Why the world’s most popular accounting class isn’t doing well in India

Accounting classes aren’t exactly the norm for India’s middle class.

That’s because the country is notoriously expensive.

That said, the world is getting increasingly competitive.

This is according to a report by India’s Financial Express.

According to the research firm, India’s average monthly salary for professionals is just $2,800, compared to $5,200 for students.

But, according to the report, the average monthly wage for the middle class has grown by 20% since 2012.

The average salary of middle-class earners in India is still significantly lower than that of other countries, and the country’s middle-income earners have a lower than average income compared to other countries.

India’s lowest income earners are less likely to earn more than $500,000 a year, and less likely than their counterparts in other countries to earn $100,000 or more annually.

In the United States, the middle-to-upper income bracket of the middle classes is a large part of the reason why middle- and lower-income Americans aren’t spending much time on the job market.

That means that they’re often left behind on the jobs ladder.

In India, however, that gap is narrowing.

The average salary for middle- to upper-income people in India has grown from $2.1 million to $4.6 million over the last decade, according the report.

The report also revealed that India has a more competitive education market than other countries such as the United Kingdom and China, which have had to turn to outsourcing.

The country is now considered the “Silicon Valley of India” due to its high tech industry, and a significant portion of its tech talent is coming from China.

The financial services industry is also growing rapidly, and it has more than 3 million employees in India.

This has made India a popular place for outsourcing.

This also contributes to the country having one of the highest salaries for graduates in the world.