right now I work for a medium sized CPA firm with about 100 employees. We mainly do non-profit/government assisted type entities for audits, and I specifically do a lot of work on low-income housing projects. I have been here almost 10 months and am just about to pass the CPA exam, this being my first pubic accounting job. I know I do not want to be in public accounting nor do I want to work with real estate. My main career goal is to be in a place where I can work for an international company utilizing my ability to speak Japanese along with other Asian languages I plan to learn.
So I have had an opportunity to go for a job with KPMG and I wanted to know if tis would be a good career choice or if anyone has any other career tips for me. I do get a lot of responsibility at this job which I hear is not the case if I worked for KPMG.
Thanks for the help