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In part 9 of our professional network series with Tom Rogowski, CPA, Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom discusses how the employer and employee relationship has recently shifted in public accounting. Find out what firms thinks about "job hopping," and how firms face the "war for talent."

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You’re anxiously waiting to start your internship, and you want to knock it out of the park so you can snag a full-time job offer. And getting a full-time offer means making your senior year less stressful as you get one step closer toward graduation and starting your accounting career! So in order to boost your chances of being offered a full-time gig, here are some things you can do during your internship to make yourself stand out.
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In part 8 of our professional network series with Tom Rogowski, CPA, Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom discusses how social media is a great way to network with people in business in order to boost  your career. But, he advises it's not the only way to build important relationships. 

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The accounting profession is ever-changing and rapidly evolving. Advances in accounting technology have increased the rate of innovation, providing immense digital implications on traditional accounting processes.  How will these changes affect the accounting profession and, more specifically, how do we prepare our next generation of CPAs to embrace and successfully navigate this changing landscape?

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Yvonne Hinson, CPA, CGMA, from the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA), to touch upon some of these issues and get her take on what skills accounting graduates will need to be successful in their careers and how the profession can nurture that success.  

 

Roger CPA Review: As I was researching your academic and professional career, I started to wonder: What inspired you to major in accounting as an undergraduate student?

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When it comes to developing your personal brand as an accountant or as an accounting student, one of the key steps is cultivating an online presence. Your prospective clients and employer will be looking to the internet to see if you can provide the service they need.

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Lysern Marcelino is a guest blogger for Roger CPA Review. Get her insight on how to smoothly transition from student to professional life as she has just undergone this process herself!

I loved being a student, mostly because of the student discounts and free swag (it’s no surprise that I’m an accountant now). Transitioning to full-time work was difficult for me, because I liked the autonomy and spontaneity of student life. My jump to professional life was hard, but yours doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips to help you transition from studying full-time to working full-time.

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In part 6 of our professional networking series with Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom Rogowski, CPA,  Tom discusses the importance of networking throughout your accounting career. 

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In part 5 of our professional networking series with Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom Rogowski, CPA,  Tom discusses the importance of aligning with an accounting firm's company culture before accepting an offer.  

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Choosing the right career path is an important decision. You want to be in a profession that has job stability, continual opportunity for growth, salary increase, and something that will provide for your lifestyle. 

Luckily, the field of accounting meets all these criteria and more!

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In part 4 of our professional network series with Roger CPA Review’s Senior Business Development Director, Tom Rogowski, CPA, discusses how students transitioning from the academic to professional world can leverage their networking opportunities. 

Many new college graduates who go from being a student to a working professional will see that their networking skills tend to shift from being externally focused to internally focused. What this means is that rather than networking at Meet the Firms events or career fairs on campus, you're now networking within your own organization. 

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