- May 28, 2021 at 4:25 pm #622069ThembaMember
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I am about to graduate in Accounting and Finance at uni, i also am working a full time job as an accounts assistant at a small company for 3 years now. I am at an inpass with that to do afterwards. I do not want to apply for graduate roles as generally they want people without experience and i feel like it would be similar work i have already done. I would like any advice on what paths I could take forward
What salary and roles should i expect to receive/apply for at this current level? i also intend to study acca afterwards?June 6, 2021 at 2:11 am #623341kisukesMember
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I guess it really depends on what area of this work interests you or if you have an inspirations on where you would see yourself say in 5 years down the line because I suppose the 3 main routes that most people take would be 1. Practise, 2. Industry or 3. Big four e.g. KPMG, PWC and etc.
Since you have already expressed interest in getting the ACCA qualification after your degree then one thing you should definitely look for is ACCA support in a company that you’re applying for. Not just the perks of having study leave and employee progression programs but what actual help are they willing to provide, e.g. training, study buddies, networking within the company with similar minded people.
I’ve worked in industry for 4 years now, so I can only make an assumption based on my experience and the country I reside in. A salary with similar experience and part qualified ACCA should give you a salary between mid 20k and low 30k euro range.
Hope this helps, if you have more questions feel free to ask awayJune 11, 2021 at 1:42 am #624580TristanLMember
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Generally, it ranges from 40k-69k$ a year if the good company and as you have experience.
Tristan LeroyAugust 11, 2021 at 10:51 am #631189resumeeraMember
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