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Atmospheric and Space Scientists: Nature of Work

January 28,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Atmospheric and Space Scientists are responsible for investigating atmospheric phenomena and interpreting meteorological data gathered by surface and air stations, satellites, and radar to prepare reports and forecasts for public and other uses. Professionals of this field’s tasks also include collecting and analyzing historical climate information such as precipitation and temperature records in order to help make a prediction about future weather and climate trends. In 2008, there are 9,400 jobs that are held by Atmospheric and Space Scientists. This number does not include the individuals employed in college and university departments of meteorology or atmospheric science, physics, earth science, … (more) January 28, 2010

Aerospace Engineers: Career Overview

January 28,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Aerospace Engineers are those who create exceptional machines such as airplanes which weigh more than half a million pounds and spacecrafts that can travel at a speed more than 17,000 miles per hour. They are responsible for designing, developing and testing aircraft, spacecraft and missile systems. They are also in charge of supervising the manufacturing process of the mentioned products. When an aerospace engineer deals with airplanes he is called and Aeronautical engineer and when he deals with spacecraft he is known as an Astronautic engineer. There are various and sophisticated technologies that aerospace engineers used and these technologies are … (more) January 28, 2010

Adult Remedial Education Instructors: Nature of Job and Salary

January 28,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Teachers are vital to the cognitive development and socialization of children during their formative years. Every choice that a child makes has his or her teachers influence on it such that what the child learned early on from the first time he or she set foot in a classroom has a lot to do with the choice of career path. The success of a person can be attributed with how good his or her teacher was. According to the cliché, there will be no engineers, doctors, and presidents if there were no teachers to mold them to become one. … (more) January 28, 2010

How to become a qualified Computer and Information Systems Manager?

January 28,2010 by: Dallas Browne

The role of a computer and information systems manager does not just go around computer software and applications. Becoming a manager is not an easy task. You have to deal with various responsibilities that would call for a substantial output in order to deliver the best results. Planning, coordinating, direct research and designing the computer and other related activities are also embraced by this profession. It requires not only the knowledge of the different computer operating systems but also strong interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills. As per Bureau of Labor Statistics, job of this nature held about 264,000 posts in … (more) January 28, 2010