Your Complete Guide to Cracking the CFA Exam

The next Level I CFA Exam, or Chartered Financial Analyst exam, is coming up on December 2. Candidates for Level I exams spend an average of 287 hours studying all 10 topics covered in the test, meaning now is the time to study. To help get you started, here’s a complete guide to cracking the … Continue reading “Your Complete Guide to Cracking the CFA Exam”

6 Unique and Exciting Career Paths

Are you bored of the same old job search that doesn’t seem to return anything interesting? You’ve seen the same handful of local jobs pop up time and time again and you’re not feeling inspired to apply for any positions. Well, good news for you, brand new jobs are being created each and every day. … Continue reading “6 Unique and Exciting Career Paths”

Broader Horizons, Narrower Focus: How to Take Your Healthcare Career to the Next Level

Working in the health care sector, you are probably one of the most of the most sought-after professionals in the country, if not the world. Earning the right to practice in the field takes time and effort, but it typically pays off in the end. Once you’ve established yourself, however, you might find it necessary … Continue reading “Broader Horizons, Narrower Focus: How to Take Your Healthcare Career to the Next Level”

Keeping Abreast of the Changes in The Sports Officials Industry

The United States has a sports culture that starts at a young age, but a referee shortage is causing problems at the secondary school level. While there are 300,000 to 350,000 total high school officials, many states are seeing a steep decrease in officials in all sports. In Nevada, the number of officials registered is … Continue reading “Keeping Abreast of the Changes in The Sports Officials Industry”

Cultural Etiquette is Necessary for Business and Career Success

It is expected that the average millennial will have more than four careers throughout their lifetime. When you also consider the increasingly global nature of our economy, you realize that at some point you will be working with people or a company from another culture. Your ability to work effectively in that situation will determine … Continue reading “Cultural Etiquette is Necessary for Business and Career Success”

5 Careers You Can Get With a Master’s in Financial Economics

A Master’s in financial economics is a degree fit for some of the fastest growing careers. The program prepares students for jobs in finance, banking and asset management. Graduates are skilled in various areas of economics, such as investment banking, economic forecasting, financial markets and financial management. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment … Continue reading “5 Careers You Can Get With a Master’s in Financial Economics”

Get It Done: End The Procrastination Cycle With These Five Tips

Procrastination: so many of us are so good at it that we’ve grown comfortable enough to consider it a lifestyle. That’s not necessarily the worst thing in the world… after all, there is no better motivation to get a task done than the stark awareness of it’s deadline that only comes once it is quickly … Continue reading “Get It Done: End The Procrastination Cycle With These Five Tips”

Growth in the Healthcare Industry Providing Nurses More Options

The new year has dawned and you are looking ahead to the future. What does your career in healthcare hold? What room is there for advancement or change? Let’s take a look at nursing and career options. As early as 2012, a nurse shortage was predicted. About 1 million new nurse positions will be open … Continue reading “Growth in the Healthcare Industry Providing Nurses More Options”