Below is a link to an article by Hunter Richards, Accounting Market Analysts with Software Advice in Austin, TX.
My feeling is that this excellent post has two very specific audiences. First, job seeks – accounting grads for sure – who are all looking for any way possible to create differentiation. Also, hopefully, employers see this as a way to creatively weed through the volume of resumes by including specifics in job descriptions – i.e. “we are looking for candidates experienced with XYZ business software application.”
I have a related idea…should software companies offer a service to its clients of posting client job openings? Personally, I think so. Do you see this happening? If not, do you think this is a good idea?
I want to personally thank Hunter for his research effort and creative analysis of a timely, relevant topic.