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|accountant job description and salary||0.13||0.5||4549||92|
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|staff accountant job description salary||1.83||0.9||3278||38|
|senior accountant job description and salary||0.95||0.3||6212||93|
|senior accountant job description salary||0.55||0.2||8050||35|
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Accountants can earn a lucrative salary , especially if they work in the sub-sectors or cities or areas listed below. On average, accountants and auditors earned a median annual wage of $71,550, as of May 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report.What is the average starting salary for an accountant?
Accountants earned an average salary of $79,520 in 2019. Comparable jobs earned the following average salary in 2019: Financial Managers made $147,530, Financial Advisors made $119,290, Financial Analysts made $94,160, and Bookkeeping Accounting and Audit Clerks made $42,960.What jobs can you get with an accountant?
You can work in different specialties of accounting. As your career progresses, you can choose to remain a staff accountant or work your way up to executive leadership positions. Among the most popular choices for careers with an accounting degree are public accountant, management accountant and auditor.