well it depends...if they poor they will do low class jobs like gardeing,farming,marketing what they planted..ect. ect.....if mid class then maybe a nice job of teaching,enginer, ect. ....so as rich they have high class jobs and work as a bussniss man, a lawyer, or a iron chef(5 star chef) and many more..but those are fem..i dont know much..im from the USA
At your level of education and expertise, an entry-level job in a related field -- which is what this is-- should be a no-brainer. Your main challenge will be to convince the employer that you passionately want to be in supply chain purchasing, and that's why you're willing to start at the bottom. You may find that it's easier for you to get hired at a position slightly above entry level in the supply-chain field, where you won't be quite so over-qualified. Consider getting a professional resume that will highlight your transferrable skills. Informational interviews are a great tactic to break into a new industry. Call a few department heads at companies that you admire and ask if they will let you do an informational interview. Pepper them with questions about how they would make the transition if they were in your position. Write down everything they say. Often, these are the people who know someone who has a job opening for you, if you impress them. Best of Luck!
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First you have to understand that there are not people in which are called profilers. There is also the question about in the U.K or the U.S.A. although it is difficult in both countries, the main aspect if experience.
In the USA FBI agents don't just go and take come tests and they are in. In fact i am sure i read there are only 25 in the brearu. Most profilers will hve a degree in psychology criminology and forensics, but that is not enough. It is also vital that the agent have at least 5 years experience in which includes, rape murder etc. Even still this field is very competitive, and as staed it is not all based on qualifications. You must remember that profiling is nothing like tv shows and is a lot mor ehard work, there is books are atricles which can be found almost anywhere in which will give you more information. So if you want to reach your goal, get your degree, get your experience and make yourself noticed
A fitting job for a 13 year old girl in the summer would be dog walking. In the summer, people are too hot and lazy to get around to walk their dog, and will pay a very good price for it. Also, a thirteen year old can do baby-sitting. Most parents to babies wish they had some time alone and pay a lot an hour. A paper route is also a pretty good job. All you do is get up and throw papers at people's house. How hard can these jobs be?