I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
Other then besides teacher? Any one here who actually works in such jobs that I can asks questions about?
Are suchs jobs availiable during bad economic times?
Links or proof please if no problem?
Reason I ask is so I can actually contact places that hire and be able to talk to some people who actual do this and hope for job shadowing.
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I am taking a crash course in MS PowerPoint and wondering if anyone has gotten full-time work as a presenter. The investment can be substantial. You need a powerful laptop, HD projector, possibly a viewing screen and of course the latest software version. What about temp agencies for beginners to get some hands-on? Thanks for any advice.
I am interested in making money. I'm beeing honest. I know several people who are doing very well finantialy working in that idustry. I know the hours are long but if they can do it why not me.
Please respond if you've been to the actual interview. Even better if you are an actual interviewer of the prospective cadidates. I would like to become a derivatives specialist. What are some of the must knows?
I would like to know how it is possible to become an investment banker. What qualifications are needed, the steps needed to make in accomplishing to become an investment banker etc.
I am interested in majoring in Business Finance and I am trying to find out about some jobs I could get after college. The two jobs that I am interested in are investment banking or trading (possibly stock trader). So, what are the major differences between the two? Also, are these jobs ones that you could get an internship and do you really have to be in the top schools to get into a good job in these fields?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I want to be something that is respectable, (ex doctor, lawyer), but i do not want to k*********f in college. I wouldnt mind putting in alot of time to study but i need a moment to breathe once in a while. I want to make good money maybe like 80,000 a year. But most importantly I want to be respected, and want to be able to get a job and not left looking for months for an open position. Help please
I am a 22 year old female with a low paying job. I make approximately $20,000/yr. before taxes. I have been reading Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad and am interested in investing. However due to my income, I don't want to jump the gun and invest in something that is too risky or invest too much money (not that I have much to invest anyways). Are there any suggestions or helpful tips anyone can give me? I am really unfamiliar in this territory.
Gen X-er with no kids looking to boost my investments for a more secure retirement. Been burned before by dishonest quacks and don't want to deal with salespeople whose commissions are more important than my future.
What type of Business major would help get a job in entertainment industry?
I am new to the recruiting game and I would welcome advice on recruiting and building a good pipeline in general. The company that I work for has several seasonal contracts and these are some of our biggest clients. I have done tons of postings on the general career sites and craigslist and tons of cold calling from all retail jobs and career builder! These positions are nationwide and I am having a hard time finding qualified people that are interested in something seasonal. Where else can I find people with retail experience who may want to do something for the holiday season?
The retirement specialist said the only consequence for 457 Plan partial withdrawal is the usual income tax. There is no penalty. If this is the case, is it advisable to leave my 457 funds with my former employer so I can avail of this benefit if necessary (hopefully, I will never dip into my 457 but just in case I need to, I want this option of non-penalty for withdrawal). My 457 plan came from a local government unit where I was formerly employed.
I know that CFP is certified financial planner, and CFA is certified financial analyst, but these two licenses seem so similar to me, that I can't decide which one to pursue. What are the pros and cons to each of these? What are the requirements for attaining each of them? Also, for those of you who know the nature of the work of financial analysts and financial planners, could you please describe what their daily work responsibilities are? Is a job as an analyst simpler because you're just analyzing, instead of planning? If you know any additional factors to both these jobs, please let me know.
Would you say its because we have too many foreigners coming in and take all our money and jobs? Or is it simply because there was a big fire in a bank that destroyed a lot of money?
Think about it. Africa is poorer than china and the jobs really could help africans provide for their familes. There is far too much stuff with made in china labels or stickers on them. Africa is closer than china to the UK and europe. The jobs could help africans get vacinations for illness and protect their children. So why go to china all the time. The only things that i have seen that are made in an african country are some t shirts made in maurtisus
God in failing. The reason factories move to china is because it is cheaper than the west and chinese people work for far less
A freind of mine has an investment property in Atlanta Georgia that he is trying to sell. It is a 4 year old Duplex with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in each unit. It needs no repairs, it was built in 2002, it has wood floors throughout and it is close to public transportation, colleges and downtown. He is asking 335K for it and it was appriased 9 months ago for 350K. He has an open listing with a realtor for a few months but hasn't had any luck getting any buyers. The realtor said it isn't selling due to the tight market and the time of year he is trying to sell. Can you suggest any ways to get more interested buyers?
Things like Software development, website design, software engineering. I am going into the IT field but I wish to know what options are available. If possible, could you please put in a short description with the job name. Thanks in advance.