Most accounting firms require new graduates to spend months if not years learning the ropes before they are ever allowed to begin working as a staff accountant, but not in the US Military. Grads go to work on the front lines immediately upon graduating, booking transactions, creating entries, balancing statements, etc. Want to learn more? Click here.
Learn Everything You Need to be a Top Notch Accountant
You don’t have to have a degree in accounting to begin your career in the Navy. As a matter of fact, you don’t have to have a background in finance at all. The Navy and National Guard provide all the training you need to follow your dream for free. Not only that, but you will also receive a competitive salary, comprehensive medical insurance, housing, food and clothing allowances and an opportunity to see the world. To be eligible, you must be between the ages of 18 and 34, be a US Citizen and be ready to make a change for the better. If you meet these basic requirements, click here to find out more.
After the Navy
After your service with the US Navy or National Guard is complete, you may wonder if your training and expertise will help you in your civilian life. The answer is an overwhelming yes. Some Navy and National Guard accountants go on to specialize in other niche opportunities within the accounting field, while others enter the workforce as upper level accountants, bookkeepers, forensic accountants, and certified public accountants. To find out how to take a look at a career in accounting with the Navy or National Guard, click here.
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