Hiring Trends and Salaries
Hiring of accounting staff by firms, companies, and other employers continues to gain momentum. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics predicted that employment for accounting positions will grow about as fast as the aver
Published on August 16, 2010
Research on Womens Advancement in Accounting
The AICPA’s studies of Workforce Trends and Human Capital Practices have motivated a wealth of research about the current status of gender, family and work-life issues in public accounting. This paper summarizes the findings...
Published on April 04, 2011
Keeping the Best & Brightest A Focus on Women in the Profession
...focus on the CPA pipeline – that is the number and quality of people entering and leaving the profession – the AICPA has been making strides to educate its members on trends and issues affecting women CPAs
Published on April 24, 2013
AICPA Minority Initiatives
Through a range of programs for students, educators and members, the AICPA Minority Initiatives programs seek to increase the ethnic diversity of the CPA profession.
Published on March 15, 2013
Salaries and Job Market
Demand is on the rise for talented accounting and finance professionals. High demand for CPAs means career stability, competitive salaries, and steady upward growth.
Published on January 28, 2011
Women in the Profession Resources
We have developed several formal (workshop, publication and research) and informal (guides and DVDs) resources to help CPA firms and companies develop and retain their in-house talents. See additional resources for further details.
Published on March 05, 2013
Gender Issues and Business Case
For the past 20 years, women represented roughly 50% of new CPAs in the accounting profession and yet they only account for 9% of all CFOs and 23% of partners in CPA firms nationwide. As outlined by this statistics, the profession has been struggling with the retention and advancement of
Published on January 15, 2013