The demand for accountants has never been higher, and accountants' job opportunities have never been more diverse
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) April 18, 2007
In response to the accounting industry's tremendous growth, All Business Schools (http://www.allbusinessschools.com), the leading Internet resource for business degrees and careers, has launched a comprehensive Accounting Career Resource Guide. Comprised of accounting career advice articles and information, including easily comparable career path charts, the guide provides the information necessary to decide what type of accounting career to pursue and what kind of education is necessary to succeed in the field. The resource center can be found at: http://www.allbusinessschools.com/faqs/accounting-career-resource-guide.php
"The demand for accountants has never been higher, and accountants' job opportunities have never been more diverse," says Doug Rosenberg, product manager for All Business Schools. "With public, management and forensic accounting specialties available, a modern career in accounting entails far more than the antiquated 'bean counter' stereotype. The Accounting Career Resource Guide is designed to lead people through this newly diversified and exciting field."
Indeed, over the past several years the accounting industry has expanded rapidly, in terms of both jobs and prestige. Widely-publicized accounting scandals like Enron raised awareness about the need for reliable, ethical, and strong accounting practices. Companies reacted accordingly, hiring more accountants, raising salaries, and boosting accountants' job status.
The Accounting Career Resource Center is organized into sections about accounting careers and accounting degrees. The career section breaks down the three main accounting specialties -- public accounting, management accounting, and forensic accounting -- into detailed career paths, listing what kind of education and experience is needed in each to climb the ladder. The degrees section provides a look at the different accounting degrees, using a "by the numbers" format to detail what each degree type entails and explaining what kind of knowledge and skills the degree will provide.
Additionally, the Accounting Career Resource Center takes a lighthearted approach to the field, incorporating fun facts and trivia about celebrity accountants, accountants in sports, and accountants readers may recognize from popular TV shows.
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