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David in Colorado Springs, Colorado

78 months ago

Just apply. Many will take you and start you out at easier tasks and then move you on within the year. Or start at a bookkeeping position or A/R and A/P.

I would almost bet you got a job by now. I just wish I had taken the CPA when I was younger.

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zora in Upland, California

78 months ago

Dianne in Saint Paul, Minnesota said: You are absolutely right. CPA is of no value till you have some experience..once you have two years of experience thn CPA can really add value.

Have you found work yet? i'm debating or rather i should take my cpa or if i should go on to grad school and major in heath care management since I have much healthcare experience, and zero accounting experience. I'm not sure what the market is like for those who have passed the exam but have no experience. any advice?

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Dianne in Saint Paul, Minnesota

77 months ago

I would say passing the exam with no experience is not good enough. IT is really tough to get a job that way.

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Amy in Cincinnati, Ohio

76 months ago

I have passed CPA exam currently and began to search for a job. I focus on corporate accounting positions.Only recruiting companies called me. Both my GPA and CPA scores are very high. However, no response as Nikki said. Most employers right now use taleo.com software to sceen applicants' resumes. I think resumes without experience will be screwed out by the software.

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Kirk Ward in Ellijay, Georgia

75 months ago

Taslima,

See my comment to Dianne just above yours. If you have any predilection for "Rainmaking," almost any medium or regional firm will be interested in you.

Kirk

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Taslima Aktar in West Palm Beach, Florida

75 months ago

Kirk Ward in Ellijay, Georgia said: Taslima,

See my comment to Dianne just above yours. If you have any predilection for "Rainmaking," almost any medium or regional firm will be interested in you.

Kirk

I am new in USA and dont have any work experience in USA. But I have around one and half year experience in Accounting field in overseas... so I should start an office work first I think.

Thanks for you tips.
Taslima

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Kirk Ward in Ellijay, Georgia

75 months ago

Taslima Aktar in West Palm Beach, Florida said: I am new in USA and dont have any work experience in USA. But I have around one and half year experience in Accounting field in overseas... so I should start an office work first I think.

Thanks for you tips.
Taslima


Taslima,

If you want to start in office work, see if you can network among any groups or societys you might belong to. If you're new to the US, maybe there are other ex-pat's from your home who can lead you to small firms in your area. West Palm is a dynamic area, and there is a lot of opportunity there, which you can best approach by networking with people you know and who are familiar with you and your habits.

Best of luck.
Kirk

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Vale Vacc in Vail, Colorado

75 months ago

Taslima, you are hitting a brick wall because your education is not from the U.S. The key to getting employment in this country is through colleges and universities, where employers often recruit for entry-level positions. I am sure that your skills are exceptional, but people here want to see names of schools that they know: FAU, UCF, Nova, FIU, etc. Also, keep in mind that many employers that hire want to see eligibility to sit for the CPA exam in the U.S. Do you have the 150 college credits or 36 accounting credits to sit for the Florida CPA exam? If not, this may be the reason why you are having little luck. If you apply to a school in your area and convert your foreign credits through Florida's State Board of Accountancy, I am sure that things will start opening up for you.

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Hal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

75 months ago

How about online database work.
It can relate to accounting.

Much regards,
www.selfhelpgrowing.com

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Lakshmi in Trenton, New Jersey

74 months ago

I completed my CPA exams last month. I am also a computer graduate. I do not have any work experience. Everywhere the employers are asking for experience. I spoke to many recruiters. But I did not get any response. I am even applying for internships. But I am not getting any responses. Can anyone please advise me?

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Andy in Miami, Florida

74 months ago

I guess I am not alone. After all those hours of studying to get a job, life screws you and says, but you need something else! Let's face it, life sucks and the job market is all a big, disgusting game. The ones who enjoy it are the ones who have jobs. The HR ..astards enjoy it even more, as they get a high having control over other people's lives.

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Lakshmi in Trenton, New Jersey

74 months ago

Thank you very much for your advice. You are so right, talking to the recruiters is definetly not a good idea. Let me approach my professors and others and see if that works.
Andy, our hardwork should never fail. It should pay us back. Good Luck ! Wishing you all success !

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Alica in Staten Island, New York

74 months ago

I passed the CPA exam in 2004 and took an accounting job in government. Would a masters in accounting help me get a position in public accounting?

