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People expect that if they make a change in their career, they have to take a massive pay cut, but that's not always necessarily true.

When is an average job offer too good to refuse?


Ann-Marie Johnston FCPA, Toowoomba Regional Council. Photo: Luke Marsden.

Career success by playing to your strengths


Analytical skills, and the ability to share insights behind the numbers, will become even more important – and it is something that employers will come to expect.

The accounting skills most in-demand post-pandemic


Anthony Lau FCPA and Miranda Chan. Photo: Calvin Sit.

How two Deloitte tax experts balance their working styles


The late Steve Jobs (L), chairman of Apple Computers, and John Sculley, Apple’s former president, pose with the original Macintosh personal computer, in January 1984.

What's the golden age to become an entrepreneur?


When we follow our curiosity, we can push beyond the expected, and in turn achieve some incredible feats.

How curiosity can help your business survive


"No one is born being creative or innovative, it is a skill,” Seth Godin says.

Seth Godin: How to unleash your inner creative


Songyao Goh CPA (left) and Yau Kee Goh FCPA.

Father and son business: Differences as strength


Reverse mentoring programs pair young, talented employees as mentors to more senior executive leaders who are the mentees, with benefits all round.

Reverse mentoring: How to engage young employees


Jarrad Young invested a considerable amount of analysis, strategy and planning in undertaking his Guinness World Record-breaking effort.

Jarrad Young CPA: Pushing the limit


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