I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
How possible is it for a person studying in Russia to be an auditor find a job outside Russia without any difficulties considering the differences in accounting methods looking at the fact that Russia has not yet adopted the international financial reporting standards and are still using the Russian accounting standards.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
What entry level jobs does it give them? How much money can they earn?
I am a recent grad with a
Degree in International Business
Two minors in Spanish and Political Science.
and a 3.0 GPA
Is it possible to get any finance jobs with these and no prior experiance?
I want to know that what types of jobs are there in bank and what are the courses and institues for them ?
I am very good at math and it comes easily to me. I am good at problem solving and working with people. I don't have a problem with working at a desk but it would be nice if the job involved some outdoor activity. I am good with computers and technology. I have pretty good writing skills. I am only a sophomore in High school, but my grades are very good. Salary is a factor so if possible posting salary ranges would be helpful. I am open to any suggestions so please give me some ideas!
I'm having a bit of trouble with deciding on being an auditor or an accountant. Can anyone please give info about the differences between the two and if either of them allow for travel? I heard from somewhere that if you work for an international firm, then you might be able to travel while still working. Also, I was wondering what the pay and hours are like?
I have a BS in Management and want to work on the road. Besides traveling sales positions, what other job titles can I use to search for road warrior jobs?
I am 25 years old. One year on my resume, as an internal auditor, with heavy international travel, and a Masters in Accountancy. I hate accounting-I pursued my degree to get some money sense. I would like to run my own show one day. I took a job inland. When I started working, I planned on working for a year or two and then travelling. I have shelved the travel until I am financially independent, plus the fact that I have been to 6 countries in the last year for work. I still really want to go to Hawaii to surf. I know I am young enough, and in shape to go surf the big waves and fear that too much more time away from the water will take a serious toll on my surfing. I live in a growing metropolitan area, with a great potential to invest in real estate. I know the area will still be growing in a year.I am caught between surfing and starting to invest in real estate. I maxxed my Roth for the year. I would work almost any job to keep my current money. I have a free couch to stay on in HI.
I want to deal with finance, such as investment banking, but I always want to do something that is government related.
I am a high school student who seriously loves to travel. I am studying french and am fluent in Hindi, so I think I have the qualifications to do a job witha lot of international travel involved. However, I am not sure which majors would lead to the kinds of jobs that have these opportunities. Additionally, I'm not even sure what jobs allow for a lot of travel on the employer's dime. Ideas or suggestions?
Which career choice is the most demanding, which one has a lot more competition, and which career can I get with an undergrad BCOMM degree? Basically just looking for info on these choices
Thank you =)
I've started reading the business news daily but not sure how I would apply this to their organisation if asked. How can I obtain a more targeted knowledge of commercial awareness, so that I could apply what I read in the news to individual companies, ie the clients of an accountancy firm?
Should I tell them about my vacation at the interview. my vacation is only for three days and its already paid for.
I love traveling to new places and seeing the sites of the world. What's a good career path to persue for those who love to travel...like me?
I have an offer from a small public accounting firm specializing in government audit. I have gone through 3 interviews with an international, Fortune 500 construction/oil&gas company and an offer is likely.
The offer at the Fortune 500 company pays "better than public accounting" according to the director who interviewed me.
Which route should I choose, I am so torn?
I would appreciate responses only from senior to management level auditors or accountants in a senior, manager or controller position within private industry.
Auditor I will be visiting hotels doing quality audits thanks
Hi im taking accounting course (3 year course) in high school and i wonder what the outlook is. Im a junior and im on my 2nd year and i wonder if this job is worth it i mean im a good student and can become other profession which pay much much more so how much do accountants really make and do they have a lot of jobs.