cpa hiring rises as number of new grads continues to decline

plus: where the new entry-level jobs are.

source: ideps, aicpa

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the accounting industry has long worried about the gradual disappearance of the profession – not for lack of need, but for lack of professionals.

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let’s face it – accounting isn’t especially attractive to college students. it has a reputation for being dull, and anyone who has talked with experienced practitioners knows that a job can require long hours.

and then there are the extra hours of study required to pass the cpa exam. and then there are the years of work (and relatively low pay) required to really learn accountancy. and then there’s the cpe needed – official and un – just to keep up with changing rules and regs.

but there are upsides, too.