It’s been a couple of weeks since my last blog. Scotland haven’t abandoned us Northerners to the mercy of the South and Tesco have taken ‘every little helps’ to the extreme.
After a wonderful trip to Nice, it’s back to reality for this unemployed graduate. If you haven’t been, I would definitely recommend it.
At university, I had a lecturer who, after asking a question on social/environmental reporting, commented that we were all ‘typical accountants’.
If I had a pound for every time I’ve been told LinkedIn is essential in the search for a graduate job, I wouldn’t need to look for a graduate job.
Put down the calculator and pick up the dumbbells. That should have been the advice I received from my careers advisor if job websites are to be believed.
The Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association (CABA) has reported an increase in requests for help from unemployed acc
KPMG has recruited a former Barclays Bank information risk managing director as a partner in its information protection and business resilience practice.
Personal development coach and chartered accountant Carol McLachlan is now offering careers advice in Coach Caro
The interim management market has returned to growth with a 10% increase in pay buoyed by an upswing in financial services activity.