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Posted September 09, 2014 by

Will You Find an Internship that Leads to a New Job Opportunity?

What are the chances that you find an internship that will turn into a new job?  The following post features an infographic that may tell you.

According to a study by NACE, internship to job conversion has risen to 51.2 percent. So, your internship is more likely to turn into a full-time job now, right? Well, maybe. This interactive infographic depicts data from a new LinkedIn study about the correlation between students who do internships and how often those internships turn into full-time jobs

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Posted August 28, 2014 by

Finding Entry Level Jobs with Job Titles You Don’t Understand? How to Find Out What They Actually Mean

When looking at entry level jobs, you may find some job titles that are hard to understand.  In the following post, learn how to get the meaning of these creative titles.

Accounting ninja. Conversation architect. Social media unicorn. What in the world are employers thinking with these job titles? The reality is that employers are getting more creative with their hiring processes. Whether it’s asking job seekers to jump through hoops during the application process or simply listing an opening with an outrageous title, understanding what

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Posted August 14, 2014 by

9 Entry Level Jobs in Finance with High Salaries

The following post shares nine entry level jobs in finance with high paying salaries.

Less emphasis may be on pay these days – with banks instead preaching culture and commitment – but most junior roles pay much more than equivalent positions in other industries. Here are some of the best high paying entry level roles in…

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Posted July 09, 2014 by

The Best Paying Wall Street Jobs & How to Make It There

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As a college graduate there are good chances that you must have dreamt of flying in private jets, cruising around the world in your own private yachts and dining out at some of the best restaurants like Noma. But all the good things in life come for a price, and to pay that price you have to have a well paying job (unless you have inherited a goldmine from your father). Wall Street has helped create many rags to riches stories. Here are some Wall Street jobs which can help you translate your dreams into reality with general career advice to make it there. (more…)

Posted July 07, 2014 by

How to Turn Your College Job into a Career

Coach watching a batter about to hit

Coach watching a batter about to hit. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Do you know what you want to be when you grow up? Plenty of grown-ups don’t know the answer to that question. College offers a series of different majors, but the career paths that stem from them aren’t always clear. If you major in education, you might feel like you have to be a teacher. If you major in pre-med, you might feel like you have to be a doctor. The truth is, you don’t.

A million shades of gray exist in the wild world of employment. A person with an education major could end up landing a job as a writer or editor in their field of expertise. A person with a pre-med major might decide to skip med school and take a position as a research assistant or lab technologist. (more…)

Posted May 20, 2014 by

Work Experience Essential to College Students Looking for Jobs in Accounting and Finance

If you are a college student who wants a job in accounting or finance, make sure you have some work experience under your belt.

According to a new survey from Accountemps, 83% of chief financial officers (CFOs) interviewed said it is important for students to gain work experience in the field during their college years if they are hoping to compete for entry-level accounting and finance positions upon graduation. (more…)

Posted April 01, 2014 by

Graduated with a Business Degree and Looking for Entry Level Jobs? Some Positions to Consider

If you have earned a business degree and are searching for entry level jobs, there are positions in the following post that you might want to consider.

Finding entry level jobs is tough. Options are limited and applicants are many. However, business graduates are lucky to have skills that they can apply to a variety of entry level jobs. If you have good communication and…

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Posted March 11, 2014 by

The Five Best Entry Level Finance Jobs for Finance Majors

Young female accountant smiling while calculating bills

Young female accountant smiling while calculating bills. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you’re looking for a career change or you’re fresh out of college with a finance degree in hand, you have a range of potential careers in front of you. Landing that ideal job, however, is a challenge, and you may wonder where to start looking. As such, here are some of the top entry level finance jobs for 2014. (more…)

Posted March 05, 2014 by

The Interview for Your Entry Level Job is Over. Now What?

If you’re having a tough time waiting on an answer following an interview for an entry level job, the following post suggests how to make the best of this time.

The interview itself went well. You’ve talked about your strengths, your weaknesses, how much you’ve always had a passion for (insert job type here) and attempted a joke about the interviewer’s lack of sleep. (There’s a photo of a baby on her desk.) Now comes the hard part…

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Posted December 16, 2013 by

Looking for Entry Level Jobs in Accounting and Finance for 2014? Part 2

Are you about to graduate from college, and start searching for entry level jobs in accounting or finance?  If so, part two of the following post lists some opportunities you might be interested in.

This is the second in our three-part series on entry-level finance and accounting jobs to consider for recent or soon-to-be graduates with 4-year accounting or finance degrees. In part one, we covered entry-level jobs in the…

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