It will come as no surprise to the accountancy community that social media is now an integral part of the profession and has an increasing role in the job hunting process.
Recruitment firm Robert Half has revealed the top jobs in accountancy along with news that salaries within the profession are set to return to pre-recession levels this year.
KPMG is developing a new school leavers’ programme that will see the firm paying the full university and professional tuition fees of successful candidates.
Accountancy is faring well during the economic downturn with demand for staff up significantly year-on-year and competition fierce for new recruits.
In this classic contribution from the AccountingWEB.co.uk archive, recruitment partner Robert Half International provides an Expert Guide on job hunting.
UK businesses are struggling to find suitably qualified finance professionals, according to recruiter Robert Half.
Six out of ten FTSE100 companies are now run by qualified accountants – but a gender divide persists at the top.
The finance sector has had four consecutive quarters of improving profitability, but CFOs remain uneasy about the economic prospects for their companies over the next six months.
The Emergency Budget contained some signficant measures which will affect employers and the jobs market in general, according to business leaders and the CIPD.
Government spending cuts could see many accountants in the firing line over the coming months.