Forensic Accounting Emerges as Top Career Choice
2002 Year-in Review
Sometimes for the better, but often for the worse, the events of 2002 propelled the accounting profession into the glare of the spotlight. Enrollment in accounting courses at universities around the country jumped, as a recognition of the importance of this discipline to the stability of the American economy. Suddenly, the image of the accountant as either superhero or supervillain made it cool to be associated with accounting. But perception aside, the big winner in the career sweepstakes was the emergence of forensic accounting as a top career path, a position that made the top lists on several national polls of the hottest jobs of the decade.
Voice of the Editor
What makes a company a great place to work? Experience, a ConnectEDU company, uses criteria that include benefits, career advancement opportunities, culture, and work/life balance to form its annual list of the Best Places to Work for Recent Grads. BDO USA and Ernst & Young both made the Top 25 list. Read what makes these firms stand out and find out what can be done at your firm to entice college grads.