Bachelor's degree

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  • Bachelor's Degree Benefits

    Without a bachelor’s degree, for instance, it would make it tougher for job seekers to find their dream jobs. According to Matt Sigelman, CEO of Burning Glass Technologies, “employers appear to be using a bachelor’s degree as a rough, rule of thumb screening system to recruit better workers.” Technology has evolved so much that jobs, that were considered unskilled labor, are now based in the employee’s use of technology. For example, janitorial workers now have a company email account. Their schedules and time sheets, upcoming events, changes to the company’s privacy and employee policies, are all found online. This standard of technology was not in full practice of employees twenty years ago. In order to catch up, or stay employed, job candidates…

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  • Bachelor's Degree Competency

    Associate and diploma competency vs Bachelor’s degree competency Stephanie Earl Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V 10/30/16 Associate’s Degree Competency versus Bachelor’s Degree Competency Hospitals are now requiring their nurses to have a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing and this is becoming very controversial in the field. Nurse competency is measured by the NCLEX-RN (National Council exam for Registered Nurse) licensure exam. This exam is testing for minimal competency for the nurse to work…

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  • Achieving A Bachelor's Degree In Psychology

    According to the website some jobs offered for a person with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology are case management, career counselor, rehabilitation specialist, and psychiatric technician; none of which I really wanted to do. This told me I would have to be in school longer than four years, but how long; is what I was curious to know. So, I looked some more. Not until I achieve at least a Master’s degree will I be able to actually help people like I want. Then the only job offered…

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  • Choosing To Gain A Bachelor's Degree In Education

    From a young age, children in the United States are put in school and generally stop schooling in their early adulthood years. Learning for these children starts out as a confusing puzzle of information; teachers are the missing puzzle piece that brings together the information to assist students. Choosing to become a teacher means that an individual wants to be in a profession where having a role in broadening and educating children 's lives outweighs the challenges that may occur. To attain…

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  • Essay On Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree Career

    When looking for a career it is important to look for possibilities. One of my academic goals is to continue pursuing a graduate degree after earning my bachelor’s degree. However, I never really thought about a career that I can do with a bachelor’s in psychology. That being said, one job that crossed my mind was being a preschool teacher. Although, a bachelor’s degree is not really required it is recommended. A graduate degree career that I always thought about pursuing is a forensic…

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  • Bachelor's Of Science Degree In Nursing

    Should the Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) be the entry-level of education for the Registered Nurse (RN) title? This seems like a recent hot topic and highly debated issue, but it was the American Nurses Association (ANA) recommendation 45 years ago. Due to the increasing shortage of nurses that began over a decade ago, as well as an aging population, interest in phasing out two-year nursing degrees has faded. In 2012 it was estimated that there were 43.1 million people over the…

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  • My Bachelor's Degree: Personal Statement

    James. Mr. James took me under his wing, trained, and believed in me. I began to see life in different light and developed important life skills such as crucial confrontation, identifying and learning the values of a good relationship, and how to work well with others and as part of a team. This experience was immensely responsible for both my personal and professional development. I became highly motivated for success and worked on career and life goals. I decided that I wanted to become a…

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  • I Want To Pursue A Bachelor's Degree

    To become a doctor in the US there are four rigorous steps. Step one: earning a Bachelor’s Degree which entails four years of college studying your specific field. Earning a Bachelor’s degree in an area that is most likely required for most medical schools is difficult. Imagine a list of what you think are the hardest areas to get a Bachelor’s degree in. Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Anatomy, Biology, Physics, and Calculus. Were any of those on your list? Most medical schools require a degree in…

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  • Reflective Essay On Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree

    Pursuing a career in psychology with a Bachelor’s degree, will most likely not achieve my desired goal. However, it will get me close enough to feed into my desire goal, and that is working with people on a personal level while having the ability to aid them to personal growth. Traits Currently, the traits I possess from Davis, (2014) review table, on (p. 25) which will enhance my marketability are honesty/integrity. I did not learn this in my childhood; these personality traits are part of a…

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  • Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree In My Student Career

    just to name a few. I always came back to one profession though. I wanted to be a teacher. Each year in elementary school, I always wanted to teach the grad I had just completed due to the amazing year I had before. I have had many influences, such as family and experiences that encouraged and solidified my desire to teach. They have shaped me into who I am today and what I stand for. My mother’s side of the family are primarily teachers. My grandfather is now a retired teacher, principal,…

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