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How do you fight the urge to "rest on your laurels" and instead consistently seek to make your company better?
I'm a senior at Georgia Southern University studying finance. I have considered pursuing a career in either financial analysis or financial planning, but I think I'm leaning more toward the analysis route.
I've graduated high school a year early and I am ready to make my dream come true. I've had a vision of a coffee shop that is truly unique compared to others I've seen. After my gap year, I plan on getting my associates in business, then proceeding to fulfill my dream. I have so many questions...
What is most valuable to employers when looking for a potential employee who has just graduated from college?
#career #job #jobs #careers #writing # #job-market # #college-jobs #business
I know it's important to approach others when networking, but I feel like some people are always attracting others to them. What could I do to be that person? #networking #business
how much of a difference does a good or bad GPA make when applying for a job
#computer #management #marketing #com
I have always loved the idea of owning a spa but for some reasons I ended up studying architecture. I thought I could still study for cosmetology at least on a minimal level but it turns out architecture is taking all my time. I want to stop studying architecture and focus on what I had in...
I was recently in a meeting with a judge hopping she would be my mentor to help me into the field of law and i think there were many times when we had those awkward silence moments and i just hope that my terrible social skills didn't mess it up. #business #social #networking #social-networking
I am certified in Microsoft Office Specialist Powerpoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook.
I am having trouble finding jobs that are looking for my certifications to work for them so I can work on paying for college.
#business #microsoft-office #scholarships
As undergraduate, I think business students usually pay more. Is it useful for our study or career path? #business