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Accounting professionals handle all the financial dealings of the company they are working with. Their specific duties may vary depending on the size of the company as well as the industry they are working in. Generally, accounting professionals analyze accounting data, prepare asset and liability reports, document financial transactions, audit documents and recommend financial actions when necessary.
A bachelor's degree in finance, economics, accounting or related fields may be sufficient to get hired by a smaller organization. Larger corporates will only hire applicants with a master's degree in the above fields along with substantial experience. The best way to get the necessary experience is by doing an internship with an experienced accountant. This will help you learn all the duties and responsibilities of the role and also boost your chances of employment.
Most of the questions asked at your interview will be aimed at evaluating your competency and skills in accounting. The interviewer will ask you several questions to gauge your knowledge and skills and also to determine your career goals. How you answer the question about your career goals will speak volumes about how long you are likely to stay on in the job. Most employers are looking for long term employees so you need to be careful how you answer this and all other questions. A look through mock interview questions can prove to be very helpful.