I've been working for mbd for over three years an i would like to know how can i get on board with the paint workers
Describe your career self to LinkedIn- what is your journey? I will start- I am a seasoned, yet skilled and powerful Data Analyst, Business Analyst, BI, Visualization and Report Developer who works in the Healthcare sector. I am also an aspiring Data Scientist going the route of college classes in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics mixed in with a Master's in Data Analysis and Master Public Health through 5 different universities. I have an increasing interest in healthcare economics and statistics in hopes to help the healthcare industry tackle what seems to be the impossible- give quality healthcare yet maximize the dollar.
I recently took a class to become a Safety Professional in the refineries and construction field. I currently hold my CSST certification, Osha 30 and field safety through Nccer. I have also done security in the refineries for close to 10 yrs but I don't have any experience in the field not do I have any trades such as Welding or pipefitting. Nobody wants to hire be because I don't have any experience. I am very knowledgeable about safety and other policies and procedures but the no experience side is really holding me back. They want me to start from the bottom which is a fire watch position. Where should I go next? Should I just keep looking or start as a fire watch to get my foot in the door?
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I have been working in the pediatric department at a clinic for about 2 years. I recently got my nursing degree and now there is a position available. One problem, my manager is trying to give the position to someone she knows and I am afraid to confront her about it. Should I look the other way and wait for another to be available? I need help!!
How do you find a new job when you've been doing the same job for 20 yrs?Enjoy what you do but know your not getting anywhere?
I currently am having trouble finding something that I would enjoy more then my current job. I feel stuck and unsure how to get out of this rut. I have had trouble getting any relevant experience since graduating college 5 years ago. Does anyone have advice on how I should go about escaping this rut?