What Can I Do with an Accounting Degree Besides Accounting

If you’re considering an accounting degree or are currently enrolled in an accounting program, you might be curious about the job outlook for professionals in this field. Accounting careers are forecasted to experience significant growth, which means increased demand for …

By Champlain College Online Career Counselor
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How To Write A Resume Without Relevant Experience

Every week I hear from students who are hoping to enter a new field (e.g. cybersecurity) asking how they can market themselves to employers if they have no experience. What should they include on their resume? How can they rebrand themselves? …

By Champlain College Online Career Counselor
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How To Search For A Job Or Internship

Many of us find ourselves in a position of searching for a job or internship, whether it’s to commence our career, transition to a new career, or to advance our career. I remember being told once, “searching for a job …

By Champlain College Online Career Counselor
Champlain College Online Career Counselor
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How To Transition To A New Career

Today it is very common to have multiple careers over one’s lifetime. Many of our students are starting or returning to college to transition to a new career, motivated by a variety of factors, including financial gain and stability, change …

By Champlain College Online Career Counselor
Champlain College Online Career Counselor
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This Spreadsheet Is Exactly What You Need to Track Everything in Your Job Search

Ask anyone you know what the best part of their job is, and zero times out of 10 they’ll say, “Applying for it.”

Take this all-too-common situation: Somewhere between your second interview at one company and your fourth email to …

By The Muse
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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Remote Work: Exploring the Unwritten Rules for Employees

Every workplace has unwritten rules. You know, the unspoken or assumed rules of etiquette regarding communication, or expected behaviors that can only be learned through experience and observation.

Becoming familiar with a company’s “understood” rules and practices can be especially …

By Leslie Stevens-Huffman
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Closing the Cyber Skills Gap — CyberSpeak Podcast

On this episode of the CyberSpeak with InfoSec Institute podcastKathleen Hyde, chair of cybersecurity programs at Champlain College online, discusses a topic that’s a big part of InfoSec Institute’s initiative for the coming years — finding new and innovative ways …

By Heidi Wrighton
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Is Sending a Thank You Note After Your Interview Really Necessary?

The post-interview thank you note: some swear by it, while others think it’s wasted effort. A recently published article has invigorated the debate on whether it’s a good practice, and while there’s no correct answer, thank you notes can have …

By Nate Swanner
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Healthcare Administration Career Resources

Career opportunities in healthcare administration continue to grow along with the field of healthcare.  While the main function of these skilled professionals falls under finance and regulations, many are motivated by their passion for making a difference in people’s lives.

Healthcare …

By Heidi Wrighton
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Ready to Quit Your Job? Consider These Factors.

The main reason tech pros quit their job is income: Our latest salary survey shows 68 percent of those ready to jump ship will do so for more money. But how can you tell when it’s actually time to quit?

By Nate Swanner
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