The big question that arises after completing a 3-year Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree: What is next?

I’ve seen many people suffering a lot for job after BCom completion. Even they do get jobs but then there is salary issue while some do not get the desired designations.

Any suggestions if this could be minimized by any certifications or courses?
Which certifications or courses can one apply for?

I graduated with a bachelor’s in computer science and have been looking for a job in the field for around two years. I realize that there are others in the same boat, but I am wondering what my next steps should be. I went for a certification program in web development around a year ago and still have had no luck in my search. So my question is should I go back to school for my MS or should I attempt a certification program? If so where is a good place to study in NYC?

Our department make a lot of attendance certificates, for events we run, and we waste a lot of work typing attendance lists and sending them by email. Most of the public are students are from my institution, and we can get a list of names and email address. We make about 1.500 certificates by year.

We are thinking about using a event system, but I’m having trouble to find one that makes certificates and don’t cost thousand of dollars.

Anyone have a suggestion? A better solution?

Our department make a lot of attendance certificates, for events we run, and we waste a lot of work typing attendance lists and sending them by email. Most of the public are students are from my institution, and we can get a list of names and email address. We make about 1.500 certificates by year.

We are thinking about using a event system, but I’m having trouble to find one that makes certificates and don’t cost thousand of dollars.

Anyone have a suggestion? A better solution?

The question is self-explanatory actually.

Should I attend Seminars/Conferences that give Certificates upon achieving some number of attendance? And do they have any worth if I/ to put them in my CV?

I’m an undergraduate student currently in Electrical-Electronical Engineering program and every week there are seminars carried out by University/Department and varius events carried out by various clubs. Some of them give certificate upon attandance and some of them require attending the seminar for some number of sessions for certification but I’m not sure if those certificate have any value at all and I want to know if it’s worth ditching relaxing after week of lectures for some certificate that can be obtained by literally every single human being that walks in to the hall.

Thanks in advance.

I have just gotten a 2.5 year postdoctoral fellowship (philosophy) to do my own research project at a University (I am connected to a relevant research group and professor, but basically the project is my own and I have secured funding for stays abroad). My department is now offering me to also take a University Teaching Certificate (200 hours spread over 1 1/2 year). After completing my PhD I was teaching as an adjunct for 2 semesters, so I have teaching experience (designed my own courses etc), but not an official paper on it.
My friends in academia tells me I should go for it, and some even say I should ask for more teaching and try to get my department to change my title to “assistent professor”.
I, however, am thrilled to look forward to 2 1/2 years with just doing research and getting some more publications done. I only have a couple really good ones at the moment (I have two small kids, so time is limited already). Also, the job market here is not very good at the moment, so I don’t think there is any chance I will stay at this university anyway, and all though I would prefer to stay in academia, I have to be prepared to look for jobs other places when my contract ends. I might also have to leave my country, if I really want a tenure-track job, and then I wonder if the teaching certificate will be considered legitimate anyway.

After I graduated university in an unrelated field, I decided I want to learn a couple of math subjects. So I’ve gathered the interned resources I could find and I studied them on my own. I’ve been doing this in order to increase my chances of being accepted to a masters program that would require these as prerequisites.

But how am I to prove in my application that I’ve been learning these subjects through self study? If it were coding, I could have provided some github projects, but regarding mathematics I find it hard to find some meaningful way to attest that you’ve covered some area unless you’ve taken a university degree in that field.

I’m currently a High School student that is looking at my options after school. I plan on joining the workforce in an IT field, and eventually, want to work in software development/engineering.

I have been certain for a while that I would go and do a computer science bachelors, but I’m not 100% sure I can get the ATAR score to do so. The most important thing for me is the potential for salary growth, for example as a leader of a software development team.

An alternative for me is the completion of a Certificate 4 in Information Technology at opencolleges. I’m unsure of what is more valued in the Australian job market, particularly in regards to the worth of money and time.

Thankyou