I've completed my Associate of Art's degree, and plan on continuing on with my bachelors degree ...but what sort of jobs can I get with just the AA as of now?
My GCSE results are likely to be s***, i'm expecting 4As, 5Bs and 1C. So as a back up alternative, what jobs could I get with Emirates airline for example; other than being a pilot
I would like to get some sort of bachelors degree in business, but what are some jobs I could get from this?
I will have my associates degree in business admin. in march before transferring from community college to a 4 year school. I would love to start gaining experience now (while gaining some money, cause i'm broke ;) ). Can someone inform me?
Job with my associates degree, then while I have my job go back to school and work towards my bachelors degree?
I know it's best to get a Masters in HR management or Business Administration. I want to know what entry level experience do I need? I want to specialize in benefits/compensation in the HR Office. Payroll? Bookkeeping? Idk what entry level job
would give me the experience I need in HR.
Which career choice is the most profitable? Which career can you become/start your own business from. I read that you have to be certified to become a bookkeeper, but how about the others? Can anyone give me as much advice about this as possible. I do not want to waste time at pursuing the wrong career. I am getting confused while researching these careers online.
Thanks sooo much!
I am a senior accounting major and will receive my bachelors degree in the summer if i can take a class. i have very little work experience, almost an embarrassing amount in my opinion. i did some volunteer work with the mentally ill back in 06' and worked as a cashier for a barbershop that my brother owns for around 18 months, just left that in December (am i even allowed to put this on my resume since i'm not technically supposed to put family as references which i would have to since he was my boss?).
i have had ZERO luck in finding an internship in my field of study and am getting very frustrated to be honest. i want to work for just about anyone and anywhere as long as there's a career path there.
i wanted to know all the fields that i could apply for. for example; i could apply for accounting industry, finance, assurance, maybe marketing, i think financial adviser.
let me know if there are any more fields that would take someone with my degree.
i don't care if its an unpaid or paid internship, if its an entry level job where they train me, i really just want to start working and put something of actual value and substance on my resume.
i live in Queens, NY by the way and i'm 21 years old.
so again, if anyone knows of a field that i don't know about.. please let me know and maybe you know a specific company that has a office in new york. Also, if you could tell me a good site for finding jobs, i already checked monster, jobfox, and craigslist.
So yea, if you have any relevant information please send it my way. Any and all help is appreciated. Any advice would also be appreciated. Also, if i can't find anything in the very near future, a week or two, do you think i should just apply at a restaurant as a busboy or something just so i can have a job.
Thanks in advance.
I hope these arent too many but...
Can someone give me a summarization of what they actually do and what they are, and please try to make it plain, simple, and clear.
Also where are the places that accountants work? and is it a good job in terms of salary (does it get as much as like doctors, and the big jobs)...Lastly, What do you have to go through in terms of school to become an accountant...and is it hard?
I would like to know in what order do the following accounting titles rank in pay and what skills/experience should accompany each title ?
Accounts receivable/payable specialist
I am currently thinking of joining the Army and was curious as to how stiff the basic training is. As far as the ASVAB test, I don't believe I will have a problem passing at all, I am just not in the best physical shape and was curious as to how much physical activity is required to pass the basic training. Any details in this area would be great, I am really serious about this. I would be entering in as an accounts payable specialist.
Get married and have my own family. I am not an aggressive person. (I am working in accounting field with uni degree and have a CPA status). Please help me with it, open for any suggestion.
Joan Mershon, thanks for your answer. Why should we "get rid of the sentense - a challenging job utilized .....skills"? What's wrong having this sentense on the career ojective?
Should i pursure a career in accounting or human resources? what the pros and cons? any experiences/advice? thank you!
Dear Mr. etcetera,
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the XYZ position. I enjoyed speaking with you and learning more the new Ct, An, Inh, and The Cla.
I will bring to the position outstanding analytical, technical, research, organizational, and communication skills, along with the ability to manage multiple projects. I will ensure to apply a relationship building mindset - in addition to a success driven and results oriented mentality, as well as a very strong work ethic.
