Which Kind Of Accounting Is Right For You?

There are four major kinds of accountants: public accountants, government accountants, internal accountants, and management accountants. Oftentimes they can be certified in more than one field, and switching is common. Public Accounting Public accountants work for...

The Places Sales Can Take You

Sales takes hunger. Nobody is in sales just because they need a job. The details may vary, but the bottom line is always the same: the bottom line. Still, it's not restricted to fast-talking...

Sales: Is It For Me?

I asked myself the question: Why do people get into sales? What characteristics do they have that sets them apart? And I thought that it might be an interesting exercise for anyone contemplating sales...

How much of a Millennial are you – and what does that mean?

"Millennial" wasn't a word you heard all that often just a few years ago. Less and less often referred to as Generation Y, Millennials are the group of young people born between the early...

What Comes After Sarbanes Oxley?

The Sarbanes Oxley Act was passed in 2002 to curb accounting abuses that led to the bankruptcy and financial ruin of several major companies, and the loss of billions of dollars to investors who...

Think Outside the Design Box: Alternative Careers in Engineering

If you're working on your engineering degree, you probably have one thing in mind: design, design, design. And while an engineering degree gives you the tools to do just that, it can also give...

Top 5 Places for Seasonal Employment

Seasonal jobs are great part-time jobs, second jobs, or jobs during a school break. Don't know where to look for a seasonal job? Try looking in your local newspaper or online for jobs at...

America’s 10 Most Dangerous Jobs

They help us build our houses and feed our families. They deliver our packages and take away our trash, and when we need a ride, they're there to whisk us away. And they're risking their...

How to Break Into Selling & Marketing Pharmaceuticals

The pathway into this job is a difficult one to get on, but you can manage if you are prepared. We've pulled together a Q&A series to help answer those common questions many of...

A Q&A for Fashion Designers

Pam Zuckerman has been helping to launch the careers of young fashion designers for more than 16 years as director of the career services office at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology. Here, she...

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