Findings from the latest Randstad Engagement Index show finance and accounting employees believe the job market is going to pick up, and when it does, many plan to leave their current positions for a better job.
The PCAOB announced the colleges and universities that will be participating in the PCAOB Scholarship Program for the 2012‒2013 academic year. Forty-three merit-based scholarships of $10,000 each are to be awarded.
From the minute Pawel Szeliski began taking business classes at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), he says he was instinctually drawn to the "fluidity and creativity" of accounting. He has passionately pursued his dream of becoming a CPA ever since.
At Ernst & Young LLP, which will welcome 2,300 interns in 2013, students can look forward to training in personal and technical skills, forming relationships with mentors, and engaging in hands-on client service work.
How can taxpayers follow how their money is being spent on public education? What is the difference between a school district's budget and its financial statements? Answers to these questions, and many others, can be found in GASB's new user guide, What You Should Know about Your School District's Finances.
Skype is a software program that allows two people to speak and see one another via the Internet. Many employers are choosing Skype to conduct job interviews, especially when candidates don't live in their area.
Are you planning on hiring this spring? There are a lot of great reasons to add a new college graduate to your workplace mix. Job search engine company, Simply Hired, has compiled a list of best practices and strategies for targeting this unique group of candidates.