How I Got Here: Editorial Director

For our second installment of the How I Got Here series, we interviewed an editorial director who oversees content development for engineering books at Wiley! Read on to hear their story: WSS: What did you study in school? Is it relevant to your current job? I majored in electrical engineering in college. I love learningContinue reading “How I Got Here: Editorial Director”

Soft Skills in the Classroom

The classroom has more to offer than the subject knowledge around which the class is centered. The classroom setting also offers the opportunity to practice and grow your soft skills. These skills are things like communication, emotional intelligence, team work, leadership, and so on. Author of Wiley’s You Got This! The Real Skills You NeedContinue reading “Soft Skills in the Classroom”

Wiley CPA Industry Updates

If you’re looking to stay on top of CPA news, Wiley has you covered! Here are some tips from Wiley’s Business & Accounting team on where to keep up with industry trends to give you the leading edge. Where to look? Start with Wiley Accounting Club. You can also follow Wiley Accounting’s new Instagram accountContinue reading “Wiley CPA Industry Updates”

Celebrating Your 2021 Wins!

2021 was a long year, and there were definitely a lot of ups and downs. While the year might have been challenging, there were also so many moments worthy of celebration. We asked our Wiley Students Speak readers and members to tell us their wins from 2021. From personal successes like focusing on mental health,Continue reading “Celebrating Your 2021 Wins!”

Find the Right Scholarship for You

Scholarships are fantastic tools that can help you cover at least part of your overall education expenses. While finding a scholarship that is the right fit for your background, qualifications, course of study, and financial situation may seem daunting, there are a variety of options out there—you just have to know what to look for!Continue reading “Find the Right Scholarship for You”

Background Noise

by Krystal Mitchell A well-debated topic amongst scholars is whether listening to music while studying is beneficial as compared to not listening to music. Research has shown a link between certain types of music that can boost concentration and memory. However, others argue that background sounds can make it more difficult to concentrate and focus.Continue reading “Background Noise”

Test Prep with Wiley Efficient Learning

Since 1999, Wiley Efficient Learning Test Prep has continued to offer unlimited access to students while they study for their exams.  We offer the best guarantee in the business which is free electronic updates and use of the materials until you pass.  This is very helpful as many of students are working professionals and haveContinue reading “Test Prep with Wiley Efficient Learning”

Workplace Etiquette for Virtual Internships

If you are in college or looking to start your career, chances are you are familiar with virtual internships. Due to the past year, almost all internships turned virtual. There are positives and negatives to working in a virtual environment. Since we are all a little sick of working and learning from home at thisContinue reading “Workplace Etiquette for Virtual Internships”

Preparing for an Interview

I’m Peter Jeffrey, Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at Wiley. I wanted to focus on a few tips on preparing and conducting your upcoming interview.  The Job Advertisement First, let’s specifically focus on analyzing the job advertisement of the role that you are interviewing for.  Hiring teams and recruiters’ partner to create an accurate job adContinue reading “Preparing for an Interview”

Communication Skills Matter Most For New Hires

We know it’s important to market yourself virtually and keep your LinkedIn profile looking sharp to get the attention of recruiters. However, it’s also important to pay attention to the skillset you have to offer once you land the interview or phone screen. Communication skills have been identified as one of the top skills employersContinue reading “Communication Skills Matter Most For New Hires”