Students Archive for July, 2008
If you’re studying in an online college degree or certification program, your writing may be the only way your teachers can judge your merit. Whether you’re writing emails, taking online tests, or delivering college papers, your ability to craft clear, well-written prose can be your greatest asset.
Getting up to speed in researching, organizing, and creating academic papers can be an especially daunting task for returning students or for those enrolled in continuing education. That’s why… | Read More
Accounting majors take heed: recent federal reporting regulations affecting America’s businesses have fueled job opportunities for those with auditing skills. Enacted as a response to corporate boardroom scandals, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 now requires tough, new reporting requirements for all public companies.
The act created the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, charged with oversight of accounting firms and requiring independent external audits of companies throughout the land. As a result, there are thousands more jobs… | Read More