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Series: Guardian Careers Guide
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Traditionally seen as one of the least exciting but safest career
areas accountants now find that the world is their oyster -- their
skills being required in all businesses from the City to charities,
schools to hospitals. The slow-moving, pen and ink ledgers have
gone, and the only connection with the past is that accountancy for
those who are successful remains a very well paid profession. It
has also become a lot more fun, as accountants find their skills
required across a wider range of organisations than ever before.
This allows more opportunity to specialise -- for instance it would
be possible to concentrate solely on the requirements of the health
service, whether for a GP fundholding practice of an opted out
hospital or a regional authority. Accountancy disciplines are
required there as much as in the most competitive of corporate
tigers. That leaves an enviable range of options from working for a
professional partnership to climbing the corporate ladder, to
working in the public sector to self-employment. This book will
explain all of them.
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