Accounting Exit Opportunities
I am an associate in Tax. Wondering what are my exit opportunities and where I can go next besides public. I understand not all companies have internal tax teams.
Planning on accepting another job, if I get the offer...is it fucked up to leave knowing my team needs resources and that it would have a big impact on the upcoming project? Don't wanna f em over but
What's the process for leaving the firm? Is there a formal process that I have to go through or do I just tell my PML that I took another opportunity and I'm out in 2 weeks?
What kind of exit opportunities are available to an audit manager that specializes in private company services?
I really want to try management consulting but don’t know any connections to start.... not sure how to start the conversation at my own firm. Have an offer for a industry position..
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Can you share what quantitative details you’ve included in your resumes? I’ve worked 2 years in audit and am updating my resume. Thanks!
Are there any good paying jobs in Phoenix? I looking for a $70k+ job and currently have 2 years of PA.
As a B4 assurance manager, what do you choose between assistant controller (let's say, of a hospital system division -- not THE overall assistant controller) or VP Finance/CFO of a small university?
When is the time to put in two weeks? When you get the other offer? Or after you’ve processed all your paperwork?
Anyone else noticed recruiter messages are back up this week? I’ve been getting 2-3 daily starting Monday.
My fiancé is starting her residency in Miami mid June. I was hoping to start looking for jobs there around now. Very hard to find anything. Does anyone here know of any openings?
Was so close to switching from IT Audit to software engineering and then a global crisis occurs. Tough to keep my head up.
Should i pass the CPA before exiting. I want to leave PA and probably accounting altogether and look for more of a financial analyst type roll. Would it help get hired or higher salary?
What are some areas I should try to get exposure on if I want to switch to general industry accounting or internal audit (As in SCOTs / process areas)? Is it a problem if I’ve never done certain areas
1st year SA and want to exit into finance route. For people who’ve taken this route, would you recommend another year of work experience in finance or pursuing an MBA to help with that switc?
Is now a bad time to leave the security of public accounting even if my job offer is in accounting in an industry gig? Starting to really overthink this with all the uncertainty out there.