Loc: United States
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>III. Requirements:<br> <br>Associate Degree in graphic design or related art field. B.A or B.S. a plus.<br>Minimum 2 years graphic design as demonstrated by a design portfolio.<br>Experience working on HTML code preferred.<br>Physical ability to lift and carry minimum of 40 pounds infrequently.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Ummm...anyone care to guess what it's 40 pounds *of*...? <br><br>
Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
Speaking of entry level, if any of you were trying to get OUT of a position that you know you'd never want to do again, like say, DRAFTING. And all you had was a Assoc Deg in DRAFTING. What would you do?<br><br>Are there entry level jobs where they'll teach you what you need to know, then once your there, learn more either on your own or through training?<br><br>Like right now, I know I don't want another drafting job in where you're basically on a production line.<br><br>Like here, it's basically, "here, trace this job. When that's done, fix these changes on this one, this one, this one and that one. When all that's done, come see me and i'll give you more."<br><br>So anyway, i could see myself doing a number of different jobs, programming, (even though i've never even written an applescript), tech support (i'm always helping people out with their computer problems, although i'd never be able to be the one to actually take apart a computer to fix it, physically. I could TELL someone else how.)<br><br>Any first steps i should take?<br><br>
Right Michael <br>Thats pretty much the same crap I see in help ads here.<br><br>Another bafoey thing is;<br>Take my position that I been doing for 28 years - A new applicant now is required to have a engineering degree with 5 years experience - wtf thats bull shiit this position absolutely does NO engineering calculations what so ever - I only need to understand engineering principal and practices, which is common sense really. So why ask for a degree I don't know.<br><br>
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