PracticeAccounting FirmsPractice careers guide – Autumn 2006

Practice careers guide - Autumn 2006

This guide will give you a flavour of what it’s like to stay on in practice after qualification. Working for a firm could bring financial and work/life benefits that you would not be able to find in general business, as well as a carefully structured career progression path that suits you.

This guide will give you a flavour of what it’s like to stay on in practice
after qualification. Working for a firm could bring financial and work/life
benefits that you would not be able to find in general business, as well as a
carefully structured career progression path that suits you.

Introduction: Stay put to move
up

Feature: Don’t fly too
soon

Profiles: Freedom to
explore

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