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Career Search Tips
KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS
Know your strengths. If you're not sure, ask some of your co-workers, friends and family what they think your strengths are. When in a job interview, try to tie in your strengths to task that you will be required to do on the job. You not only give the interviewer a good idea of the type of person you are, but also demonstrate that you understand what the job is.
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HOW TO BECOME A BOOKKEEPER
All businesses, large and small, need at least one person to take care of their books. As a professional bookkeeper, you are in charge of keeping track of all the financial transactions that take pla... more