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varsha.singh@gmail.com in Bridgewater, New Jersey

74 months ago

Lakshmi in Trenton, New Jersey said: I completed my CPA exams last month. I am also a computer graduate. I do not have any work experience. Everywhere the employers are asking for experience. I spoke to many recruiters. But I did not get any response. I am even applying for internships. But I am not getting any responses. Can anyone please advise me?

Can u please call me again

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Chymeka in Lithonia, Georgia

74 months ago

Alonzo in Valdosta, Georgia said: I haven't taken the CPA exam yet, I wanted to get some experience first. I finished my accounting degree in May 08 and have placed my resume on every available site, but not one interview. Every publication tells me that accountants are in high demand, but the market seems not to agree. Because I didn't get experience earlier while pursuing my education, how do I get experience now. I changed career field after 20+ years in the work force, I thought I was moving in the direction of the new job market, but again I seem to be running into a wall. Help!!!!!

Same thing happen to me Alonzo. I got my BA in Accounting. I was told have better chance at passing the CPA exam if took graduate courses. I waited to go back to school because needed income at the time. I ran into a wall, could not find an accounting job. Moved and still no luck. Went ahead and went to graduate school and got my MBA but still no accounting job. So, after all this time of chasing this accounting job, I still have not used any degree I work so hard for. Oh yeah, have tried volunteering, internship, and temp jobs. No direct accounting job. Any advise??

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Kathia in San Antonio, Texas

73 months ago

Alonzo in Valdosta, Georgia said: I haven't taken the CPA exam yet, I wanted to get some experience first. I finished my accounting degree in May 08 and have placed my resume on every available site, but not one interview. Every publication tells me that accountants are in high demand, but the market seems not to agree. Because I didn't get experience earlier while pursuing my education, how do I get experience now. I changed career field after 20+ years in the work force, I thought I was moving in the direction of the new job market, but again I seem to be running into a wall. Help!!!!!

I have the same problem, I recently graduated with a bachelors in Accounting with a high GPA, because I worked a clerical job at a corporation while attending school I do not have any accounting experience. I have sent my resume to at least 10 CPA firms, posted my resume on numerous websites, registered with RH and other staffing agencies and no luck. It is frustrating when you think you are the right path and no results. What it comes down to if you do not do an internship you are pretty much out of luck.

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deansuraci in Cornwall, New York

73 months ago

Back when I was coming out of college with my accounting degree all firms would give you a chance, and with no CPA license. (not the big Accounting firms however, different animal) And, on top of that, I never did an accounting internship while in school.

All I can say is keep trying.

Employers and Recruiters nowadays are very very anal and have bigtime tunnel vision when selecting candidates in all fields, not just accounting. 15 years ago, you go for an interview or two and if they liked you, you got the job. Nowadays, you go thru 4 interviews and they want a laundry list of qualifications. And, most employees today leave after getting hired after 3 years or so-no loyalty. So, it's not like employers are choosing the right candidates.

Good Luck and I wish you all the best.

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dharani in Bridgewater, New Jersey

73 months ago

varsha.singh@gmail.com in Bridgewater, New Jersey said: Can u please call me again

Hi , I am in the same boat . I passed two parts of the CPA exam , taking the other two in OCT/Nov and desperately trying for a job . I have an MBA from India but no work experience here .

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Jeffrey in Los Angeles, California

73 months ago

same situation. I am volunteering as accounting clerk now. I have to pay my own expenses, such as transportation and food. it is wired when you work so hard, you do not get any compensation for it. wish i would find a real accounting job.

advise: you are still looking for an accounting job. do not waste time for waiting. go for any chance and possibility.

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Janie T in Port Saint Lucie, Florida

72 months ago

I have already taken 3 parts of the CPA exam. I am scheduled to take the last part in January 2009, after the new work experience requirement for licensure takes effect. Does anyone know if I will be grandfathered in since I started the process of taking the exam prior to the new work experience requirement?
If not, and I infact will need 1 yr's work experience, can anyone tell me what is qualified work experience? Does it have to be full-time or will part time suffice? Also, does it have to be paid experience or does internship experience qualify? I would appreciate any responses to these questions. Thank you.

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Alicia in New York, New York

72 months ago

Has to be paid work under the direction of a CPA.

