I go?
    by /u/Insight116141 on December 2, 2022 at 1:12 pm

    In my 7 years of working in current role, I never said anything about promotion. I had career growth discussion but it was never spelled out "I want a promotion". I assumed it will eventually come to me. Until this year when I realize it has been 7 years and this is ridiculous. So I had straight […]

  • Hearing horror stories from former employees..should i take up an internal transfer that involves relocation ?
    by /u/currycooker87 on December 2, 2022 at 1:08 pm

    I live in the mid west heading the operations of a mid size retailer and I'm a star performer who has exceeded every possible metric in my organization. I have full autonomy in my current role and the operation is running on auto pilot. The big wigs of my organization live in the west cost where […]

  • How would you respond to a boss who passed you for promotion and gossips about it later?
    by /u/Sherry2021 on December 2, 2022 at 1:08 pm

    Boss passed me for promotion and later gossips to former colleague about it In July i applied to a manager role at my company that I’ve been with 6 years. My boss said it was going to take her a few months to make a decision on the role. In September I interviewed with the president and then […]

  • Major career change later in life?
    by /u/Charizard1020 on December 2, 2022 at 1:06 pm

    Anyone here make a major career change later in life? After 35? Would love to hear some stories. submitted by /u/Charizard1020 [link] [comments]

  • what would you do at a new job that only takes 2 hours a day to really finish the work?
    by /u/thesocialmediadetox on December 2, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    My new job has this unwritten rule that no one works that hard. I'm at a new job after being a teacher for 5 years. I am so excited to be out of teaching. The new job I work is a nonprofit but pays well, more then I made teaching. I get to work from home too which was a surprise on day 1. I'm not […]

  • Question?
    by /u/Few_Candy_1499 on December 2, 2022 at 12:25 pm

    Any advice. Hi i am 20m college dropout from india. I need some advice on wht jobs should i do or wht line of work should i get into where ill make enough money to sustain myself for now and where there is future n growth so ill be able to make enough money for my family? submitted by […]

  • Based on my qualifications and experience, can I work in engineering industry?
    by /u/ConfuseKouhai on December 2, 2022 at 11:27 am

    I graduated from Japan’s university with master degree in mechanical engineering. After graduated, I worked as a NPI engineer for 6 months then I changed my job to Japanese speaker customer service. Reason is I got offered double salary than engineer position and I need the money to move to the […]

  • How do I handle getting downgraded for my performance review?
    by /u/Laursen23 on December 2, 2022 at 11:18 am

    Hello, It's that time of year - performance review time...I've been a Manager for 10+ years, but yesterday I was told by my boss that I'm no longer in our bonus program for high performers. People have to be told prior to a certain date, otherwise they'll see it in the system and finding out that […]

  • What are some career options in CS that doesn't involve a lot of coding?
    by /u/tinicko on December 2, 2022 at 11:16 am

    I'm a freshman in CS and even though I don't have much experience and practice in coding yet, I feel like I'm not gonna enjoy coding and most probably am not gonna be a programmer. I was wondering if there are other options for me to do in CS that doesn't have a lot of programming. I find the […]

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