When people dream of their ideal job, TS bets many will revolve around doing it on a sun drenched tropical island paradise. But surprisingly, a lot of women don’t seem willing to take a chance and follow that dream.
In Bermuda, despite having the third largest insurance industry in the world, there is a chronic shortage of female accountants, a fact which seems to be hitting the male accountants out there the hardest.
Things have got so bad that on a recent trip to the island the MD of a recruitment company found that female company was the overwhelming wish for accountants on the island.
So ladies, if you’ve ever dreamed of going through the books lying on a beach drinking a cocktail from a coconut shell, and having a bunch of slavering male accountants hanging around you, now could be the time to make a change.
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