5.10.2015

What I Do For A Living & Why To Choose Accounting



I am truly thankful and appreciative for my readers and subscribers who have known me from the beginning. Not to say I'm not just as thankful and appreciative to my newer readers & subscribers, because I am. But for those who have followed along and shared in my journey from an innocent & [at times] naive college student to a young professional, I really have enjoyed sharing my journey and growth. I hope to continue to share with  y'all and for my newer readers to grow with y'all as well!

I hope this video helps provide insight on what I do for a living or answer questions about what all you can do with an accounting degree. I am here for y'all, whether as a friend or mentor to provide advice about anything! I know it's especially hard to know how to navigate through college and the beginning stages of your career. I have been lucky enough to have mentors along my journey and hope to be a resource for anyone out there looking for advice.

Thank you all again, seriously, I really do appreciate each and every one of you!  Whether you leave comments or just drop by to read, I know I have some loyal and encouraging supporters. Thank you for the positive vibes.... now before I get too sappy, I'll end this post here. Hope y'all are having a great weekend..... now back to watching the Matrix Trilogy ;)

2 comments :

  1. Hi Stephie,

    I recently graduated with a Bachelors of Music, but I'm thinking of doing a 180 in my career path and pursuing accounting. Is it possible to get an entry-level job in the accounting field without a degree in accounting? What would that job be called? I'm hoping to get some accounting experience (however basic it may be) before I to take some undergraduate courses in accounting and then pursue a masters in accounting (and one day hopefully become a CPA!). Thank you! :)

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    1. Hi Rose! It really will depend on each company but I have worked at a company that hired people in the accounting department with no prior experience. Typically they have been in the Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable departments but it's a start! Look for jobs like AP Clerk or AR Clerk. I think as long as you make it clear your intentions are to get an accounting degree, the right employer will not care that you don't have prior experience or knowledge. I hope this helps!

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