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But corporate employers raise starting pay. While most new college graduates are just happy to get a job this Spring, they’re probably happier going to work in business and industry because that’s where the money is. Starting salaries in public accounting are sinking … Continued
But they bill for it too. The best firms, according to INSIDE Public Accounting, start paying more from the first day and from the bottom up. For instance, IPA’s Best of the Best pay new graduates about $55,000, compared to … Continued
Hint: It’s not all about money. And your answers could help you to better understand your clients. How do you define success? Join the survey, see what your peers are saying. In a CPA Trendlines straw poll of accountants about … Continued
Employers should “focus on the areas which will drive job satisfaction to create a happier environment.”
Marc Rosenberg, author of The Rosenberg MAP Survey, says too many CPA firms fail to heed their own advice to clients: They don’t run their firms like a business.
Recession sees big drop in accounting and bookkeeping employment. by Rick Telberg As headcounts in the accounting and bookkeeping industries continue to decline, a new CPA Trendlines analysis suggests that partners and senior managers are taking on more of the … Continued