• What is the website to look for jobs?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Desktop support role, I'm overwhelmed and don't know a way out?

    Hi, I started working in Desktop Support about 10 years ago, first job, I didn't know what it was all about, so I worked "hard" and burnt out, problems just never stopped, my health deteriorated, and people didn't appreciate it no matter how hard I worked. I quit that job and almost lost... show more
    Hi, I started working in Desktop Support about 10 years ago, first job, I didn't know what it was all about, so I worked "hard" and burnt out, problems just never stopped, my health deteriorated, and people didn't appreciate it no matter how hard I worked. I quit that job and almost lost everything, ended up in a helpdesk call center, that was hell. At first it was a small contract not that many calls, although co-workers were the type you would find at a fast food, jealousy, gossip, and one of them trying to make my life miserable, but eventually that got covered with all the calls. Again burnt out. So finally landed a job where I was the sole desktop administrator in site, no boss, so that relieved some stress, had been managing it well, but now my boss wants me to take care of a support line that supports a bunch of other sites, and at my site I'm almost like acting manager... and I just feel overwhelmed and like I can't deal with this. I don't even have enough time to open all my service tickets due to actually fixing the issues, but that means boss thinks "I'm doing nothing". And then have all the office being mad at me for one reason or another, that takes it's toll. I just feel it's a job that should be paid way more, and they expect so much more work from us than any other position. I see all the other people in the other fields just have coffee chats, be all relaxed, talk for like about an hour or more, and I just can't get a break due to all the work. Is this normal
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If I'm graduating with a B.S. in Computer Science in 3 months and realized I don't like computer programming, do you think that's pretty bad?

    Best answer: I have a BSCS and rarely coded. I worked as an integrator, system engineer, and project lead.
    Best answer: I have a BSCS and rarely coded. I worked as an integrator, system engineer, and project lead.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would I be able to get a cybersecurity job with just a cybersecurity certificate?

    If so, how much money would I make?
    If so, how much money would I make?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Unexpected/ unique jobs that require working in a big building in the city with a lot of people and dressing nicely? Please help?

    Best answer: Nothing requires you to live in a city...one can always commute.

    As for dressing nicely, that's slowly disappearing as an important issue for employers...
    Best answer: Nothing requires you to live in a city...one can always commute.

    As for dressing nicely, that's slowly disappearing as an important issue for employers...
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Could I get a job in cyber security without a Bachelors Degree?

    Best answer: Yes, you can. Cyber security is a very hot job market right now so having an AS should help you get a job working in a SOC.

    But for the higher tier positions, you should consider going back to school during your free time and getting a bachelors if you possibly can.
    Best answer: Yes, you can. Cyber security is a very hot job market right now so having an AS should help you get a job working in a SOC.

    But for the higher tier positions, you should consider going back to school during your free time and getting a bachelors if you possibly can.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do you think there's any truth to what my dad is saying, or do you think the way he's talking is dumb?

    He's a software engineer at Boeing. He's like the highest level of software engineer or whatever. So what he's told my brother and I pretty much every single day is "Boeing is the best company to work for". So I'm graduating with a Computer Science degree. So what he says is... show more
    He's a software engineer at Boeing. He's like the highest level of software engineer or whatever. So what he's told my brother and I pretty much every single day is "Boeing is the best company to work for". So I'm graduating with a Computer Science degree. So what he says is "Honeywell isn't a good company to work for, never get an IT job they're bad, data analysts jobs are bad don't try to do that, there's no company that you could work for that would be as good to work for as Boeing".@
    15 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do you get paid more if you have more experience?

    I am in college to become a biological researcher but am scared by the wages for entry level jobs. Most seem to not pay more than $2k a month before taxes.
    I am in college to become a biological researcher but am scared by the wages for entry level jobs. Most seem to not pay more than $2k a month before taxes.
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Part time/ Full time jobs?

    What are some jobs i can do from home
    What are some jobs i can do from home
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • What are high paying jobs with no degree?

    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • What do you think I should do if I'm graduating with a Computer Science degree but I find computer programming to be boring?

    Best answer: data entry is a VERY exciting field.
    Best answer: data entry is a VERY exciting field.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Will electricians ever be replaced by robots?

    Best answer: Not for the foreseeable future.
    Best answer: Not for the foreseeable future.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Are there jobs that you get to travel?

    Best answer: If you work for an airline you likely get free travel. If you work for a job that sends you from place to place then that travel is free but you are very limited on where you go (they decide).
    Best answer: If you work for an airline you likely get free travel. If you work for a job that sends you from place to place then that travel is free but you are very limited on where you go (they decide).
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • Anyone know what types of jobs are available to 20-year-olds with an Associates in Science degree?(general, non-specified science)?

    Best answer: you could join the military. they have hundreds of jobs that aren't combat or infantry related. though you don't always get to pick the job you want, it depends if you qualify for it via the ASVAB, if it's open, and other requirements needed, like security clearances. otherwise, look at job board... show more
    Best answer: you could join the military. they have hundreds of jobs that aren't combat or infantry related. though you don't always get to pick the job you want, it depends if you qualify for it via the ASVAB, if it's open, and other requirements needed, like security clearances.

    otherwise, look at job board sites like indeed.com and glassdoor.com.

    here's an article i found on google among many with a list of potential jobs with just associate degrees.

    https://www.geteducated.com/careers/high...
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Any military mechanic jobs that have a chance to see combat?

    Best answer: Generally speaking, you wouldn't be quite at the front, but mechanics fix stuff that breaks...which can happen on a front. That being said, the likelihood of actually seeing combat would be slim to none.
    Best answer: Generally speaking, you wouldn't be quite at the front, but mechanics fix stuff that breaks...which can happen on a front. That being said, the likelihood of actually seeing combat would be slim to none.
    4 answers · 3 months ago