During our meeting, you mentioned that you need someone who is a self starter, when I was an Accounts Payable Specialist at G, one of my supervisors couldn't figure out how to enter a Canadian vendor's bank account number into Pt. One morning, as I was walking by my supervisor's cubicle, I heard my supervisor saying that she was very frustrated because she couldn't figure out how to enter the fifteen digit number, the number was very long and the system was asking her to break it down into five blocks. I remembered from living in Europe what each of the blocks stood for (branch number, location, account number, routing number, and account type) - I told my supervisor what I knew and how to enter the number into the system. She tried it and it worked - the management team at GPC was very pleased with my advice. As a Quality Assurance Consultant at The, I was made the point of contact to the Canadian stakeholders because I memorized the software we were implementing, and I was asked to assist in the creation of the training materials for the new software, in English and in French, for the managers and associates at Canadian stores.
I am very excited about the possibility of joining your team, especially after reading an article stating that The is teaming up with G in this C effort. I would love the opportunity to be part of this project, I am certain that I will be able to contribute with my experience, education, history of outstanding performance, and diverse set of skills in a very short period of time.
Please feel free to call me if you need additional information or if you have any questions. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you.
I need to find a passion in life
40 people were fired today, 10?duction; 3 people in accounting. The leftover, us, was challenged to come up with new ideas of how to make work more efficiently. I don't process a lot of invoices a day about 10-20, but there are a lot of part returns and some vendors have a high parts returns and high delinquency rate, especially China vendors. Since we prepaid them, I don't know how to bring their delinquency rate down. Parts are cheap, but bad, hence the high RMA ?With exception of a few vendors the rest have at least 30?f returns and 12?r more delinquency rate (no credits or replacements for the bad parts). Since, I clear the wires: I've spoken up times and times that it's better off to buy expensive parts domestically and get rid of China vendors (no offence to Chinese people), not to mention the higher freight cost that is factored in, but I'm no business analyst. The purchasing boss is a baby that needs babysitting, don't make me go there. Anyway, I have this urge that I need to speak up and come up with some solutions in our messy company, because I would blame myself for not doing something if I would get fired too. Ok, so other things to considers: we operate with paper invoices, massive paper invoices. In the previous company the invoices were scanned and some of the bills were automatically paid: pros: we don't have to cut checks, cons: still we will need to process the invoices and there is a risk of being overcharged, which will translate in more time. We are 5 in A/P and each one works on vendors that start within a specific range, eg. I work on vendors between A-G, in addition to clearing international wires and I have an A/R customer to bill once a week also. I offer to take on some of the tasks of the person who was let go, but three of her vendors went to someone else, being in a different letter range. The only thing left was submitting UPS claims, which I offered to take over, but thinking back: was this too much of of an admin work and will this lower my AP position, I shouldn't have offered myself to take it? I might be next to be cut. I mean: why was she let go? She was as good as anybody else, no criteria at all, letting people on a whim... ?! Anyway, I'm sorry for the long essay, any help is appreciated. Serious answers please. Thank you.
I have been at my job for 1 year on June 12th. I recently received my Associates Degree in Business Technology and also certified as a Business Computer Specialist. When I was hired, I was currently attending classes, so I did not have the degree or certification at that time. My official title is "Office Manager", but I also do all the accounting (receivable, payable, billing, etc), manage time sheets for 9 employees (everyone in the office, it's a small office), as well as all the standard responsibilities of the title (as described at salary.com). I have greatly improved the billing process (more timely, more accurate, more professional), lowered costs in several areas (office supplies, shipping expenses, etc), decreased the amount of past due accounts/money by a large percentage, streamlined HR process, and several smaller achievements since my hire date of June 12th, 2006. I am thinking of asking for a raise in a few weeks between a $5-10,000 annual increase.
To help you understand more, I report to the owner/s (technically the CEO, since it is legally a corporation) of the company directly. I was told I would be given a review at the 6 month mark to increase salary as necessary (the original offer was for probational purposes...to make sure I was as good as I appeared), but it was never arranged. I was taking on several new responsibilities at that time, and felt it better to wait before pressing the issue. My current salary is 34K, plus bonuses quarterly (but not guaranteed, or even an idea of what it might be). I have over 7 years of experience in this related field, and according to Salary.com my worth is between $48,375-53,382 annually. That does not even take into account that I do other positions responsibilites. I do not even expect that amount (10,000 only brings me to 44K). However, I keep seeing that the raises are only 5?ncreases usually. . One more thing, I was hired through an employment agency that charged a ?f my salary.
Accounts Payable specialist 1-3 years experience required and High School Diploma.
I have a Bachelor's in Accounting but haven't been able to get experience yet.
I'm not sure how to get my first accounting job; I keep getting rejection e-mails and never get interviews.
I am a science graduate working in Accounts Payables. Can somebody say what I do next for the best of my carrier ?