Accounting: All About The Money

Michael Dosunmu

Accounting: All About The Money

“What we really need are people who can understand our clients, talk to them, and understand what is happening with their businesses,” says Dan Black.

JOB PROSPECT

The accounting profession industry is changing rapidly. Accounting means you will have the opportunity to work in almost any industry imaginable. Compensation varies according to the level of education, certification, and specializations. With the field experiencing rapid growth, now is an excellent time to start planning for your career in accounting.

Accountants must also possess a high degree of integrity. And because they’re constantly interacting with clients, accountants should be effective communicators.

ACCOUNTING CAREERS

SALARY EXPECTATIONS

As an accountant, you do need to earn additional accounting credits beyond your bachelor’s degree because average starting salary for a BSC holder is about N70,000, but with a little more experience, you can earn an average starting salary of N97,500.

The statistics show that: Accountants are rank #3 in Best Business Jobs. Jobs are ranked according to their ability to offer an elusive mix of factors.

Accountants are also ranked:

·         #5 in Best STEM Jobs

·         #24 in The 100 Best Jobs

Accounting: All About The Money

CAREER DEMAND IN WORK-FIELD

Accounting is a field that will always be in demand and it is a field that you can continue to grow and move up inside your company.

A new study examining and demand trends in accounting found that the profession is thriving with college enrollments, degrees awarded, and demand for new accounting graduates all reaching all-time high.

SOME UNIVERSITIES TO STUDY ACCOUNTING

  • University of Bath (UK)
  • Thompson Rivers University (CANADA)
  • Alliance University (USA)
  • Universidad Catolica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM) (SPAIN)

To make inquiries or begin an application at Foundation, Undergraduate, University transfer and Postgraduate levels in Accounting, do speak with our experienced career counselors at Degrees&Careers by emailing [email protected]

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