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Finance & Accounting Talent Market Outlook

November 25, 2019

2020: An F&A Leadership Survey - Talent Market Outlook

We recently surveyed finance and accounting professionals and asked them to help us take the temperature of the finance and accounting labor market as we head into 2020. Now, the results of our 2019 Finance and Accounting Talent Market Outlook are in, and you're invited to access the results.

 Download your copy of the report for:

  • Key statistics and a by-the-numbers breakdown of talent market perceptions from CFOs, Finance and Accounting VPs, and Controllers.
  • A close look at where the gaps and challenges in sourcing and retaining accounting talent are and how professionals are coping.
  • Market perceptions on FAO and what solutions finance and accounting leaders are considering for the new year.

Talent Market outlook

Find out how accounting leaders across the country feel about the state of qualified accounting talent and how they plan to cope with the shortage. 

Interested in learning more? Take a listen to our own Megan Weis, VP & General Manager of FAO Services on her podcast: Why A Shortage Of Accountants Could Be On The Horizon. Or, read our CEO, David Lesniak's take in his article: Why Outsourcing Makes Sense in a Tight Accounting Market, published on Due. com.

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