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This question is for everybody on here including Moderators and Administrators. Have you ever leaked a confidential document that you were not suppose to onto the internet and your work found out and called you in on a meeting and Fired you on the spot? Please let us know. I have personally never br...

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I have been using LinkedIn and Indeed as my main sources for job search but was wondering of any other suggestions online that anyone has used or is using that might be effective.

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Hi All, I'm 31 and a software applications developer by profession. Tired of desk job and coding all the day. Was wondering if career transition into research is viable for me. I have background in computer science engineering and am particularly interested in molecular biology and nueroscience . I ...

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Hi All ! Happy New Year ! Please do let me know if this is not the right place to post the question. My wife plans to start looking for jobs ( now that our kid is 2 years old ) but she is planning to look for only those jobs which will allow her to work from home. She has worked as a IT programmer b...

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Hi everyone, Not sure if anyone has come across this issue, but I'm sure someone has. I moved to the states with my family late in 2017, our house in Edmonton is still on the market and hasn't sold as of yet. I am filing a departure return and non-resident status because it is much more beneficial f...

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... code is different, you take courses like tax/auditing/Adv management accounting etc with the fourth year BBA students. Only Intermediate Acc 1 and 2 are MBA separated. It's something very few students have done. Anywho, I need to pick a specialization that maximizes earning potential and ...

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Hello guys, I am in a situation where I need to choose between TD or RBC for the position of Licensed Insurance Advisor position For TD it is Property and Casualty and for RBC, it is home & auto would anyone by any chance know which one pays more? also what does property and casualty insurance produ...

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My uncle works as a security guard for a private security firm. However he tells me horror stories about the people he has ended up working with in the last 3 years. Students who were unable to get jobs in their chosen majors after graduating and had no choice but to take up a security guards role t...

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Hi everyone, Not sure if anyone has come across this issue, but I'm sure someone has. I moved to the states with my family late in 2017, our house in Edmonton is still on the market and hasn't sold as of yet. I am filing a departure return and non-resident status because it is much more beneficial f...

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I haven’t been to a job interview for more than 5 years. Minimum requirement was to wear a suit, dress shirt and tie in the old days regardless of position. How about nowadays? Is it still the same? Is dress shirt with dress pants good enough? I think wearing a tie and suit jacket to an interview fo...

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Hi, I am curious about what do people on this forum do and how much do they make? Please advise

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I got designated as a CPA in July 2016. At that point in time, I had 39 months of experience (30 in audit, and 9 in tax). The tax experience was most recent. I was new to tax at the firm (despite my "Senior" tax analyst title). I was never a senior in audit - I went straight to tax after my exam. I ...

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My commute is well over 2hrs (both ways) and this involves taking the toll one way ($424/mth) that continues to rise each year. I also still need to avoid heavy congestion times to reduce more time spent in traffic. I'm very well compensated for my position and I would need to vacate it to work remo...

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Was told a recent job interview that my asking salary is a bit more than they were thinking. Now of course this is natural negotiation tactics. Why give more than they have to? However, if and when an actual offer is made, is it common or acceptable to negotiate? Naturally, there's a chance of pissi...

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It's 1.40 USD now, is it a good time to buy in for so cheap?

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Hey I was wondering if I could thoughts from finance professionals regarding my course selection for my second semester of my mba. I have really been working hard at networking. Will be serving as an analyst at our investment fund and a research assistant with a finance prof. I just wanted to get th...

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My commute is well over 2hrs (both ways) and this involves taking the toll one way ($424/mth) that continues to rise each year. I also still need to avoid heavy congestion times to reduce more time spent in traffic. I'm very well compensated for my position and I would need to vacate it to work remo...

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Anyone have any experience with TTC engineering applications or is a TTC engineer ? I wrote the aptitude test about a month and half back(6 weeks). How long does it take to get back for an interview, or did i not make it

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Hi All ! Happy New Year ! Please do let me know if this is not the right place to post the question. My wife plans to start looking for jobs ( now that our kid is 2 years old ) but she is planning to look for only those jobs which will allow her to work from home. She has worked as a IT programmer b...

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Yeah!!! Convocation is in March. I hope now that the jobs will start flying in.

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I have been starting working for this startup very recently and the founder is my boss. We are a team of about 50 people all over the world. Most of us are in Canada though but I work remotely. This is not the first time I work remotely and my second time with a startup. I am having a crazy hard tim...

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Just a quick question that I am hoping someone could clarify for me: I am in a job pool which has been extended for 2 years in a row now. I am currently in a term position within a different department than the pool, but I was taken from that departments pool for this position. My pool expires Decem...

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Want some input from the RFD community .... in a pretty good position thankfully. I've been working at my current gig for 15 months, and am already at the higher-end of what the salary surveys dictate for my region & industry. I consider myself to be a top performer / above average ...

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I've been in my new position for less than a year now and I'm bumping heads with my manager. I haven't had much of a go at finding a manager that seems well rounded, competent and doesn't have a huge ego. Am I the only one? He is a combination control freak who always has to be right and abrasive mi...

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Every single raise I get feels more meaningless than the last. The raise isn't small either, but it still feels miniscule after paying taxes upon taxes. How is the tax system in US? I'm getting really interested in potentially work over there.

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Hey I was wondering if I could thoughts from finance professionals regarding my course selection for my second semester of my mba. I have really been working hard at networking. Will be serving as an analyst at our investment fund and a research assistant with a finance prof. I just wanted to get th...

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This question is for everybody on here including Moderators and Administrators. Have you ever leaked a confidential document that you were not suppose to onto the internet and your work found out and called you in on a meeting and Fired you on the spot? Please let us know. I have personally never br...

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I'm trying to find a specific Word resume template similar to the one attached. If anyone can help pls let me know.

employment

Please, Recommend employment agency that hires office workers. Thank you