Believe it or not, you’re in the midst of your second semester of your Senior year of college and will soon be making your entrance into the real world. This time can be particularly overwhelming for accounting students; between keeping up grades, looking for a job, and reconciling the fact that your time as an […]
There’s nothing more exciting than getting ready to graduate with a job offer in hand! But, there are a few things you need to consider before you kick your heels up and call it a day. Check out these 4 tips, which will help you prepare for your new job and set you up for […]
It’s time to put an end to the entire “Mean Girls” phenomenon that is still prevalent beyond high school – the kind that exists in the workplace. Read more for how to protect yourself and your coworkers from workplace bullying.
As the “real world” encroaches, the pressure to find a job before graduation intensifies, especially when your classmates are sharing their employment plans. Don’t fret – not everyone has a job for after graduation. Here are 6 tips to keep in mind when looking for employment.
You’ll need to demonstrate leadership skills to advance in your career, even if you’re not currently a manager (leader). So how do you do so? You exercise some coaching! Here are 5 tips for coaching a team, and yourself, to victory.
At the end of the day, it is crucial to remember what made you choose your job or profession; what drew you in is satisfaction and enjoyment. While any job at any level can be stressful, the trick is to keep the stress at a manageable level. Here are 7 tips to manage stress.
Don’t wait until you receive an interview request – start preparing now! Here are 6 tips that will help you ace an interview.
After attending a number of career fairs over the past few months, I am astonished at some of the outfit choices that were made for these events. To find out how much your outfit matters on your road to becoming a CPA, read more.
Sometimes we don’t land the dream internship we hoped for, but there are still ways to garner experience, and that is what the recruiters and firms are looking for. Here are 5 ways to get creative and start building that experience.
Your faculty advisor can be a tremendous resource for everything from career planning to preparing for your first interview. Here are 5 easy tips for building a relationship with this person!