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Shifting client expectations and market demand have prompted a prominent firm to assign graduates to more “interpersonal” roles, which Australian universities and accounting students alike are increasingly targeting their learning towards.
Member firm of mid-tier Walker Wayland, Power Tynan, is fast-tracking its graduates’ “real life experiences” by shifting their focus away from purely transactional and administrative based tasks, according to chief executive Paul Hilton.
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