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KEY SKILLS

  • Communication

  • Numeracy

  • Time management

  • Commercial awareness

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Organization

  • Innovation

  • Understanding

  • Commercial Awareness

  • Enthusiasm

  • Initiative

  • Credibility/Integrity

  • Resilience

  • Stability

  • International work experience

PROS

  • It is a stable career job option.

  • You’ll have the potential for professional growth

  • High in demand

  • Job security

CONS

  • If you venture into this field, the learning doesn’t stop once you’ve earned your degree

  • It is usually functional with regular working hours except for when you have to be a deadline-cop

  • It could be a stressful job

  • The salary is competitive

OPPORTUNITY TYPES

GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Companies

  • Freelancer

  • Agencies

  • Business

  • Firms

  • Multi-national

  • Corporations

  • Accountancy firms

  • You are proficient with numbers, as your daily tasks require substantial time looking at numbers and trying to frame them in ways to best help the clients

  • You can find creative ways to save money

  • You love calculations

  • You know how to do the paperwork

  • You can explain taxes in simple terms

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Interesting Facts about the career

  • The father of accounting, Luca Pacioli taught Leonardo da Vinci. Luca Pacioli was an Italian accountant and mathematician. He developed the field of Luca Pacioli was an Italian accountant and mathematician. He developed the field of accounting, and he is sometimes referred to as its father. He also collaborated with Leonardo da Vinci, teaching him mathematics, and may have worked with him on a book of chess strategy. 

  • Accountants control the ballots for the Oscars. Interestingly, Pricewaterhouse Coopers is the accountancy firm that is responsible for tallying the votes!

  • Income tax was originally introduced as a temporary measure to finance the war against France. On 9 January 1799, British Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger introduced the income tax to help cover the cost of his country’s wars with France.

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