Be Present at Work (Even When Your Mind is Elsewhere…)

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No professional lives solely at the office. Everyone has personal responsibilities and challenges, and issues outside of the workplace can make it difficult to focus when you clock in for your shift. However, when you aren’t fully present, the quality of your work suffers, and your level of productivity falls. Learning how to quiet your… Read more »

Stop Wasting Holiday Money on a Job Search!

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Conducting a job search isn’t just stressful; it can also be expensive. Buying interview clothing and traveling to interviews can be additional costs that are hard to afford, especially if you are looking for a new opportunity because you are unemployed or are fighting with a tight budget. Luckily, there are things you can do… Read more »

Not All Skills Are Transferable Skills…

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When you are working your way up the career ladder, it’s easy to assume the skills that got you to where you are will be the ones to carry you forward. However, at certain transition points, some of your core competencies don’t provide the same level of value. If your career has stagnated, focusing on… Read more »

Uncover Your Career Passion – And Give Back to the CNY Community!

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Typically, people initially select a career path based on what they believe they will enjoy. It isn’t uncommon for young adults to have limited (if any) experience in a field when they begin pursuing it, either as a college major or potential profession, and most don’t get it right the first time. Often, the best… Read more »

Could Your Resume Impress Google?

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Those who apply to companies like Google understand they need to stand out if they are going to land a coveted position. However, when what separates you from the crowd is the mistakes and errors in your resume, your chances of being offered the job diminish quickly. Even if you have no intention of applying… Read more »

Don’t Be Frightened, Introverts! Your Interview Isn’t Scary

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For people who consider themselves to be introverts, the idea of sharing details about yourself, even in a professional context, can be incredibly intimidating. Add to the fact you are typically meeting a hiring manager for the first time when you come in for an interview, and the task seems even more daunting. However, just… Read more »

Tired of Looking for Accounting Work? Use These Tips to Motivate Yourself!

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Let’s face facts; a job search can be rough. Maybe it’s taking you longer to find great accounting work than you thought or you just aren’t seeing the ideal opportunity. Regardless of the reason, as your job search continues on, it’s harder to stay motivated. Luckily, if your accounting job search has left you feeling… Read more »

Questions You Can’t Leave Out in Your Administrative Interview

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At the end of practically every administrative interview, you’re going to face a daunting question: “Do you have any questions for me?” Many job seekers struggle when it’s their turn to ask the hiring manager questions, largely because they are unprepared. Instead of saying you don’t have anything to ask (which can actually hurt your… Read more »

Ready to Make a Big Career Change? Here’s How to Switch Industries Expertly

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Sometimes, when you aren’t satisfied with your current role, you need more than just a new job; you need to change careers. But breaking into a different industry can be a challenge, especially if you are venturing into completely new territory. One of the keys to managing a big career shift is to get your… Read more »

Miserable at Your Finance Job? This Might Be Why…

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Nearly every professional is sometimes dissatisfied with their job. But, if you spend your entire Sunday dreading the approaching workday, feel sick or anxious when you head into the office, or are so unhappy that it’s affecting other aspects of your life, it may be time for a change. If you are miserable at your… Read more »

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