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  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Todd
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    That is really a waste of her nutritionist course. But there are many who end up like this. I think she should still try and search for a job according to her course side by side.


    She told me that her seniors mostly ended up doing other jobs
    Guess its really difficult to get the related jobs for a nutrition in my country


    She can try in some fitness centers as they do demand nutritionists for providing consultation to their clients.


    Hi Asha
    as mentioned above for kalyani reply
    I dun think our fitness centers in Malaysia here actually provide nutritionist for clients
    thus she will not be able to get a job in fitness centers

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Todd
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    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    jabeen
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    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:


    Well, if there is lack of scope then I guess one have to make best use of the available job.But then the question arises, what are the factors to be considered when opting for a subject? Should a student only opt the subject according to his/her interest or should factors like the scope for employment, its usefulness in future etc also be considered?

    Thank you said by: Todd

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Ashii
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    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:


    Well, if there is lack of scope then I guess one have to make best use of the available job.But then the question arises, what are the factors to be considered when opting for a subject? Should a student only opt the subject according to his/her interest or should factors like the scope for employment, its usefulness in future etc also be considered?


    I believe the student should undergo good quality of career counselling before jumping off to any college or course. The career counselors guide you on various aspects of the scope, your aptitude towards the field and much more. Moreover I think one must consider the employment in the sector and not go for a field that has very less demand in the market.

    Live in the present :)

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    jabeen
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    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:


    Well, if there is lack of scope then I guess one have to make best use of the available job.But then the question arises, what are the factors to be considered when opting for a subject? Should a student only opt the subject according to his/her interest or should factors like the scope for employment, its usefulness in future etc also be considered?


    I believe the student should undergo good quality of career counselling before jumping off to any college or course. The career counselors guide you on various aspects of the scope, your aptitude towards the field and much more. Moreover I think one must consider the employment in the sector and not go for a field that has very less demand in the market.

    Career counselling would certainly help students a lot. However it is yet to become popular in many regions. The general trend is for the students to consult only their parents, seniors, teachers,friends etc. If they choose the subject which they cannot use in any way in future, it is really a big wastage of human resources.

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Sandhya Rani
    Basileus
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    This case is similar with my one. I didn't get the job of my choice. Thus I am now self employed here in boddunan. I feel it is better to work sitting back at home in leisure hours rather than rushing outside here and there.


    Me too...
    Am also a bit lazy now to go out for a job.
    I studied Computer Applications and Business Management. Yet, now am thinking about writing articles and starting blogs :silly:
    Entirely different from what I have studied :huh: :huh:

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Ashii
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    42 2.13k 12.1k
    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:


    Well, if there is lack of scope then I guess one have to make best use of the available job.But then the question arises, what are the factors to be considered when opting for a subject? Should a student only opt the subject according to his/her interest or should factors like the scope for employment, its usefulness in future etc also be considered?


    I believe the student should undergo good quality of career counselling before jumping off to any college or course. The career counselors guide you on various aspects of the scope, your aptitude towards the field and much more. Moreover I think one must consider the employment in the sector and not go for a field that has very less demand in the market.

    Career counselling would certainly help students a lot. However it is yet to become popular in many regions. The general trend is for the students to consult only their parents, seniors, teachers,friends etc. If they choose the subject which they cannot use in any way in future, it is really a big wastage of human resources.


    We had career counselling in our schools but just one session and we hardly knew about it much at that time. It is really beneficial as you tend to discover your real aptitudes.

    I think for your friend now she must continue with her job and expect to achieve the best in whatever she is doing. Its better to work than sit idle and waste your time.

    Live in the present :)

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    usha manohar
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    Todd, did she really try to find a job that is related to her degree??? Actually, now there are many upscale hi-end gyms opening in major cities and towns who employ young people like your friend with a degree in nutrition. She should start by making a list of such gyms, I don't where you or your friend live, but she can easily find the information. Also, major hospitals also employ people with degree in nutritions. Unless she takes efforts to find such places and potential for her degree, she will not find the right job.


    Hi Kalyani
    I dun think we have the positions for nutrition in hi-end gyms in Malaysia here
    She has been trying hard to get related job
    She told me that she will do the banking job for the mean time and she is still searching for new job


    Oh you are both from Malaysia?? I thought you were in India so I suggested that! but still, there surely will be hospitals that have use for nutritionists??
    Yes, her decision to work at the bank is reasonable now as she cannot remain jobless until she finds something of her interest, but how about Spas, I think Malayasia has a good number of Spas now to attract tourists and she may yet find something suitable for her! My best wishes to her!


    Yes we are Malaysian :)
    She is really brave to do that as she actually received a lot of critics from friends in our groups
    they are like...scorn at her :(
    Also
    I dun think our spas have suitable positions for her too :pinch:


    Well, if there is lack of scope then I guess one have to make best use of the available job.But then the question arises, what are the factors to be considered when opting for a subject? Should a student only opt the subject according to his/her interest or should factors like the scope for employment, its usefulness in future etc also be considered?


    I believe the student should undergo good quality of career counselling before jumping off to any college or course. The career counselors guide you on various aspects of the scope, your aptitude towards the field and much more. Moreover I think one must consider the employment in the sector and not go for a field that has very less demand in the market.

    Career counselling would certainly help students a lot. However it is yet to become popular in many regions. The general trend is for the students to consult only their parents, seniors, teachers,friends etc. If they choose the subject which they cannot use in any way in future, it is really a big wastage of human resources.


    There are career guidance seminars being conducted every now and then, the problem is that they are not given enough publicity .You get to see an ad in the paper and a few posters here and there.But even then they are packed to capacity.If there are more such seminars and work shops , many would benefit and the problem of under employment could be solved to a great extent ...

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    vaishnavi
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    This is unfortunate situation.

    We got a degree in one field and doing job in another.

    I suggest pl. we must try our job in same field.

    Be positive

  • Re: Nutritionist course

    by » 8 years ago


    Todd
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    3 57 301
    This is unfortunate situation.

    We got a degree in one field and doing job in another.

    I suggest pl. we must try our job in same field.


    She wanted to but couldnt get any offers in this field :pinch:

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