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Although accountants face significant career decisions at all stages of their professional life, they are likely to find themselves at the most complex career crossroads when approaching qualification to become a newly qualified chartered accountant.
As a trainee accountant in a large firm, individuals will have often specialised in a specific accountancy discipline and will have taken on additional responsibility following further exam success. At this stage, for those who don’t have clearly set ambitions beyond qualification, trainees tend to focus on their current workload with exam pressures becoming quite consuming, rather than thinking about their career path ahead.
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