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Posted July 07, 2015 by

How to Make the Most of Your Internship Program

Portait of smiling young intern at office

Portait of smiling young intern at office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In today’s competitive job world, employers are enrolling employees that have mastery knowledge and proficient skills in their field. This is why young professionals are registering to a professional training program to boost their knowledge and skills proactively. Bad news is that a large proportion of students are unaware about the perks of the internship program to grow one’s career. Therefore in this article we would share perks of an internship program that help to climb the ladder of success.

Here are 5 things that you should do while consuming your time and energy in an internship opportunity. (more…)

Posted September 15, 2014 by

Are You a Recent Graduate Searching for Jobs? Keep in Touch with Contacts on the Rise

As a recent graduate searching for jobs, you never know who might be able to help you now but also in the future.  The following post shares why you should keep in touch with those contacts who are working their way up in their careers.

By Andrew Sobel, Big 4 Guest Blogger A client of mine was promoted to a very senior position in a large, Fortune-100 company. She had been the deputy in her area, and was now at the top. She told me that the day her promotion was announced in the newspapers, she got dozens of calls from


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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Leaving Your Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Exit on Good Terms

If you’re planning to leave your entry level job, make sure you do it with respect to your current employer.  In the following post, learn five tips to move on in a positive manner.

You finally decided to take the plunge and interview elsewhere. You got the offer and you kind of want to try out the new gig, but you’re not sure you want to commit. The grass might be greener… but then again it might not. You feel like it’s time to move on, but at

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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 October 22, 2013 by

Internship Finder, You Work is Done. 7 Wise Moves to Maintain a Professional Image

As an internship finder, you have now arrived at the point where your experience is over.  So, what is next?  In the following post, consider seven wise moves to maintain a professional image as you move forward in your career.

Internships are the secret ingredient to kickstarting your career. But a few miscalculated steps after your internship ends could dampen your image for years to come. Whether you loved or hated your internship, burning bridges isn’t going to do your career any favors. Take Anthony Weiner’s former intern Olivia Nuzzi, for example. While she certainly got

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Posted August 28, 2013 by

Mentors Give Valuable Career Guidance and Help You Meet Your Goals

Smiling businessman with his mentor in the background

Smiling businessman with his mentor in the background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The beginning of your career can be exciting — and terrifying. While you’re getting used to a new job and learning valuable skills, you may still have tons of questions about what you should do in the future and the best way of achieving those goals. Although you most likely won’t find a road map or fortune teller to help you answer these questions, you can find the next best thing: a mentor. Mentors can help guide you as you make important career decisions because they’ve been in your shoes, and have gained knowledge and experience by walking the path you’re on now. (more…)