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Develops, implements, and administers the organization's benefits strategies and policies. Evaluates competitive practice with regard to benefit programs, recommends actions or programs, and interprets policies and procedures. Works with vendors to develop, administer, and/or evaluate programs. May audit defined benefit, defined contribution, medical and other welfare benefit programs to ensure co...
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Posted Tue 1st July
The accounting industry is dominated by the Big Four: Price Waterhouse, KPMG, Ernst & Young LLP, and Deloitte & Touche. You don't have to be with a firm to be an accountant, though. Accountants can work within public industry as a business consultant, auditor, financial planner, or tax advisor. Corporate accountants can work in financial management, budget analysis, financial reporting, or internal auditing for various companies. Accountants can also work for government agencies. Accounting is a popular choice for people looking to switch careers and most universities will offer specialized courses to find your niche job. One great way to secure a job after graduation is through an internship. An accounting internship is a great way to get your foot in the door with an employer and also to show professional experience to prospective employers.
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