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Devamsha Gunput talks pairing a corporate career with social media, and how to be a financial hot girl

The sixth episode of our new YouTube series, Career Goals, is now available to watch, and it features guest, Devamsha Gunput.

In this episode of Career Goals, host Kelsey Haslam and Devamsha Gunput discuss all about Devamsha’s career so far. They explore how Dev got into accounting and finance while developing her personal passions for social media, creativity and sharing advice and stories with others.

This fun and relatable episode showcases how you can bridge your passions with your day-to-day work, and how important it is to develop a personal brand that aligns with your own values.

Key topics discussed

Introductions

Devamsha talks about what it’s like working for one of the big four, how she got into the accounting and finance industry and how she was supported as she started her side hustle in social media.

Never have I ever

Some truths are revealed in a game of Never have I ever. Some topics that are raised include regrets, transferable skills, and whether Devamsha has ever felt like she’s made a career move to appease her family members.

Industry myths

Kelsey reads out a series of statements to hear Devamsha’s views. They discuss themes such as whether finance is a stagnant field, the creativity behind the industry, and holidays and annual leave when working as an accountant.

Financial hot girl

Alongside Devamsha’s personal social media accounts, she is also in the process of developing a brand called ‘Financial Hot Girl.’ They talk about what a financial hot girl is, and what this means.

Final thoughts

Devamsha answers the closing question: what does ‘career goals’ mean to you?

Start your career journey

Like Dev, we all have to start from somewhere. If you’re looking to kickstart your career in accounting and finance, have a look at our professional qualifications.

Alternatively, if you believe an apprenticeship is the best route for you, you can browse through our vacancies or read more about how to talk to your employer about starting an apprenticeship.

If you’re still unsure about where to begin, contact our Student Services Team on 0161 259 7400 or by emailing studentservices@kaplan.co.uk.

Discover inspiring stories in our Career Goals YouTube series

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Devamsha Gunput talks pairing a corporate career with social media, and how to be a financial hot girl

The sixth episode of our new YouTube series, Career Goals, is now available to watch, and it features guest, Devamsha Gunput.

In this episode of Career Goals, host Kelsey Haslam and Devamsha Gunput discuss all about Devamsha’s career so far. They explore how Dev got into accounting and finance while developing her personal passions for social media, creativity and sharing advice and stories with others.

This fun and relatable episode showcases how you can bridge your passions with your day-to-day work, and how important it is to develop a personal brand that aligns with your own values.

Key topics discussed

Introductions

Devamsha talks about what it’s like working for one of the big four, how she got into the accounting and finance industry and how she was supported as she started her side hustle in social media.

Never have I ever

Some truths are revealed in a game of Never have I ever. Some topics that are raised include regrets, transferable skills, and whether Devamsha has ever felt like she’s made a career move to appease her family members.

Industry myths

Kelsey reads out a series of statements to hear Devamsha’s views. They discuss themes such as whether finance is a stagnant field, the creativity behind the industry, and holidays and annual leave when working as an accountant.

Financial hot girl

Alongside Devamsha’s personal social media accounts, she is also in the process of developing a brand called ‘Financial Hot Girl.’ They talk about what a financial hot girl is, and what this means.

Final thoughts

Devamsha answers the closing question: what does ‘career goals’ mean to you?

Start your career journey

Like Dev, we all have to start from somewhere. If you’re looking to kickstart your career in accounting and finance, have a look at our professional qualifications.

Alternatively, if you believe an apprenticeship is the best route for you, you can browse through our vacancies or read more about how to talk to your employer about starting an apprenticeship.

If you’re still unsure about where to begin, contact our Student Services Team on 0161 259 7400 or by emailing studentservices@kaplan.co.uk.

Discover inspiring stories in our Career Goals YouTube series

View all episodes

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