Top Career Advice For Accountants. Tips To Help Your Accounting Career Rocket

The competition for accounting jobs is fierce. That’s not surprising given how strong a career it really is. 

That means you need to stand out from the crowd. 

We see far too many candidates who haven’t prepared properly. And it’s a lot easier to tell within that first interview than you think. Experienced interviewers know what to look and ask for.

So, what can you do about it? Well, getting stuck into our expanding list of career advice articles below will be a great start for you.

  • Top 10 Traits Of A Great Accountant - we count down the personal qualities that are most important, and what separates the best accountants from the rest of the pack.

  • Mock Job Interviews - these are the secret weapons that many accounting job candidates are not aware of but should be.

  • 12 Job Interview Tips - our job interview tips are a timeless guide to being ahead of 95% of your competition. 

  • How To Get A Salary Increase - getting a pay rise may seem impossible. It’s not. Illustrate your incredible work talents, skills, and efforts and watch what happens.

  • Requesting A Raise - here's another angle on how to make this scariest of prospects a lot less harder than it needs to be.

  • Financial Planning - when it comes to financial planning, many people have no plan. But if you want to pursue a career in accounting then understanding the fundamentals of solid financial planning is not optional.

  • Accounting Careers - is a career in accounting right for you? Answer these seven questions to make sure you don’t miss out on a great career opportunity.

  • Time Management Tips - building your arsenal of time management tips is an absolute necessity for accountants young and old.

  • Resume and Cover Letter Tips - A resume and cover letter are invaluable in gaining a winning edge in any job hunt. They are often the first impression so make it last!

  • What should an accounting resume look like? Want to make your accounting resume stand out? Then you need the CCAR Model.