Tips to make your first year
in public accounting a success!
Good To Know: Tips on Career Search and the Working World
Smart questions, looking the part, your online presence, and the art of conversation are just a few things that are good to have a handle of during an interview and when you enter the accounting workforce.
Not Too Big, Not Too Small: The Appeal of a Mid-Sized Accounting Firm
Like variety in your day-to-day work? Value close ties with your co-workers? Want to play a significant role in your clients' success? You may be a good fit for a mid-sized accounting firm.
Long Island Life: A Great Place to Live - And Work
If you live in the tri-state area, you've heard the arguments for and against working in the suburbs versus commuting to New York City. Call us biased, but we think Long Island is a great place to live and work, especially as an aspiring CPA.
Your First Year in Public Accounting: Making a Smooth Transition
Your first year in public accounting will be an adjustment, but we’ve got your back. Learn about MWE’s buddy and rotating manager systems, which give newcomers to public accounting all the help they’ll need in making a smooth transition.
An Evolving Profession: Accountancy Then and Now
Like all businesses, public accountancy in New York and all over the country has changed considerably over the years. Today, the ranks of new accountants are now an even mix of male and female, and business casual dress is the norm. Learn more about the evolution of the industry.
The Busy Season: 'We got through it just fine'
Busy season is not as scary as you may have heard. Read what some of our staff members had to say after their first busy season.
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