Newly Qualified Career Guide Out Now

Navigate the early stages of your professional future with expert advice, by accountants for accountants, in our latest “Newly Qualified Career Guide”.

You’re going to spend over 90,000 hours in work. By the time you finish your training contract, you’ll have about7,500 of those hours banked. The decisions you make over the next two years will fundamentally impact the next 82,500 hours… that’s a lot of hours!

Barden created this guide to help you decide how best to spend these hours. It’s a product of our years of experience working with recently-qualified accountants.

We’ve learned from them and now we want to share the wisdom of their experience with you.

This guide is objective. It contains the information you need to know before looking for a new role – internally or externally,  like:

  • Stuff you need to think about before you even start looking for a role
  • The wider context of the market
  • How organisational structure and where you sit in your firm will impact your future
  • Translating job specs
  • The Barden Career Model…a strategic tool designed by us just for you to help plan and navigate your career
  • Lots of other stuff you should know!!

You can download your copy here.

Your future is too important to leave to chance. The more you use this guide, the more career informed you will be. Take control, get informed and plan your professional future with Barden. Let’s make your next 82,500 hours count!

 

 

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