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Posted April 30, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Worried about Losing Your Recent Graduate Jobs? Here is What You Can Do

Young professionals who hear about their recent graduate jobs being at risk should take a look at the following post to learn what they can do in this situation.

By Michael VanBruaene, Big4.com Guest Blogger When you see and sense that you may be terminated in the near future, there are actions you can take to prepare for the termination and position yourself to successfully move forward.  It’s important that you have a mind-set that positions you to be effective

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Posted November 27, 2013 by

Beginning Entry Level Jobs? Remember 7 Rules to Create Meaningful Professional Relationships: 3rd Rule

When networking on your entry level jobs, are you developing relationships that mean something to your career?  If not, the following post shares the third of seven rules to help you create meaningful, professional relationships.

By Michael Moshiri, Founder ofBig 4 Confidential There’s no doubt that your professional relationships have the potential to help you accomplish your goals, achieve remarkable professional growth, and advance quickly in your firm. But most people fail to unleash the full extent of that potential because they refuse to take their relationships beyond purely professional connections. In fact, most people

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Posted November 08, 2013 by

Beginning Entry Level Jobs? Remember 7 Rules to Create Meaningful Professional Relationships: 2nd Rule

When networking on your entry level jobs, are you developing relationships that mean something to your career?  If not, the following post shares the second of seven rules to help you create meaningful, professional relationships.

By Michael Moshiri, Founder of Big 4 Confidential Professional relationships have the potential to help you improve your performance, achieve remarkable professional growth, and advance quickly in your firm. But very few relationships ever live up to this tremendous potential because of a common error many professionals make: waiting for the other person to

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Posted October 16, 2013 by

Beginning Entry Level Jobs? Remember 7 Rules to Create Meaningful Professional Relationships: 1st Rule

When networking on your entry level jobs, are you developing relationships that mean something to your career?  If not, the following post shares the first of seven rules to help you create meaningful, professional relationships.

By Michael Moshiri, Founder of Big 4 Confidential There’s no doubt that the right professional relationships can help you improve your performance, achieve remarkable professional growth, and advance in your firm. But many professionals never experience these benefits because of a simple mistake: they fail to focus their time and efforts on the right relationships. Given the limited amount

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Posted January 04, 2013 by

The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions #3 & # 4

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post offers the third and fourth predictions on how student enrollment will change in the future for colleges and universities.

Prediction # 3: The range of programs and teaching channels for universities will increase to include more offline and professional programs as well as auxiliary services.

We hear a great deal about endangered programs. Philosophy, history and language programs are shutting down due to the lack of students and financial resources. In contrast, I believe that universities will actually offer more, not fewer, services and programs, in more teaching formats, length and channels in the future. Universities will strive to find additional revenue sources. Executive training programs will be just one of many examples. Colleges will want to build a continued relationship with alumni exceeding current alumni fundraising focused activities.

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The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions #3 & # 4