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TJ in Mableton, Georgia

72 months ago

I plan to sit for my CPA exam in Georgia in 2009 but I won't have 5 years work experience under a CPA until 2011. Will the CPA scores expire?

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Bryan in Pass Christian, Mississippi

70 months ago

Janie T in Port Saint Lucie, Florida said: I have already taken 3 parts of the CPA exam. I am scheduled to take the last part in January 2009, after the new work experience requirement for licensure takes effect. Does anyone know if I will be grandfathered in since I started the process of taking the exam prior to the new work experience requirement?
If not, and I infact will need 1 yr's work experience, can anyone tell me what is qualified work experience? Does it have to be full-time or will part time suffice? Also, does it have to be paid experience or does internship experience qualify? I would appreciate any responses to these questions. Thank you.

You are only grandfathered in if you obtained your qualifications before they announced the changes. However, there is not much difference between a first year CPA and someone who has passed the CPA examination but must obtain 1 year's experience working under a CPA.

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

70 months ago

Woah. It sounds as if things are tough all over. I finished my MBA in 2006, and have already passed 2 of the CPA exams. I'll take the other two in early 2009.

I have not found recruiters helpful at all, but then I have been working for most of the last 35 years, and from my experience, that has always been the case.

I may have to work for a CPA for free just to get a license. We'll all be on welfare by then. My husband is 68 and I'm 54. If you guys are under 30, you should be thankful, because it could be a lot worse, though I guess it doesn't seem that way to you.

Good luck to all in the New Year. Hopefully better days are coming.

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jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia

69 months ago

Mary in Belmar, New Jersey said: Woah. It sounds as if things are tough all over. I finished my MBA in 2006, and have already passed 2 of the CPA exams. I'll take the other two in early 2009.

I have not found recruiters helpful at all, but then I have been working for most of the last 35 years, and from my experience, that has always been the case.

I may have to work for a CPA for free just to get a license. We'll all be on welfare by then. My husband is 68 and I'm 54. If you guys are under 30, you should be thankful, because it could be a lot worse, though I guess it doesn't seem that way to you.

Good luck to all in the New Year. Hopefully better days are coming.

Mary, I admire your hard work! You are my inspiration.

I am a 44 year old stay-at-home mom. To go back to the workforce, I have taken accounting courses and studied for the CPA exam. I have recently passed all the sections with excellent scores. I have started applying for job and working with recruiters, but my lack of experience in accounting (I was in Marketing before I became a stay-at-home) makes things even harder. Knowing that you are working hard at age of 54 is a great encouragement for me! There must be a way. Good luck with the last two sections!

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia said: Mary, I admire your hard work! You are my inspiration.
(snip)

Knowing that you are working hard at age of 54 is a great encouragement for me! There must be a way. Good luck with the last two sections!

Jinmo, people like you make me glad there's an Internet. You inspire ME. And since I wrote that post, I have actually gotten a few interviews. I'm really hoping for a job I interviewed for last week. But they had a SHEAF of resumes on the desk, so we'll see.

That's *awesome,* passing all 4 parts of the CPA exam!

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

Jinmo,my_Spacebar_is_frozen_because_I_just_spilled_coffee_all_over_it!

I'd_like_to_stay_in_touch.But_BRAVA!_to_you_for_pasing_the_CPA_exam,_and_passing_with_high_scores_to_boot!

You're_right!There_MUST_be_a_way!OK_well_I'd_better_let_this_keyboard_dry.Thanks_again_for_your_encouragement.

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

oops_I_meant_"passing",_not_"pasing."Shame_on_me.

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Mary in Belmar

69 months ago

I'm on my "CrackBerry" now so I will return, hopefully with something useful to say.This is way too slow.

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jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia

69 months ago

Mary! It's great that you got those interviews!! It is very encouraging! I am even having a tough time to get an interview with a temp agency... As soon as they notice a blank in my resume and no hands-on experience in accounting, that's it. I think you are very wise to start looking before you pass all sections. In my case, with two young kids, I've decided to concentrate on the exam first instead of shuffling several things at a time. I worked so hard for the exam and I am proud of myself passing it with good scores, but now my self esteem is rolling down the hill.... I hope your key board dried up okay.

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia said: Mary! It's great that you got those interviews!! It is very encouraging! I am even having a tough time to get an interview with a temp agency...[snip].... I hope your key board dried up okay.

