Campus jobs and banking internships you can still apply for in the U.S. in 2022

If you want to work in investment banking in America, it’s usual to either start as a “summer analyst” (an internship during your undergraduate degree) or as a “summer associate” (for those going into banking from an MBA or law …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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4 Virtual Networking Tips for Your Job Search

Networking isn’t just about finding a job. Strategic and effective networking can help you gain insights about yourself, and can be a source of support and strength as you navigate the peaks and valleys of a job search. Building relationships …

By Lisa Dubler - Idealist Careers
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Cyber Security Resume Examples and Tips to Get You Hired

Online security is beginning to become more of a concern for corporations and individuals alike. And the cybersecurity industry has risen in lockstep with the growth of that sentiment. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job prospects …

By Sakshi Gupta - Springboard
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Goldman Sachs – Career Pivot Series

A program designed to support professionals, whether you are just starting your career or have a significant amount of work experience, by providing the tools and skills needed to accomplish a successful career transition. Read more and apply for program …

By Mike Twerago
Mike Twerago Director of Operations, Data & Recruitment
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Suite Talk: Amy Montimurro, president and CEO of Abilis

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of Abilis, the nonprofit that serves Fairfield County residents with special needs through a wide range of life services programs, including recreational activities, transition and life skills support, job training, competitive …

By Keith Hassell
Keith Hassell Executive Director
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Top Accounting Skills for Success

Accountants analyze and prepare financial records for organizations and individual clients. However, in-demand accountant skills vary by specific job title. For example, Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) specialize in tax forms, balance statements, and other forms of financial documentation that their …

By Mike Twerago
Mike Twerago Director of Operations, Data & Recruitment
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The Big Post-Covid Interview Question You’re Not Expecting—Plus, the Right Answer

For many people, the past year has been among the most difficult of their lives. But for others, including branding and marketing expert Vince Thompson, it’s been the exact opposite.

“This has been the greatest year of my life,” says Thompson, the …

By Derek Loosvelt - Firsthand
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16 Behavioral Interview Questions Big 4 Firms Ask—and How to Answer Them

This past winter, we surveyed approximately 11,400 accounting professionals, asking them to tell us what it’s like to work for their firms. We asked about culture, compensation, hours, training, work/life balance, diversity, and business outlook. We also asked about the …

By Derek Loosvelt - Firsthand
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A Graduate Degree That Pays Off: The M.B.A.

By Patrick Thomas and Andrea Fuller

Oct. 27, 2021 5:30 am ET

A Wall Street Journal analysis of federal student loan data found 98% of programs leave students with manageable debt loads

Borrowing money to go back to graduate school can be …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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Connecticut is prepping the unemployed for telecommuting. Remotely, of course.

Connecticut is testing a belief that remote work will outlive the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting challenges and opportunities for a workforce that might lack digital skills yet benefit from telecommuting.

Read more here: https://ctmirror.org/2021/10/18/connecticut-is-prepping-the-unemployed-for-telecommuting-remotely-of-course/

By Mike Twerago
Mike Twerago Director of Operations, Data & Recruitment
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