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Crime-fighting accountants? New specializations are changing long-held industry perceptions

Crime-fighting accountants? New specializations are changing long-held industry perceptions

Optimistic job forecasts for trending specializations in accounting are making the field more appealing than ever for recent graduates. Accounting jobs are projected to grow 13 percent between 2012 and…

6 surprisingly common student money misconceptions

6 surprisingly common student money misconceptions

From sports teams and extracurricular clubs to first jobs and first cars, high school students learn new lessons every day, many away from the classroom. But when it comes to…

Pressure to perform can outweigh the benefits of children’s sports

Pressure to perform can outweigh the benefits of children’s sports

The benefits for children playing sports are plentiful. Teamwork, setting and accomplishing goals, developing small motor skills and the physical activity are just a few, and they can take a…

Fighting post-military unemployment on the home front

Fighting post-military unemployment on the home front

As the Department of Defense continues its drawdown of American military personnel after decades of major troop deployment, tens of thousands of American troops are preparing to transition out of…

The secret to achieving better work-life balance

The secret to achieving better work-life balance

If you’re feeling overworked and finding it a challenge to juggle the demands of your job and the rest of your life, then you’re not alone. Achieving the elusive work-life…

How to make the start of the school year healthy and happy

How to make the start of the school year healthy and happy

The lazy days of summer are nearly over. Back-to-school season means back to a busy life with a seemingly never-ending schedule of classes, sporting events and extracurricular activities. Making healthy…

The equation for stronger performance in school begins with a better breakfast

The equation for stronger performance in school begins with a better breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for students embarking on a learning adventure. But all too often, kids head out the door with sugary pastries, cereals…

Strategic tips to save money on back-to-school deals

The cost to send children back to school increased 5.3 percent for elementary and middle school students and 9.5 percent for high-schoolers last year, according to Huntington National Bank’s annual…

What employers want: the 3 ‘Cs’

What employers want: the 3 ‘Cs’

Whether you are an employer looking to hire someone or the person looking to get hired, it’s all about competency. Only 11 percent of employers believe recent graduates have the…

Librarians: unsung heroes of the digital age

There has been a substantial increase in students taking online college courses, changing significantly how modern learners access information, and librarians have adjusted to keep pace with an ever increasing…

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