Accounting Exit Opportunities
Best place to learn about other (non-accounting) opportunities? I’m an A2 in Audit, not getting my CPA, and I want to leave accounting, but don’t know the best place to go next/what else is out there
Thoughts on plan? Do one busy season as audit S1 => move to FDD at another firm (top 6) for 2 -3 years => MBA (top 15) => investment banking (middle market)
Would you accept a counter offer from your current employer? Curious if folks have done this in the past and how their experiences were like. Any consequences?
How difficult is it to get a job at PCAOB? I’m interested in either PCAOB or big 4 quality / professional practice team LT, and wondering how I should prepare.
I am a senior rank 1 and I received an offer on linkedin to be a tax manager. How legitimate is this if they know I have only been in the profession about 3 years?
For industry job postings that say “previous monthly close experience preferred/required”, how do you handle that if you only have public experience? Any tips on presenting myself as qualified?
How do I frame it up in cover letter to prevent being dismissed as "overqualified" that I want to step back from higher level responsibility for a different role??? Need lifestyle change.
Have any of you seen the implications of leaving without a new gig lined up? I’m in my 5th busy season and have wanted to quit for about 3.5 years. I’m not angry, desperate, etc. just want a break.
It seems really easy to get a job offer going from one public firm to another currently. Even If it's a small firm to a bigger firm and getting a pay bump.
All I want is a job with a casual dress policy, unlimited pto and less than 30 min commute. (I’m in nyc so the commute shouldn’t be too hard) do you think that’s asking for too much?
What have you found is the best site to search for jobs? Linkedin seems to send not just jobs based on my filter but a bunch of others too. Continually sorting through loads of info.
The more I look into it, the more I'm thinking of making the jump to a government job. Won't be rich, but never really wanted to be in the first place. Anyone have any experience with this?
Second guessing going to a larger accounting firm.. local to national. Giving notice tomorrow. Liked at current firm and enjoy public accounting. Anyone have any thoughts
If I have an offer from a competing B4 dated 6months ahead, do I need to notify when I accept/sign or that 6months later?
Anyone actually gets a call from a company when applying directly on their website? I always get interviews when recruiters send my resume but never got a call if I apply directly...