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A Dropout Nation: Why Graduating from High School Still Matters

April 12th, 2013

A Dropout Nation: Why Graduating from High School Still Matters. Have a look at our state-by-state comparison of graduation rates broken down by race, along with recommendations on how to improve these rates.

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How Much Do Professional Pilots Make Around The World?

March 6th, 2013

How Much Do Professional Pilots Make Around The World? Professionals of the future may not want to rule out pilot!

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Office Gossip: How Spreading the Word Can Get You the Axe

July 9th, 2010

There is a long-standing tradition amongst office-workers of gathering at the water cooler to sip coffee and discuss who got drunk and rowdy at the office party, who blew a big deal by sending the wrong report, or which co-workers have been getting cozy on the copy machine. And while office gossip is generally in good fun, the wrong rumor could not only cause a lot of trouble for those it is about, it could also get the messenger shot (that would be you). So here are a few things you should avoid chewing over, no matter how juicy the tidbits.

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Salary Range for Accounting Jobs

March 3rd, 2010

The accounting salary range can vary quite a bit throughout the field, but even at the lower end of the pay spectrum, there are great opportunities in this field. Accounting careers have experienced rapid growth in recent years, with jobs ranging from accountants to auditors to CPAs in all types of urban, suburban and rural areas of the country. There is a need for accounting professionals everywhere, and it is a great time to train for a solid career in this important field.

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How to Job Hunt – Salary Negotiating [video]

January 13th, 2010

How to Job Hunt – Salary Negotiating [video]

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Negotiating the Inevitable Salary Questions

November 7th, 2009

At some point in the job-hunting process, you will be asked about your salary history. It may come up in an ad, during the initial screening or as you advance through the interview process. If you can, avoid answering directly. There are ways to deflect the question and it is in your best interest to keep your salary history private.

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