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  • Lauren Gentile 12:49 am on April 14, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: , dvds, Excel, Jeopardy, new york city,   

    Fun Facts 

    Last week at The Hatcher Group, I spent a majority of my time making lists. As I’ve said in previous posts, Excel has become my best friend and came in handy when I made media lists for multiple projects last week.

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  • Jeremy Bowman 11:06 pm on February 12, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: , Excel, , Paul McCartney   

    Two weeks in 

    When I started a part-time job/internship at an accounting firm in October, some guy told me, “Accountants aren’t boring people. We just get excited about boring things.” “What’s the difference?” I remember thinking, and then “Wow, I really wish you wouldn’t have told me that.” It was that moment that made me think working at a cool place like XM Radio would break that notion in my head. I don’t think I’ll ever think accounting is cool, but it could at least be not uncool, right?

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    • Francine Blume 6:50 pm on February 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Sirius XM is a great place to intern. No question about that. And accounting is exciting when you think about the people you help and the questions you can answer!But if you still aren’t sure what you’re supposed to be doing, definitely don’t wait! Ask for help and more direction now! Your supervisors will apreciate it, and so will you!

    • miranda78 7:55 pm on February 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Yes, I agree that you should ask for more details on what they are expecting of you because, although everything may seem cool and new at the moment, if you are bored or unsure, you are not going to benefit as much from this experience. And speaking up and asking for more structure or guidelines will come in handy in a variety of areas of your life. Good luck!

    • Emily Fleitz 9:23 pm on February 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I also wish I had learned excel in kindergarten. Goddamn the learning curve!

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