Despite stereotypes, a career in tax can be exciting, fun, and dare we say sexy.
With vaccine rollout underway and picking up steam concurrent to emerging virus variants, Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business said recovery remains “an economic tango led by the virus. Reaching a sustained recovery by early 2022 is contingent on the speed and efficacy of vaccinations by mid-2021.”
Justice Theodros doesn’t waste time. During the first semester of her freshman year at the Robinson College of Business, she secured an internship at the Capital City Club. She constantly overheard a fellow intern raving about a career development initiative at Robinson, where both women were pursuing undergraduate degrees.
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"Having a mentor during my Master’s program allowed me to feel that my professional options post-graduation were limitless. Meeting on a regular basis with my mentor gave me the encouragement that someone was supporting me and looking out for my future. Naturally, your friends and family do this unconditionally, but having a professional contact and mentor do the same really gave me the sense of support that was necessary. Your classes give you the knowledge, but mentors give you the real-world context."
After earning an undergraduate degree, Kenji Otokawa worked for a financial firm for five years before deciding to build his own real estate company.
Leigh Anne Liu’s students learn how to navigate the complex waters of international business negotiation.
Persistence isn’t a trait you learn from a textbook. It’s something that comes with years of experience and set backs.