It would be nice to work on career goals without worrying about finances, but that's just not realistic for most people
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There are three technological innovations that are blindsiding some accountants who earned their degrees years ago. In the future, accounting professionals who are trained in these technologies will have an edge over bookkeepers and accountants who only understand the traditional methods. If you're a bookkeeper or accountant, or an executive or entrepreneur who works with either bookkeepers or accountants, these are the three transformational technologies you need to familiarise yourself with.
One of the most-discussed subjects today is the education and future of young people. For those who aspire towards a successful career, completing A Levels and going to university seems like the obvious choice. However, with rising university fees and an increasingly competitive graduate jobs market, this path is not for everyone. But are there other options available?
The demand for celebrants is trending up. The Humanist Society reports that weddings officiated by humanist celebrants are surging in popularity in the UK. The Australian government is forecasting the job outlook for civil celebrants as "very strong" in terms of future growth.
Technology is one of the biggest drivers behind the current education trends. If you're involved with or considering a career in education, the following are 5 of the most significant trends you'll want to be aware of:
After 8 years working in HR and graduate recruitment, Hannah Salton’s knowledge of recruitment processes is extensive. In early 2017 Hannah used her experience from both the professional services and legal industry to set up her own coaching and consulting business. Here, Hannah combines her knowledge of what employers look for in their hires, along with her experience of coaching young professionals, to share her 5 top tips for today’s job seekers.
To choose their career, that is. The latest research from Oxford Open Learning Trust has found that 17% of women aged 18-24 years old feel that they made their career decisions at too young an age.
This month, we have a special message exclusively for AllAboutCareers users, courtesy of James Caan CBE (yeah, from Dragons' Den) and Levi Roots (as in, Reggae Reggae Sauce). Thanks to the Prince's Trust, they've given some insight into how to set out in the business world on your own, or in other words - how to become an entrepreneur.