How To Choose the Best Accounting Resume Writer for You

Your resume could make or break your next job searchNot a resume expert yet? Don’t worry, you can hire a professional to help get it right, even if you have no clue where to start or you’re afraid of getting scammed. Here’s everything you need to know about choosing the best professional resume writer for your unique goals & work … Read More

The Right Way to Work with Accounting Recruiters

The main goal of any job hunter’s LinkedIn profile is to attract recruiters, get them to read your profile, and put you in touch with awesome companies who are hiring. The more recruiters you attract, the better odds you have of finding a great new job. The one downside is that not all headhunters are ethical people with your best interests … Read More

Truth About Why Recruiters Contact You on LinkedIn

Do you get frustrated by seemingly random requests to Connect on LinkedIn? You’re not alone. Most of these requests come from recruiters – Here’s the most common reasons they want to Connect, and why you should usually accept. Like a Job Search Every Day It’s important to understand where recruiters are coming from. They’re performing a necessary service, and trying to … Read More

How to Ace Your Next Phone Interview

Phone interviews are the first step in the hiring process these days. Do you know how to make yours a success? The hiring manager screens you over a quick 30 minute phone, and decides if you should be invited into the office for a face to face interview. This saves time and money for the company, but it makes it harder for you … Read More

How to Send a Follow Up Email

Your coworkers get hundreds of emails every day and almost everyone is awful at managing their email. Just because you sent an email doesn’t mean the other person read it or that they’ll do what you ask. Find out exactly how to send a follow up email, and get the results you want when communicating with your bosses and coworkers. An … Read More

How to Have a Great First Day at a New Job

It’s your first day at a new job – maybe even your very first job. You’re tired, nervous and want to start off on the right foot. As every high school football coach used to say, “Prior planning prevents piss poor performance.” First impressions start long before you meet your new coworkers. Start preparing now by finding out as much as you can … Read More