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I am about to complete my AAT Technician level, what do you recommend is my next step?

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Asked by susie Thursday Mar 5th 2009 in Career Planning
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It all depends on what you want to do. There is always the option beginning down your career path, which will offer you the opportunity to gain valuable work experience, while finally earning some cash. This is an excellent option, because you will be able to develop your practical understanding of the various accounting aspects and skills that you gained during you education, but still you will have the option of going back to school.

Your other option is to continue on in school. This is equally an excellent option for those individuals who feel that if they every leave school, they will not go back. Through this option, you will be able to complete your educational goals, and then continue on with your professional career without having to worry about go back to school.

So, you see that either option is an excellent choice, but it is up to you on what you want to do next. To help I here is a link to a list of article that might be of some service if you decide to get a job - Starting Your Career. Or, if you are looking to continue on to school, here is a link to a number of online accounting degree programs that will offer you the flexibility to earn you degree from the comfort of your own home or office.

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