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3 technological innovations that are transforming accounting careers

3 technological innovations that are transforming accounting careers

There are three technological innovations that are blindsiding some accountants who earned their degrees years ago. In the future, accounting professionals who are trained in these technologies will have an edge over bookkeepers and accountants who only understand the traditional methods. If you're a bookkeeper or accountant, or an executive or entrepreneur who works with either bookkeepers or accountants, these are the three transformational technologies you need to familiarise yourself with.  

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Expert View: Why data analytics is integral for future careers

Expert View: Why data analytics is integral for future careers

Earlier this month, Chancellor Philip Hammond took a bold step in announcing the government’s pledge to upskill the UK’s future workforce. In particular, the introduction of T-levels marks a positive step in the right direction in resolving the ever-increasing digital skills gap.

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CMI advocates degree apprenticeship rise

CMI advocates degree apprenticeship rise

The Chartered Management Institute has today revealed it's overwhelming support for the UK Universities' latest report which stated that over 5,000 new degree apprenticeships would be commencing in September. 

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Young employees lack basic life skills

Young employees lack basic life skills

A survey of employers has revealed that many feel their young employees lack basic soft skills in the workplace, with inappropriate mobile phone usage ranking as the number one annoyance.

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Will the cuts to grants and rise in tuition fees affect your university decision?

Will the cuts to grants and rise in tuition fees affect your university decision?

Back in 2013 Universities announced that they would be increasing their fees from £3,000 per year to £9,000 per year for new students, doubling the cost for those looking to further their education. This immediately met controversy as students and prospective students alike took to the streets to protest the rise. The public expressed their worry that universities would go backwards and become, yet again, a place for the elite and upper classes.   

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