Young accountants are breathing new life into the profession, a new report suggests.
Overall, 53 per cent of accountants think their job is dynamic, compared to 28 per cent of the general public.
Martin Casimir, CCH executive director, explained that the reason for this gap is that members of the profession are wrongly viewed as being behind the times.
“However, by adopting advanced technologies such as paperless audits and document management systems, accountants’ clients will begin to change their perception,” he stated.
Those operating in the field are embracing new advances at work as well as in their day-to-day lives and this is something which should continue, Mr Casimir added.
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