Where can I look to find a part time accounting job in Houston? The local newspaper and job search engines don't list many legitimate part time jobs. I know of several people (not personally) that do accounting part time, which is what my background is in. I don't think that employment agencies usually have these types of jobs either. Any suggestions?
I studied math in college and am looking for a part-time job while I go to grad school. Would I be able to find an accounting job for 20 hrs/wk?
I have been doing part time accounts job by going to clients' places now i want to get on line job can you help?
I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2001 with a History degree. i did some museum jobs after graduation. i would like to have a career in accounting. I am planning to go to a local community college to get a certificate in accounting. Will this help me find an good accounting job? I know my BA in History is worthless for the accounting job but will it play a factor on getting an accounting job?
I want to get into an accounting job but do not have experience. I have a bachelors of business finance and I will start on a masters of accounting program this year. I want to get some experience before I finish my masters program. What do I need to do to get started in the field?
I am working on my bachelors degree in accounting, and I was wondering if there are any jobs I could take as a college student that would look good when applying for an accounting job when I finish my degree? Since I'm an undergraduate, I know there probably aren't very many, if any. I just thought I would ask!
I'm a recent graduate in accounting..(last dec 2007)..iv sent hundreds of resumes for months. ..(since March)..iv been applying office admin jobs and those so called entry level accounting jobs....but so far, iv only got one interview for a reception/office admin pos....failed... im having 2 part time jobs to keep myself alive...and i wouldnt consider volunteering at the moment since im kinda like in a financial hardship... just wondering if u guys could really tell me how to get an entry level accounting job without experience ? iv only had restaurant and sports stadium catering experience. and please anyone know which job agency will look for jobs for people at a price ? since im desperate ..id pay for it
I can't seem to find any information on a specific accounting job offered as a MOS within a military branch.
Can anyone shine some light on this matter?
I wanted to seeif anyone had any suggestions where I could look (like a website or something) for a parttime accounting job. I live in Philadelphia, PA.
I've got an interview in a week for an accounting job. The role will deal with the financial statements and entries and stuff. What questions can I ask that will make me sound smart? other general questions acceptable as well.
I'm a recent graduate in accounting..(last dec 2007)..iv sent hundreds of resumes for months. ..(since March)..iv been applying office admin jobs and those so called entry level accounting jobs....but so far, iv only got one interview for a reception/office admin pos....failed...
im having 2 part time jobs to keep myself alive...and i wouldnt consider volunteering at the moment since im kinda like in a financial hardship...
just wondering if u guys could really tell me how to get an entry level accounting job without experience ? iv only had restaurant and sports stadium catering experience.
and please anyone know which job agency will look for jobs for people at a price ? since im desperate ..id pay for it
I would like to give back to this program I attended when I was in high school. This organization helps people that are low-income, first-generation college bound students.
With my previous accounting job, I was in charge of doing all the finances for a non-profit organization. This part was easy, but I would like to know how to form my own non-profit scholarship organization. What forms do I need to fill out? Which government branch do I need to get a contact with--Chamber of Commerce?
How do I go about this process and what other things I should consider?
I got called for a job interview. Wondering if it would be a stupid move to quit my full time, descent paying job, for a job 15 hours less a week. I'm probably gonna be making less pay too, but I need the work experience to go along with my accounting degree that I'm hoping to have in less than a year. Should i go for my interview? Or are there plenty of accounting jobs out there that pay well right out of college with no experience needed?
I can come across as introverted, and this affects my ability to interview. I know I can do the work. It frustrates me that people less intelligent than me are getting public accounting jobs. Since I'm not outgoing, should I just call it quits and say that I wasted my money getting a master's degree in accounting?
I know that there is more to getting a job than good grades. If I want to get an accounting job right after college, what kinds of things should I be doing? Volunteer work? Acitivities? Would doing volunteer work with my church look good on a resume? I do plan on doing an internship. I could just really use some advice. Thanks!
I just got my BBA (Accounting), and try to go for master. I don't really know what should I go for; Accounting again, or health-care? On which one I can make more money? I am thinking that if I take my MBA health care, then I would have more choices and opportunities on future; Accounting jobs or health care jobs. But I still don't know which one is better. Any common please?
I am a BA in Economics and will finish my MS in Industrial Management with a concentration in Lean Six Sigma very soon. I have been thinking of going to a community college and studying accounting. I understand that I need 30 accounting hours in order to be eligible to sit for the accounting exam. However my question here is I am thinking of doing a CPA Prep Certificate from my community college which fulfills all requirements to sit for the exam. Could I get a job as an accountant if I have the CPA certification but a BA in Economics and MS in Industrial Management? Would the same be the case if I put in my resume "sat in the CPA exam" or "passed 3 of 4 parts of CPA exam" to get an accounting job? I was thinking maybe the LSU Accounting certificate online was more legitimate for employers. Would this be the case or do employers not care?
Thank you very much for any answers.
I have both an MBA and a Bachelors in Business Admin from an accredited university. However, I have very little work experience. I've worked retail a a few different places (hated it) and worked as a bank teller for the last year (REALLY hate it). Note: Every job I've had has been part-time.
I'm not a social person and I don't like constantly interacting with customers (aka the general public). I thought maybe accounting would be alright so I applied for some accounting jobs and got rejected on all of them. The main reason was I did not have an accounting degree.
So with my experience (or lack of) and my degrees what exactly can I do? I'd hate to go back to school and get ANOTHER degree because I've already accumulated like $19000 in student loans.
Pretty much the only hobbies I have are read comic books and occasionally play video games. I have very few friends because like I said I'm not social.
Oh I should mention that I've applied for TONS of different positions within the bank I work at from auditor, to credit analyst, to loan assistant, to HR, etc. and I've had like 10 interviews and haven't been hired for a single position yet. I believe I need to get out of the banking industry. I'm probably not right for it.
I work now but not in a job where I will be able to study accounting. What jobs can I get to take care of myself and also go to school part time to become an accountant
I'm currently a full time student at a community college. I'm doing my pre requisites for the nursing program but I do not believe this is the career path I want to go down. I know the money is excellent! The money and stability is mainly the only reason why I was interested in the nursing field but i am recently looking into new options. What are some good stable jobs that make approximately 65k a year or more that aren't accounting jobs.