Recently Qualified?: Tackling Challenges in a Changed Market

Lanigan, Karin
February 2009
Accountancy Ireland;Feb2009, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p74
Trade Publication
The article discusses some challenges seen in the employment market which has encountered a significant and rapid change in 2008 in Ireland. According to the author, there is still a steady requirement for quality Charetered Accountants across all sectors of the economy. It is advised that an accountant should determine factors in seeking a role, sector and career progression. In addition, during this economic crisis, one should aim high and prevent limiting his ambitions.


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