I have always always to work in public accounting, but for X & Y reasons it was not possible after college. For the last 4 years I have worked for two private companies, have gotten my CPA license, but I just don't see how to advance my career without relevant public accounting experience. I'm currently analyzing two options with two B4 firms: accounting advisory services and audit. The AAS position pays more, but I think audit would make me a more well-rounded accountant. Any advice?
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