Hi, Jin! I'm using the keyboard to my last PC. I never throw out peripherals unless they're totally fried.

No no no! Don't EVER let your self confidence flag. Just slap your hand when you find yourself doing that. My accounting professor from B-school is an AMAZING woman. She is older now, but still teaching at 2 B-schools, one in NY and one here in NJ, but she actually helped write FASBs! She's still very plugged in to the regulatory "inside," though she's been in academia for a long time now.

She told us that we HAVE to find ways to motivate ourselves. She said that what she used to do was hum "the graduation song" (I guess "Pomp and Circumstance"). She was pregnant when she took the CPA exam, and was sworn in with a baby in her arms. And she did it at a time where accounting was still mostly a man's profession, She's the one who pushed me toward taking the CPA exam when I had never even dreamed of *attempting* that.

She's still a force to be reckoned with. I use her as inspiration, even though I can succumb to self-doubt every now and then.

You're still the same woman who passed the entire CPA exam.

I was thinking that you might find it helpful to learn an accounting software package like QuickBooks. They usually have adult-ed courses at local schools here. And Intuit offers courses too. And brush off your Office skills. They want people who know Office, Quickbooks, Peachtree, etc.

You can become certified in an MS Office module (like Excel), or as a MS Office Specialist. Anything like that will help to establish your "currency" with employers who may not realize that some of us have been using business software since 1985 (in my case). The credential gives you something to hang your hat on

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jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia

69 months ago

Mary, what a nice story! I totally agree. People assume that those very successful people are just extremely talented or very lucky, but what makes them great is, I guess, determination to be positive, determination to be optimistic, and determination to laugh at oneself in adversity and make things better next time. I will be like that for myself and for my kids. I like to be a role model for them. Well but once in a while I have this little devil whispering in my head, telling me thing I do not want to hear...

Yes, thanks for the advise on learning those software. That was exactly I was thinking yesterday. Good thing that I am getting a lots of useful info from this forum.

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roant in Bronx, New York

69 months ago

Well guys all i can say is that we are in the same boat and persistency is the answer, dont give up. I just took the last section i needed; have sent my resume to a numerous employers and staffing companies and all i get back is calls from companies trying to hire me as a sales-man.

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David in San Diego, California

69 months ago

What was your GPA? I have a 3.5, and I just graduated last August, and I'm still having a very difficult time finding anything. Granted, my first few interviews weren't so great, and all I really had were the good grades, so I think it's a small miracle that I got interviews (from 2 of the big 4) in the first place.

I've spent a lot of time refining my skills, but it still seems like no matter how well the interview goes, I never get offered anything. Frankly, I'm tempted to take a "sales" type job in the meantime, if only to make my resume more diverse.

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roant in Bronx, New York

69 months ago

My GPA was 3.81 but i think that after 3.0 we all look the same. I think the sales experience is good, but i have a job now and i won't leave unless it is for a job where i can get something directly related to accoounting the reason being that i have to take i pay cut and if i won't get the experience i want i rather wait for the accounting job.

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David in San Diego, California

69 months ago

So I assume it's the sales job you're working now?

It certainly couldn't hurt. If you wanted to enter the accounting world, you've got to sell to make partner. :)

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

I've gotten "salesperson" interviews too; that's really weird. I haven't accepted them because I can't sell, period. I don't like being pitched, and I don't like pitching, especially when it comes to financial products. But if things were otherwise I would definitely take a sales job.

I think I'm just going to start sending out resumes on my own; that's how I've gotten every job I've ever had.

David, Jinmo, all of you, hang in there. Roant is right. Just keep on plugging.
And Happy Valentine's to all.

Jinmo, I'm now going back to spending more time studying for the 2 other tests. I need to get them over with.

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David in Los Angeles, California

69 months ago

(I'm traveling now so my location keeps changing...)

I'm reaching the point where I wouldn't mind the prospecting - even cold calling if I have to. If anything, I'd be *more* uncomfortable selling to friends and family, especially if they don't necessarily need what I'd be selling.

I had a financial advisor interview a couple of weeks back, but I pretty much backed out because it was apparent that I had to sell to friends and family. The thing is - I'd honestly love to be a financial advisor to people I don't know beforehand (and that includes the selling), but I know that my family already has their finances taken care of, and my friends might not be able to afford it. If I'm really desperate, I might give it another look though. :|

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Mary in Belmar

69 months ago

We could always go to bartending school. I have a feeling that boozing is a growth market for the near future! Think of the networking possibilities!

