Posted by Breitbart News on January 21, 2019 09:50:38A new generation of Americans are graduating college with an accounting degree and an online degree.
These graduates will now be eligible for government job opportunities and will be able to enter the workforce with the knowledge and skills to do so.
However, while online accounting degrees have become more popular, there are also many new jobs requiring skills that will be required in an online environment.
In fact, the number of jobs requiring knowledge of accounting software or software-related technologies has increased from 6% in 2016 to 20% in 2019.
In a new study conducted by the Center for Career Security (CCSS), we find that the average entry-level accounting student will need approximately 2,300 hours of additional education and experience before entering the workforce in 2020.
For graduates with the most recent four-year degree, the average amount of work needed to be learned will be 2,800 hours.
In other words, the most common skills required in a high-tech accounting job are computer programming, finance and accounting.
In addition, a substantial number of employers are hiring highly qualified employees with an accountancy degree who will likely have a difficult time finding work that is aligned with the skills required to successfully manage the financial affairs of a large organization.
In order to be successful in this field, it is essential that accounting graduates have a broad range of skills and knowledge that will enable them to effectively manage complex financial matters.
As such, the CCSS is developing a series of online courses that will train graduates in accounting accounting and financial literacy skills.
These courses will teach the skills needed to perform this critical role in an organization.
The online courses will also provide students with an opportunity to gain the skills they will need to successfully navigate the challenging financial environments that many companies face.
These courses will provide the students with the necessary foundational skills to succeed in the highly competitive, rapidly growing field of accounting.
The courses are designed to provide students the knowledge they need to succeed and to allow students to move on to more challenging areas of their careers.
The courses will cover basic accounting fundamentals such as financial accounting, basic accounting procedures, and the accounting of financial statements.
These core courses will be offered online through the CCSS at the following schools: