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Dealing with Rejection after a Job Interview

Unfortunately, we have all been here. You have spent a few hours preparing, learning about the company in question, going over your experience and considering scenario questions in your head that might possibly be asked by the hiring managers. Finally, you attend the interview and then after a few days, you receive that gut wrenching

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What is Imposter Syndrome and How Can You Deal With it?

Imposter syndrome is a common phenomenon experienced by most individuals in the workforce in the 21st Century. Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes, American Psychologists, coined this term in 1978. They described it as “phoniness in people who believe that they are not intelligent, capable or creative despite evidence of high achievement.” It refers to an

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Accountancy and Finance Salary Survey 2019 Q3 & Q4

Salary Survey We are in a moment of contradiction. On one side, the financial sector in Ireland is experiencing strong ongoing growth across the board and Brexit related staffing additions within Financial Services. Adversely, there is an unnerving backdrop of uncertainty and downside risks actively shaping hiring decisions. There are a number of converging factors

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Fund Administration Salary Survey 2019 Q3 & Q4

Salary Survey 2018 was an interesting year for the Irish Economy and Financial Services on the whole. GDP is estimated to have been 6.8%, a dip from 7.2% in 2017. A recently revised EC forecast for 2019 is a moderate 4.1% as Ireland’s economy is still clouded by uncertainty surrounding Brexit. Household incomes grew by

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