Accountant Professional

It is becoming increasingly clear that whilst a good degree is important, it has significantly less value without relevant experience. Albert Cyprys graduated first with a degree and then with a Masters in Accounting from Fairfield University in 2015, and is convinced that being an intern to gain relevant experience is what made the difference in his being able to gain permanent paid employment in his chosen profession since graduating.

Analysts report that graduates who may have worked hard in their studies and obtained great grades, but worked their holidays in non-profession related employment such as bars or shops, did not, on the whole, obtain the best jobs on offer to graduates.

Employers are increasingly demanding that applicants demonstrate that they have relevant experience before they will offer any role even if they have an application studded with an exemplary academic record from a top-tier university and a first-class degree.

Taking part in paid or unpaid work placements or internships whilst still studying will differentiate that candidate in the selection process to such an extent that those without such experience may not even be considered for an interview.

With many more graduates entering the workplace, it is clear that candidates have to work harder to stand out, and internships become increasingly sought after. Therefore, as an undergraduate you must plan that work experience aspect of studies carefully and in good time, to give yourself the very best chance of gaining employment in your chosen field.

Albert Cyprys certainly feels that being as rounded an individual as possible through his experience, volunteering, and sports alongside his good grades made a positive difference for him.

Albert Cyprys is a graduate of Fairfield University obtaining his Masters in Accounting in 2015, and his degree in 2014 with a major in Accounting and minor in economics. Throughout his time at University Albert maintained an active lifestyle, playing tennis, soccer, and skateboarding amongst other activities, even though the academic workload was significant. He feels that this was a benefit to his studies and it would seem that research over recent years supports this view.

In 2011, the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign published the results of a traffic-dodging road crossing experiment where they pitted college athletes from a variety of sports against college students who did not participate in sports.

The results suggested that the student athletes managed crossings better than the non-athletes, and that it did not appear to make a difference as to whether their sport demanded excellent timing and tactical thinking. Researchers felt this strongly indicated that physical activity and training does reshape the brain.

It is hoped to study that outcome in more depth in the future, but it appears that the key point confirms that the route Albert Cyprys took during his studies was a wise choice. Participating in sport, running, tennis, swimming, gymnastics or soccer, whatever you choose, may sharpen concentration and focus. In addition, based on this experiment at least, may mean that you can cross a busy intersection more safely!

New York City and its boroughs are some of the best places to skateboard in the world according to many who enjoy the sport. Albert Cyprys has lived in Brooklyn, New York for most of his life, and loves all that the area has to offer. Albert has recently graduated with his Masters degree in Accounting from Fairfield University, and is now working for a major accounting firm, but always tries to make time to get out on his board to explore and discover new places to skate.

For a sense of freedom in the city, nothing really beats grabbing your board and taking to the streets and the skate parks of Manhattan and the five boroughs. For the outer boroughs such as NY State and Long Island, it will take a little more research and knowledge to discover the best places to go, but there are many resources on the internet and through word of mouth to help.

There are now an extensive number of ‘official’ skate parks throughout the area, which are great facilities and offer some good places to meet up. Equally, there are plenty of areas where ‘unofficial’ skate parks have been established by local groups, which can provide exciting environments to skate in.

It is important to remember to respect these unofficial spots and the communities that live and work around them. If good relations are maintained, then this can ensure that the spots are allowed to continue to be used and not shutdown or destroyed.

For Albert Cyprys, it’s a great way to meet new people and discover unknown parts of the wider city area and gives him a real change of scene.

When Albert Cyprys chose to first major, and then complete a Masters, in Accounting at Fairfield University. It wasn’t simply because he wanted to work with numbers in his future career. Of course, accounting and other financial degrees do give you knowledge of commerce, accountancy practices and finance, but they also equip you with a wide range of other broader skills that will enhance your career options too.

Studying accounting disciplines will develop your problem solving, critical thinking and analytical ability as well as your numerical and quantitative skills. You will improve your written and oral communication abilities, become skilled at arguing your case and a better negotiator as a result.

