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12 Entry-Level Jobs with Big Earning Potential

No one ever promised you were going to graduate from college and land yourself a job as CFO. Check out the 12 entry-level jobs with big earning potential.

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  • Career Success

12 Tips for Finding a New Job…Without Losing Your Current One

Use these job tips and career guidance advice to help you look for a new job, while still keeping your current one safe.

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  • Career Success

12 Ways to Go from Job Search Runner Up to Job Search Winner

You’ll have many experiences on the road to your next job, and rejection will be one of them. Use the 12 job & self improvement tips in this article to turn rejection from a negative to a positive, and those rejection letters will turn into offer letters.

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  • Career Success

20 Tips for Great Job Interviews

Here’s some important job interview question tips and advice to help you nail that next interview.

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  • Career Success

4 Exit Strategies to Ensure Your Legacy

The time has come to say goodbye to another job. Maybe it’s by choice; maybe not. In any case, it is always good to leave a lasting impression. Here are a few ideas used by only the best of the best

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  • Career Success

5 Cliché Interview Answers That May Induce Vomiting

If you are looking to make an interviewer pull out some hair, slam a fist on the table or possibly even vomit, then look no further. Here are some sure-fire phrases to use during your interview that have been proven winners.

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  • Career Success

5 Tips For #EpicFailing Your Job Interview

Want to embarrass yourself and make sure you can only eat Ramen for the next few months? Here are five ways to make sure that happens.

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  • Career Success

Accounting and Finance Associations

List of accounting and finance associations to help you learn more about the opportunities that finance and accounting jobs will provide.

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  • Industry Insights

Answering Tough Interview Questions: What Kind of Tree Would You Be?

Of course, you could also go for the standard answer, “Oak.” Because oak trees are strong and sturdy and blah, blah, blah. We all know about an oak tree.

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  • Career Success

Behavior Interviewing: It's Not What You Know, It's What You Did

Behavioral interviewing has become a common practice used by many organizations. Here's some basic interview tips to prepare to help you ace your next behavioral interview.

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  • Career Success

Behavior-Based Interview Questions: How Prepared Are You?

What should you expect in a behavorial interview? Well, lots of questions that you may not have anticipated. Here are 25 commons behavioral interview questions (Ok, statements) that you should prepare for in advance of your next job.

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  • Resumes & Interviews

Behaviors That Strengthen Your Leadership Skills

Everyone can be a leader, regardless of title. You just need to be willing to step up. Leaders engage themselves and other employees in taking personal responsibility and delivering results beyond expectations. Organizations with engaged employees generate higher productivity, retention and bottom line earnings than other companies that lack the commitment from employees. This can in turn translate to job security and advancement opportunities.

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  • Career Success

Big Data = Big Opportunity in Your Career

More information. More work to do. Companies are collecting data at a ridiculous rate, with no end in sight.

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  • Career Success

Can I Wear a Hoodie to the Interview?

Fear not, mere mortal. You can still bring your casual, yet nerdy, professional self to the interview. Here are a few simple reminders.

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Career Journeys in the Evolving World of Work

In today's rapidly changing work environment, many people find their skills becoming obsolete. Where are you on your career journey?

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  • Career Success

Career Profile: Venture Capital

Venture capitalists arrange the financing of new businesses from nonpublic sources. See a career profile for a venture capital here.

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  • Industry Insights

Congratulations! You're Fired

Career advice: how you rebound from a job loss is largely dependent on your mental toughness.

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  • Career Success

Cover Letters Revisited in a Digital Job Market

In this age of proliferating applicant tracking systems, automated job posting systems, and company career pages, the cover letter seems to be going out of style somehow. If you keep writing them, and one of them gets read (thereby having a positive impact on your candidacy for the job), then the extra effort was more than justified.

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  • Resumes & Interviews

Developing a Career Plan: 3 Easy Steps

Developing a career plan will help you focus on what you want to do for a living, and how you can get there. Here are three steps to get started.

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Dos and Dont's For Your Interview

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Cliche, yes. Untrue, no. Review these interview etiquette points before your interview. They may seem obvious, but don’t underestimate their importance.

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  • Career Success