WELCOME to Young Professionals Day on Accountancy Age.
Today we present a cross-section of the UK’s brightest accounting talents with our 35 under for 2012. From practice to business, and the public sector, the 35 under 35 for 2012 showcases a wide variety of achievements and skills held by the latest generation of accountants.
We also deal with some of the biggest issues that younger accountants face: which direction to take their career; how to promote themselves and netowrk; and what the great expectations they have of their employers.
Join us on Twitter using the hashtag #AAYP for more discussion about the generation X, and Y, finance professionals.
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