Our nation is facing a significant shortfall in young people entering the workforce as accountants. Setting aside the joy of accountants wanting to become lion tamers
Firms hand recent graduates fatter offers and juicier opportunities with more responsibility, while also working to change perceptions, in a bid to boost ranks
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It is no secret that the US is facing a serious shortage of accounting professionals and that will result in dire circumstances for the CPA profession and the market for CPA firm services. The latter point is always overlooked.
The number of U.S. students completing a Bachelor’s degree in accounting fell about 8% in the 2019-2020 school year compared with the 2011-2012 period, shrinking to 52,481 graduates from 57,482, according to a 2021 report from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.