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Old May 27th 2017, 1:26 pm   #1
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Default Insights on Accountancy & Audit field in Ireland.

Hi, I created this thread (Wondering!?) in other section but since, I want specific information so I am pasting it here.

What is the average age of finishing ACCA/CA/CPA/CIMA studies and start out in a practical working experience in Ireland? I am in my 30s and partially qualified ACCA but left it for some reasons. Now I wonder if I get back would it be worthwhile to continue? Considering I don't have much experience in the accounts field. Will it be worthwhile to continue my ACCA at this age? Will the firms and industry consider such candidates? I don't think that they will.
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