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I lost my job recently so the experience is still relatively fresh in my mind. Sometimes these things just happen. In my case, it wasn’t my fault – our whole department got laid off because the company wasn’t making enough money to keep us. It’s rather unfair when you think about it – some bad management decisions and you’re left out of a job just like that. It was quite the unfortunate event. Every day for the month I had left I was thinking about what I could do to save my position. Of course, there was nothing...

Economic crimes are crimes such as fraud and identity theft.  This area of crime accounts for losses of over $200 billion dollars each year.  Studying the field of economic crime can open the doors wide open to other related fields such as security consulting, auditing, private investigation, accounting and federal investigation. Economic Crime Career Trends The United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics state that the job trend for those who are in the field of economic crime investigation is expected to rapidly grow over the next...

Every year thousands of military Officers Of Indian Air force, Indian Army and Indian Navy hang their uniform and join the corporate street.  These highly skilled, dynamic and vibrant officers join their already retired military counterparts who are lacs in number. They have served the nation by defending its integrity, sovereignty and Republic and now , after retirement, it’s time for them to serve the nation’s economy with the same passion and patriotism. They have been an asset to any organization they worked with and those who...

It’s true that life sometimes doesn’t pan out like you thought it may. It’s only human nature that people grow and develop, learning that they had passions for things they never thought they once had. This may lead people to investigate the possibility of further education at a later stage in life; either training in a completely new subject or honing their skills in a specific field. However, further education is not the cheapest of lifestyle choices; degrees usually costing anywhere from 20K-50K. However, if your heart is set...

Technology helps us in a variety of ways during our daily lives. Whether it is finding entertainment with a bevy of options for games, keeping up with friends on social media, or reading up on old news or books, you can always find something to do on your smartphone or tablet device with apps. That said, it should come as no surprise that there are also plenty of apps out there that will help you find your next job in an economy that is still struggling to provide positions for people. If you utilize the technology available to find these...

With a career in tax law, you will be required to become knowledgeable in the ever changing world of tax and pension laws.  You will also need to know the various types of businesses and industries that are in the tax industry.  You will need to be a United States citizen along with a Bachelor’s degree in the legal or tax field. What Tax Law Deals With The field of tax law deals common law, regulatory, constitutional as well as statutory rules which are applicable to taxation.  Prior to 1776, American colonies were subject to taxes...

Posted on Aug 17 2013 - 2:16pm by Kathrine Kreger
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If you’re not the type who wants to be in school for years on end, a career in sales might just be what you were looking for. Sales are an industry that rewards people who can perform over anything else, and degrees in higher education aren’t always necessary if you can prove your worth. A good salesperson is outgoing and persuasive because making a sale is the ultimate goal. Those who perform consistently are rewarded with high salaries and frequent promotions. If you have the skills and personality, you can make big bucks...

While you may have an exam revision technique that you’ve used for years, you might also be making some mistakes that are harming your ability to get the most out of your studying. Some of the things that you should try to avoid when revising range from relying too much on cramming, through to not making use of apps and other revision aids, and not giving yourself enough breaks and time to digest information. Avoiding these mistakes, and more, can help you to vary your revision routines. 1 – Cramming There is an argument to be...

Exam revision is one of the most personal and important processes from the life of every college student. It matters so much because it consolidates all the information you’ve been trying to accumulate during a semester and it’s an excellent way of making sure that your final exams will end with good grades. Prior to getting started, it’s critical to know yourself. Spotting both your strengths and weaknesses is a good way of discovering your best study tools and practices. How much information do you know already? What is your best...

Over the summer months, students can lose up to 3 months of maths learning; more than any other academic skill. This includes reading, a skill which kids are more likely to naturally nourish over summer than maths. As such, paying particular attention to activities that help to improve maths skills over the summer is a good idea, and will help your child return to school with a stronger foundation than the other students. Here are some activities for you to consider: Read Maths Stories How about ticking two boxes at the same time by reading...