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which of these is better?

i am going to join Institute of chartered accountants. which of these is better and why?

* Career in forensic accounting
* Career in audit/assurance

* Career in business recovery/insolvency
* Career in corporate finance
* Career in financial accounting


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2 Responses to "which of these is better?"

  1. KIRSHNA K says:
    carrer in audit /assurance
  2. H&GP W says:
    I could give you my opinion but that would not be yours.
    Try going to this site and looking through the links on the left side of the page to find job descriptions for all the that you listed. They also list education requirements. and potential. Good luck with your decision!!

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