which areas of expertise are needed for the future


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packc516

So, which areas of expertise do you think are needed for the future?

Corporate Finance
Corporate Recovery / Liquidation
Auditing
Taxation

industry experience / expertise (high tech, biolife, health, mfg, dist ...)
information systems
management consulting, human resources
teaching / publishing / research
drafting agreements (licensing, distribution, customer, employee,
shareholder, financing ...)
international business
multi-disciplinary practices (law, ? )
..
others.
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..
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Tyler Durden ([email protected])
wrote: -----------------------------------------------------
Subject: Re: Career Advice : Auditing to Accounting



Newsgroups: alt.accounting
Date: 2003-02-27 14:59:37 PST

Allan,
Very solid advice. I have almost finished my papers. Just that the
last Tax seasons were just too busy, so I stopped one semester.

I wanted to be an expertise in one area, but I don't have the relevant
experiences.

Can anyone rate these areas to be expected in the future?

1. Corporate Finance
2. Corporate Recovery / Liquidation
3. Auditing
4. Taxation

I expect a recession is coming around the corner. I want to plan my
career very carefully, so I wont be the first one to be hit badly. I
know that auditing and tax would be the first to be hit when the
market does bad.

What do you guys think?
 
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JD

I expect a recession is coming around the corner. I want to plan my
career very carefully, so I wont be the first one to be hit badly. I
know that auditing and tax would be the first to be hit when the
market does bad.

What do you guys think?
I think I am pretty sure about the knowledge we ARE in a recession. Hence
dramatic drops in interest rates to help stimulate the buying power of the
economy.
 

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