In this video, I discuss the outlook of the accounting profession. According to the Wall Street Journal, 300,000 U.S. accountants and auditors have left their jobs in the past two years, that’s a 17% decline.
Are the accounting & tax professions dying like some say? Is it too difficult to work in public accounting with the long hours and tedious work? Is a CPA even worth it anymore?
I share my insights for those looking into the field of accounting or becoming a CPA, and insights into how technology can impact the field of accounting and taxes.
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