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Can you be an accountant with tht degree?? and like wht is it exactly??
I don't quite understand how majors work. How large of a role do they play in your career? For example, if I were to major in biochemistry what kind of career should I expect to have besides the typical doctor or engineering fields. What if I were to major in something irrelevant to what I want to become? For example, if I were to major in international relations but I wanted to become a accountant?
Hi,i m working as Jr.Accountant in sultanate Of Oman i would be shifting to Edmonton Canada, i would like to know what are the possibilities & requirements for the post of Jr.accountant i.e what softwares are used & what should be my qualification?
What websites do you know of, or recommend if I wanted to post and look for a new assistant / jr accountant?
I tried to go on monster.com but to post a job you have to pay 350.00. Didn't want to do craigslist since its not very accredited.
Pls advise, 10- pts.
I didn’t want to do craigslist, are there any other options?
Im a jr in high school and i still dont know what i want to peruse and but i think i want to travel the world. tell me some careers that would allow you to do so
After graduation, I'll be working on my bachelor's. Still, I'm curious as to what I can do in the meantime.
I'm currently working 40 hours a week and I'm enrolled in college and working toward my business major of accounting and finance. It will take me about 3 years to complete. Is there a way to get certified faster? Also, what are entry level positions for accounting? Every job search I see for accountants or even jr accountants requires 3+ years of experience...
My question is simple. what does a business banker do? What merits would a person need to obtain such a position? ( if any ) and on a side note, what kinds of jobs can someone obtain with an associate degree in Accounting?
I am a kind of young Jr. Accountant in an Urban school district. I have often felt the effects of "reverse racism", but I have a co-worker who refuses to do her job, is snide, and down right disrespectful. (It's almost impossible to get fired here). Since she was transfered during a reduction in force over 3 years ago, she has single handedly been the downfall of our department. She does so little work that my boss had to hire another secretary to make up for it.
She spends all day doing "church stuff," "reunion stuff," or is loudly/rudely on the phone long distance to family. She acts like she's better than anyone else. If someone needs something done she acts all p****d off - how dare we ask her to work.
My boss is out on vacation and I'm in charge, but now I'm at the end of my rope with her. I bring up the race thing because we have a very mixed office and there are definite differences in how she treats whites and blacks and there are no problems with anyone else.
Just an update, yesterday was the worst. She apparently had a VERY LARGE stack of work on her desk for two weeks--this included book orders--that we thought had been completed on Monday (high priority) as well as a class trip that was this morning. Yes, now these are going to be resolved, but there's no excuse for that...as one co-worker put it "she doesn't do that much work in a year"...and today she's been filing her nails all morning...My authority is limited to doleling out work, but I did talk to my boss's boss yesterday, so at least someone was notified...
She doesn't have longdistance access on her phone, she waits until someone who does is out of the office...She refuses, however to answer any work related questions when she gets phone calls, she won't file or photocopy, and she won't walk the extra 3 feet to hand me something she would normally put in my boss's in-box...
Thanks for all the great suggestions!
I had a horrible first day of work, and could use some humor...
Thanks beforehand for the info (reference would be appreciated but not needed)..
Well I'm a Jr. In High school and want to know what my major and minors should be if I want to be a successful businessman. Yes, before anyone says that the degrees don't make the exec let me assure you that I know that. Want I want to know is what should I choose from to put me in the best position for success.
Thank you very much.
From being newly qualified to having it as a routine job, what is it like? I know this seems like a really broad question but things like, working hours when you start out in comparison to working there years, is it quite a repetitive job each day, etc, is there a lot of communication with employees involved or do you just get on with work by yourself mainly ,etc
Thanks for help!
I am trying to get on as a Jr.Accountant with my company, but I literally don't know much along the lines of accounting terms because I have yet to take accounting in school. The reason I'm applying for the job is for 1. to get out of the position I'm in now (I'm an Accounts Payable Coordinator) and 2. I like the department and the people in it and 3. it would be a huge step up. Basically what I need is the basics - I know they're going to throw some word problems my way and I need to know debit, credit, revenue and a situation with "What do you do when you're going to invoice someone" - Any advice to help me through the interview?
I'll go ahead and give a little back history to this question .. to make it easier.
In the past, I've held a few (by few I mean like 2) Accounting jobs. My title for the 1st was "Jr. Accountant" and the 2nd I was an "Office Assistant" ... both I learned to do payroll, per diem, reconciliation, GL, etc ...
After HS I attended a local comm. college, but soon found myself overwhelmed (being I was 18, working 50 + hrs. a wee, homework, bills, etc.) so I dropped out.
I've been slowly working back to the point of me going "back" to school, but now with 2 kids it's even harder. I love the Accounting field, and plan to ultimately get my Bach. degree ...
my question though is, does there exist anywhere out there in the education world a 1 year certificate for general Acc. classes .. this would be to get my foot into the door of a company, and go back once that is earned to get my Bach .. nobody will even consider hiring someone without any type of "degree" and I realize it's a specialized field, hence the reasoning for my question.
I've called many online schools, and nobody has even heard fo such a thing ... can it be true??!!
*If you have an answer, great .. if you just have rude comments, don't bother - you will be reported, and IGNORED . .this is a serious question*
I just graduated from Jr. college with an ASS in Accounting. My question is, can I work from home or my only choice is to work for a firm?
I'm thinking about it, I'm in Los Angeles and have been looking for work for months. The economy is making it tough everywhere I know, but has anyone jumped Los Angeles' sinking ship and found decent work in or around Dallas?
I lived there for a time last year but left because my husband hated it, now that we're not together and I'm looking for work, I'm thinking about going back because I made good money (I'm a jr. accountant), and the low cost of living afforded me a better lifestyle. LA isn't terrible, but struggling here sucks and unemployment won't last forever.
And what did u work involve?