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From Simple to Simply Thrilling: The Diversity of Accounting

Posted on August 18th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, In The Media, Job Search, Just For Fun. Comments Off on From Simple to Simply Thrilling: The Diversity of Accounting

Push a button, pick up the phone, take notes, and repeat. While the tasks of office life can seem mundane at times, they certainly don’t need to be! In this short blog, we are going to briefly explore the diverse (contrary to common belief) world of accounting. Now we aren’t talking about adrenalin inducing exciting, … Read More »


Improving Work Environment with Charity

Posted on December 1st, by Goldbeck Recruiting in HR Management. Comments Off on Improving Work Environment with Charity

Giving to those in need is one of the best things you can do. It is by far one of the most rewarding tasks and it genuinely makes you feel happy.

Numerous studies show that charitable giving creates a happy environment and when given collectively, there is a huge lift in morale … Read More »


How to Be Happy at Work

Posted on November 30th, by Lougie in Career Development. Comments Off on How to Be Happy at Work

What Are Your Rules?
Happiness and unhappiness (in work and in life) result entirely from the rules in your head that you use to evaluate events. Those rules determine what’s worth focusing on, and how you react to what you focus on. When she started full-time work, she was frequently depressed. But she turned it around, using the techniques I’m going to provide you in this column.


Closing The Gender Gap In Computer Science

Posted on October 28th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development, Technology. Comments Off on Closing The Gender Gap In Computer Science

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Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

Posted on October 3rd, by Lougie in Career Development, Job Search. Comments Off on Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

I love this article. It is realistic but in a very upbeat positive way. I wish our society fostered an attitude amongst students that was less “how can I get a job” and more “what cool things will I find to do”. Less angst and more adventure. I think the latter attitude would help with … Read More »