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October 1, 2023

Any CPAs Want to Work in Hawaii?

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Any CPAs in the northeast thinking that packing up and heading to Hawaii would be just a little too rash should know that it’s not that crazy. Turns out, there’s plenty of opportunity in paradise.

Here’s a brief from Hawaii Public Radio that says firms are “finding it especially difficult to find accountants with 3-to-5-years of experience,” and — AND! — offering perks like “in-office massage therapy, flex-time and telecommuting during the busy season.”

Honestly, drop what you’re doing, go home pack your stuff, the kids, whatever. Just go.

[HPR]

 

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