A.B. Freeman School of Business

At the Freeman School, we empower our students to embrace real-world challenges. We dare students to think strategically and venture beyond business as usual. Whether you have recently chosen your major as an undergrad or you are on the way to earning your graduate degree, the Career Management Center gives you the skills you will use – over and over again – throughout your professional life.

 

Here, we offer expert, hands-on guidance to prepare you for a successful transition into the workplace and well into the future. Through one-on-one career advising, resume reviews, mock interviews and a host of other services, we give you the skills you will use throughout your professional life.

 

25 Best Accounting Firms for 2024

Today, we’re very excited to release our 2024 Vault Accounting 25, a ranking of the best accounting firms to work for. The ranking is based on a survey of more than 11,000 accounting professionals, who were asked to rate their …

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How to Get an Investment Banking Internship

Landing an investment banking internship can be complicated because there are so many variables to consider: How early should you apply? Where should you apply? What should you include in your application? To simplify this process, we’ve compiled a comprehensive …

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How long does it take to get a job? New LinkedIn survey ranks time to hire for 10 job functions

A new U.S. analysis by LinkedIn data scientists finds that it takes an average of 61.7 days from the time that a finance job is posted on LinkedIn to the moment when the hirer reports it as filled. The median …

By Carla Coury
Carla Coury Executive Director, Career Management Center
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