Archive for Infographics

US Financial Careers: An Analysis by State

The financial sector is one of the most rewarding and lucrative industries you can join. Behind every business, from local start-ups to booming, nationwide companies, is a financial department holding it together. Finance and insurance even represented 7% of US gross domestic product in 2014, which amounted to $1.223 trillion. But how are financial sectors faring across the US? Which states are trending upwards, and which are still struggling to recover from the recent recession?

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Dress for a Successful Interview

We’re in the midst of a rush of high-fashion, Hollywood-style events, from big games, to music awards to film awards. At each of these events, celebrities, wannabe celebrities and everyday people dress to impress, donning the latest styles from well-known or not-so-well-known designers. The stands are full of the hippest trends, the flashiest colors and the finest fabrics—and sometimes plain ridiculous outfits. It’s a spectacle for sure.

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How Generous Are Companies? A Holiday Bonus Survey

The holidays are a time when shopping malls are buzzing and cash is flowing. People, including check-balancing and money-managing accounting and finance pros, are on missions to find the perfect gifts for family and friends. Of course, a little extra cash flow in their bank accounts helps… especially when it comes in the form of holiday bonuses from employers. But are employers giving holiday bonuses? If so, for how much?

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Accounting and Finance Salaries & Market Quiz

Test your knowledge on jobs, salaries and labor market trends. As an employer, you need to be up-to-date with the accounting and finance labor market, including jobs that are on the rise, salaries, hiring trends and more. The more knowledge you have, the better off you’ll be when it comes to hiring and retaining number-crunching pros. So how up-to-date are you?

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Optimizing Success: Generational Diversity In The Workplace

With Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials all working together under one roof, understanding how to motivate each generation is key. In our new white paper, "Generation Optimization", we dig into generational diversity in the workplace, outlining each generation to find out how to attract them to your organization, keep them there, and motivate them to do their best work. Traditionalists Traditionalists, (born 1925-1945) are currently 2% of the workforce.

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