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    New Job Survival Guide: A Student's Guide to Landing on Your Feet

    by Monette Anderson | Aug 25, 2016
    With many graduates starting at firms this fall, I wanted to put together some quick tips to make sure you have a smooth transition at your new gig. Here’s what you can do to ensure that you are welcomed into the fold and make the most of your new professional experience.
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  • AICPA and NAF’s Academy of Finance Expand Program to Draw Talent to Accounting Profession

    by AICPA | Jul 19, 2016
    AICPA and NAF announced the launch of a high school program aimed at increasing and diversifying the pipeline of talented students who enter the accounting profession. The program will teach students technical accounting and finance skills, as well as soft skills like leadership, communication, and time management
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  • What You Need to Know About Your First Job Search

    by Paul McDonald, Robert Half | May 12, 2016
    U.S. employers pulled back on hiring in April, adding just 160,000 jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This was below what most analysts had expected. The BLS also noted that job gains for February and Marchwere 19,000 less than previously reported. Taking the adjustments into account, employers have added 769,000 positions since the start of the year, for an average of 192,000 jobs per month in 2016. That compares to 205,000 jobs per month, on average, at this time last year.
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  • Hitting the Books for the New CPA Exam? Read This First

    by Monette Anderson | May 12, 2016
    You've probably heard by now that some major changes are coming to the CPA exam. Before you hit the books, here's what you need to know.
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  • Setting Professional Goals for 2016

    by Monette Anderson | Jan 13, 2016
    This year when you sit down to think about your personal resolutions, do you plan on spending any time setting your professional goals? You may be mentally checking this off if you do this as part of your company’s annual performance appraisal, but put down that imaginary red pen and really think about it...
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