Milwaukie Communications, LLC today announced the launch of the TogetherCPA Career Hub.
The TogetherCPA Career Hub is designed to connect leading public accounting firms with qualified candidates who are pursuing a career in the public accounting field. Firms can post free or featured career opportunities, and feature their firm’s unique culture, opportunities, and community lifestyle.
“Historically, CPA firms have posted job opportunities at various generalized job boards where most of the candidates are not qualified for a public accounting position,” Co-Founder Brandon Laws said. “This inefficient approach is a waste of recruiting budget and is simply not an effective model. We believe that this specialized industry will receive a huge benefit from a single online end destination for recruiting. We created the TogetherCPA Career Hub to be a place where everyone in the public accounting community can connect, gain insight, and develop their careers.”
The TogetherCPA Career Hub:
• Provides an industry-specific showcase for CPA firms to post free and featured jobs
• Features enhanced firm profile landing pages to feature unique firm culture and benefits
• Offers job-seekers ongoing career development content to support their professional success
The TogetherCPA Career Hub is available now. To get started visit togethercpa.com
TogetherCPA is an open, online community for those who are on a CPA career path and working for a public accounting firm in the United States. Students who are majoring in accounting and preparing to intern or work for an accounting firm are also welcome.The TogetherCPA Career Hub was launched in 2021 in response to the need for a nationwide connectedCPA community. TogetherCPA believes that a community offering connection, encouragement, and shared experience provides a significant value to each member as they develop their career and contribute to the industry. You can get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com.
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