Computer science degree programs can be pretty competitive when you get a bunch of smart students stuffed into a single classroom or lecture hall. And the high level of qualified students works to further push all of the other students to work harder, learn more and thrive.
The classes aren’t easy (at least not for most students), but if students can make it to the finish line (graduation), they will typically be rewarded with a pretty good job offer and a lifetime of interesting work and endless potential career advancement.
You could enroll at a large state university in your city or a private college. The best schools typically have the best students and the best reputation, but are the hardest to get into and may cost the most as well. You just have to decide which school is right for your situation.
In the business field, human resources professionals are becoming more valued by employers as businesses are realizing just how important it is to hire the right person and not hire the wrong person. Human resources managers seek out, interview and hire new employees as well as help get rid of any employees that are either really poor workers or are a detriment to the workplace. More about this field.
But if you’re looking for a position in the healthcare industry that doesn’t require much time spent training in school, look into massage therapy. Massage therapists typically can get started working in well under a year from enrolling in their first class. While they have to either be registered or licensed in the state they want to work in, the requirement is usually fairly easy to obtain. The training classes are structured so that the student can learn what they need to learn and start working as soon as possible.