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CA holders are not getting job , these days , this perception is not acceptable at any point of view and quite surprising also. If CA's are not employed he finance activities will be stopped . Banks ( both private and public ) , public limited companies , Auditing firms , Finance companies, Mutual funds , Portfolio management companies, Legal firms , Legal houses ,. Patent firms , where activities of is mandatory A chartered Accountant's work area has become so wide and involves so many activities that sometimes a CA is perceived as almost an enigma
Chartered Accountancy is the core of all business, be it big or small . A chartered Accountants work involves auditing , taxation , accounting and financial planning . It can be a very challenging and rewarding job.
Career prospects after doing chartered accountancy are exciting . Chartered accountancy can be the first step to other rewarding careers in finance , investment consultancy and fund management . . If one to start practice as a CA , candidates need to gain membership to the ICAI on completion of the training. .
In today`s cut throat competitive world , it is advisable that a student starts planning right after class 10 only.
It can be easily concluded that the country needs about 7,500 to 10,000 fresh CA s every year seeing the growth of Indian economy in last 5 years.
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People pursue a career mainly because of a status or a position in the society followed by money.
If you are good at what you do, opportunities follow and with that money follows.
You have mentioned that a CA does not get a job or is jobless.The only reason being, that once a person graduates as a CA, they aim for the sky.They are not grounded.
Remember, even though during the study, students are exposed to internship and article-ship, but they are all experiences one has gained by working under an experienced individual.They do not have experience to function individually.
So once you get a degree, be patient and look for experience, rather than just jumping and aiming for top level positions.
A CA will require only few years of individual working.
Once they gain experience and contacts they can also venture out on their own.
As a CA, you can find employment in all sectors whether Public or private sectors.Remember, every organization, that is into business and is dealing with finances, will need to file taxes and who else than a CA would be able to deal with taxes and budgeting.
So don't worry.
Aim high, for the future but keep track and be patient.Experience is the key.
Hope this answers your query.
Wish you good luck.............
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Please do NOT believe in what others say. Chartered Accountancy is a course and profession which will never die. Those not getting jobs are not having the right skills, domain knowledge and employable skills. Few not getting a right job should not be blamed on the profession and the course, but on themselves.
Any course which you do whole hearted, with dedication and passion, will give you status, money and reputation.
I recommend you that you should get focused and do what your heart says to do for your career and success.
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