Studying accountancy will also grow your knowledge of global business matters, and how closely entwined are the actions and activities of markets around the world, and how, following the financial market crashes in 2008/9 it is a global challenge to manage and control these markets.

You also learn skills that will help develop entrepreneurship, which is valuable asset to employers looking for employees with potential to help grow and lead their business. Entrepreneurship isn’t only about running your own business it’s about development and growth in many fields.

In the modern world technology, largely, does all the number crunching. The accountant’s role is much more about providing sound analysis, expertise and insights to make those numbers useful and Albert Cyprys as a graduate of Fairfield University, is looking forward to delivering those skills in the workplace. He received his Bachelors of Science in Accounting from Fairfield University in 2014, and his Masters of Science in Accounting, from Fairfield University in 2015.

Tennis is a sport that is usually played on a clay court, with one or two people on each side of a net. The court’s painted lines indicate the lines in which the ball should be served and kept in-bounds; and also the boxes where each serve should land after making it across the net. Due to the small amount of players on each side, a good tennis game is highly dependent on the competitive nature of an individual or pair of individuals. Below are some tips on how you can be a more competitive tennis player.

Hit the Ball Hard

By mastering your tennis swing, you will learn to transfer the weight and energy in your body towards the racquet to slam the ball with velocity. Hitting the ball hard will make it travel faster, and therefore more difficult for your opponent to deflect or even catch up with.

Strategic Hitting

Asides from hitting the ball hard, you must also work on hitting the ball in the direction that will be most difficult for your opponent to deflect. This will force your opponent to lunge or dive in one direction; which means if they do return the ball, they still have most likely left a vulnerable point on the court which you can target. There are also times when deciding whether to hit the ball short or long can also make your opponent move the most. The more you make your opponent run around for the ball, the quicker they will tire.

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What Makes Soccer Great

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and with good reason. Not only is it physically challenging, but the rules are universal and most countries in the world have their own leagues. For professional players, this means that they can essentially be recruited anywhere. This is not only good for the players that they have all this opportunity, but in many ways it is good for the world. The World Cup is a perfect example of the sense of diplomacy that the World Cup creates. Despite political struggles and sometimes even cases of war, two countries will play against each other on a field where those discussions are set aside for the sake of enjoying an authentic moment of competition and sportsmanship between each other.

Besides its diplomatic properties, soccer is also a very low-cost and simple sport to participate in. All you need is a ball and some friends; and from there you can get as creative as necessary to make improvised goals and set up the field. Even professionals don’t use all that much equipment; they have uniforms, cleats, shin guards and socks. It is a widely played sport in part because of its minimal nature, which allows people from impoverished areas to participate and garner the same enjoyment from soccer that the rest of the world does.

Albert Cyprys loves to play soccer. He is involved with an intramural team at his school that has done exceptionally well; and they even recently won the league championship.

Skateboarding is a sport that has evolved in several ways. When it started, it was mostly done in empty pools and parks. Once grinding became more common, more skaters started hitting the streets and taking on hand rails and other city-built features. And lastly, when surf culture collided with skateboarding, the long board was bred. Below is a breakdown of what makes longboarding and shortboarding two completely different styles of skateboarding.

When skateboarding was invented, the boards were just about in their shortest state. In those days, spinning around like a ballerina on a tiny board was how most competitors earned themselves recognition. When the Dogtown and Bones Brigade days came about, things got more technical and you started to see flip tricks and grinds. Ironically, the boards started to get longer throughout this period; but they came to a halt at a size that was rideable and flippable, which is now how most modern skateboards are shaped.

Longboarding became a thing when surfers saw what their friends were doing on the concrete, and wanted to find a compromise that was more reminiscent of cruising a wave than carving a half pipe. Longboards are not only longer than shortboards, but they also have bigger wheels and trucks in order to ride over pebbles, cracks in cement and other potential hazards. Longboarders can go incredibly fast down mountain roads, or they can simply use their board as a commuting vehicle that provides an easy and healthy ride around town.

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