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  • Etiquette Rules during Job Interviews

    February 16, 2015

    During an interview you need to mind your manners and follow an unspoken code of etiquette. This is more than your mom’s “keep your elbows off the table.” Business manners are going to be key, an interview is so much more than what you have to say – it is how you present (or sell) yourself. […]

  • Be Specific when Answering Questions

    Sometimes – or more like every time – you go for an interview, your nerves make it hard to concentrate and answer questions to the best of your ability. The important thing to remember is to really listen to the questions being asked. If the interviewer tells you they want a specific example, don’t answer […]

  • Be Honest in Job Interviews

    There is a difference between telling a story highlighting the positive to make you sound better and lying to the interviewer. It is rare for a company to not conduct reference check these days so don’t say anything that can not be verified by your boss or other references that you provide. There are many […]

  • An Accounting Career

    An accounting career could be just the thing to bring you satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment. Along with medical and health related careers, accounting professionals are among the group of professions that are projected to see a lot of growth over the next few years. Graduates of four year accountancy programs are earning 3.7% […]

  • How To Resign With Professionalism

    Congratulations! You just got an offer for a wonderful new job. There’s just one catch. You have to say good-by to your current employer. Maybe you loved your job and you face an emotional farewell. Or you maybe you hated every minute and you’ve been counting the days till you could walk out the door […]

  • 7 Criteria for Deciding Which Career Test Is Right for You

    I used to feel depressed at work, hate my boss, and was sometimes so bored that I actually fell asleep at my desk!” — career test taker If this sounds like you, then it’s probably time to consider changing jobs or careers. But before you can make your career change, you need to figure out […]

  • 5 Ways You Can be Prepared When Facing a Job Loss

    January 11, 2015

    Are rumors circulating throughout your workplace that there may be downsizing, a lay-off or merger? Are you scared and don’t know what to do? These 5 tips can help you feel more in control of your financial situation: 1. Take a long, hard look at your monthly bills. Are in up to your neck in […]