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Mary in Belmar

69 months ago

Jinmo, you might also look at other accounting or tax certifications. My work experience was in management accounting, so I am thinking of getting a CMA designation down the road. But there are also Certified Fraud Examiner and other subspecialty designations.

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Mary in Belmar

69 months ago

When you took BEC you probably answered questions that were right out of CMA exams.

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jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia

69 months ago

Yeah, Mary, if I need to get anther certification, I think I can study had and handle that okay, but I guess w/o hands-on experience, even if you have couple impressive certification, you have a trouble to land on a job?? What I yearn now is getting some EXPERIENCE!!!

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

I know you want experience, Jinmo.

Have you investigated the AICPA's website(there are local chapters too, and they host seminars and things that might be good networking opportunities)? I really don't know how helpful they'd be, but someone there might be able to give you a local lead. I'm an associate member now, and I was a student member in grad school. It's not free, but it might help.

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jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia

69 months ago

Yes, Mary that is something I need to do. I am also trying to get my hands dirty with Quickbooks. Are you familiar with the software? Do you recommend a course or just buy it and play around with it with a manual?

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Mary in Belmar, New Jersey

69 months ago

jinmo in Charlottesville, Virginia said: Yes, Mary that is something I need to do. I am also trying to get my hands dirty with Quickbooks. Are you familiar with the software? Do you recommend a course or just buy it and play around with it with a manual?

I'm familiar with QB. A lot of small businesses use it and that's often how we got their interim financial information when I was going monthly write-up work.

I'm not wild about QB (I think it makes it too easy for new users to make mistakes), but it isn't hard to learn at all. None of them are. Go to Intuit's website to see what they offer. I've never taken one of their courses, but I imagine they're good, and they have a large internet community. If you want to brush up on Office, I suggest you start at Microsoft.com; I do know that they have online learning and various kinds of certifications that will help you stand out. They're not cheap but they're not bad either.

You may also want to see what adult-ed courses are being offered in your local school district. They always have computer classes doing on, and you get the benefit of classroom instruction (I always learn more in a live classroom setting.)

Cheers!

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paul in Bronx, New York

69 months ago

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

I went that route . . .took a sales job until . . .Ended up staying there almost 5 years before I realized I was wasting my life. The money is always good but, it never lasts . . . .or we slow down. lolololololol

I think if you did well in school & this is a career you want you have to keep pushing. I don't know your areas industry to well . . .. you may have to try at a few mid-size. Be personable!!! Internships are real important. Here in NY its who you know.

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paul in Bronx, New York

69 months ago

That could be a trap too. Believe me, years go bye. Start having to pay life's BIG bills . . . . .Sometimes a small step back on the right path is good. I've been contemplating temp work!! Gotta get that year experience.

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paul in Bronx, New York

69 months ago

Thats a great idea. I went to a few events & made some pretty good contacts. It helps keep you sharp.

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David in Carlsbad, California

69 months ago

paul in Bronx, New York said: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

I went that route . . .took a sales job until . . .Ended up staying there almost 5 years before I realized I was wasting my life. The money is always good but, it never lasts . . . .or we slow down. lolololololol

I'm not too sure I agree with that. I mean, I'm dangerously close to having to take one just to pay the bills. I figure if the work environment is so undesirable, it'd motivate me to find an accounting job anyway. And frankly, with my lackluster experience in finding an accounting job, I've lost a bit of interest. I think if I had to resort to an AP/AR type job with a BA degree, I'd be motivated to find a *sales* job!

[quote]I think if you did well in school & this is a career you want you have to keep pushing. I don't know your areas industry to well . . .. you may have to try at a few mid-size. Be personable!!! Internships are real important. Here in NY its who you know.And it's hard to find a proper internship when I've already graduated. It doesn't help much that I don't really 'know' anyone.

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TERESA in Port Jefferson Station, New York

69 months ago

I am 41 years old and I just graduated with a BA in Accounting in May '08. I am planning on sitting for the CPA exam within the next few months. I am also finding it hard to obtain a job in a public firm without any experience. Reading your comments have helped me to feel a little better because it is very easy to become discouraged and lose confidence in yourself. I wish you luck in your search and look forward to reading other comments in this forum.

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