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• Diverse career paths
• Excellent compensation and benefits
• Job portability, marketable skill
• Motivated, career-oriented individuals
• Rewarding and challenging
• Wide-array of jobs options

Advantages of Being an Accountant from Career Guide

Benefits of Becoming an Accountant from Florida National University



Choosing a CPA Career Path in Academia from UWorld
How to Get an Academic Job in Finance from Investopedia
Job Postings: Accounting and Finance in the Chronicle of Higher Education
Understanding Accounting Professionals' Reasons for Joining Academia from CPA Journal


Accounting Careers and Entrepreneurship from The Accounting Path
From the Big Four to Small Entrepreneurship from CPA Journal
The Rise of the Accounting Entrepreneur from Accounting Today
Why Entrepreneurs Need Accountants by Their Side from Maryvale University

Government/Public Sector

Become a Government Accountant from University HQ
Career Path: Government Accountant from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Government Accounting Careers from
Government Accounting Jobs from Best Accredited Colleges


Accounting Jobs at Nonprofit Organizations from Top Accounting Degrees website
Nonprofit Accounting Jobs from
What Does Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations Entail? from University of North Dakota

Private Industry and Public Accounting

Public Accountants vs. Private Accountants: Everything You Need to Know from Concordia University St. Paul
Public Accounting vs. Private Accounting from Western Governors University
Public vs. Private Accounting: What They Are and Key Differences from Bay Atlantic University

Additional Occupational Exploration: Accounting and Business Sectors

California Career Zone: Financial Services Pathway
This pathway may include programs of study for accounting, banking, securities and investments, and other financial specializations.

Career Coach: Finance and Accounting

Career OneStop: Accountants and Auditors

Occupational Outlook Handbook: Business and Financial Sector
From this Bureau of Labor Statistics OOH website, you may view and compare occupations from accountants and auditors to tax examiners and revenue agents. In addition, information such as job summaries, education level requirements and median pay for numerous listings in the accounting-related field is also provided.

O*Net Online: Business and Financial Operations
Groups of occupations based on work performed, skills, education, training, and credentials

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