Why Study Accounting?
When you study Accounting, you'll be working towards a career with an excellent salary, real career stability and plenty of opportunity for progression. Studying this at GCSE or A-Level can be at times, quite a challenge, and that is why Teach9’s online accountancy tutors are here to help.
Accounting? – what can I expect?
When you start training, employers will typically take you on as an Accounts Assistant or Clerk. Some may even offer to fund your training. At this level you can expect to earn up to £18,400 a year. Once you gain your first qualification (such as AAT or CIMA Certificate), you could expect to earn up to £35,000 a year as an Accounts Technician, Finance Manager or similar. You could even work for yourself with the skills you've learned!
If you want to continue further training, you can progress to a Chartered qualification (such as CIMA or ACCA). This will open up more opportunities and allow you to specialise within a particular area or industry. You could see your salary jump to well beyond £60,000 a year, increasing over time with experience.Accountancy is anything but boring!
Featuring at the heart of every business, accountants don't just spend their days number crunching in the office. They work across all areas of the business, helping to keep it running, analysing performance and contributing to future growth and strategy.
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Since we are an online tutoring company, we have the best online Accounting Tutors in the UK, and you can sign up here to work with them for your Accounting problems and coursework in minutes. Looking at the profiles of our Accounting Studies tutors, you will be able to find Oxford and Cambridge educated Accounting tutors, Accounting Studies tutors from the Russel group, Accounting Studies tutors for GCSE, A Level, 11+ exams and Accounting Studies tutors for 13+ exams.
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