BusinessPeople In BusinessWin £1000 worth of travel vouchers – if you tell us about your working life

Win £1000 worth of travel vouchers - if you tell us about your working life

Picking your brains could win you £1,000 worth of travel

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We want to know what you think about work. How do you see yourself, how do
others perceive the profession, what are your ambitions, where do you want to
work and what kind of job do you want?

Over the next four weeks we’ll be undertaking research in conjunction with
CPA Australia to find out what you the readers are thinking and if you fill in
our survey each week you could win £1,000 in travel vouchers in our prize draw.

This week we want to know why more and more Australian accountants are coming
to the UK; whether you’d like to work abroad yourself and where you’d prefer to
be?

In 2005 CPA Australia opened a London office for the first time because of
the sheer number of members coming to the UK, demonstrating the changes in
working habits underway. For the chance to win £1,000 worth of travel, go to our
website now.

To take part each week for the next four weeks, find the competition on
our home page
www.accountancyage.com
or go direct to
www.accountancyage.com/travelcomp

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