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Six Percent of People Looking for Talent Not Sure What All the Complaining Is About

This dropped in my inbox today. It's screengrab from an AICPA monthly newsletter called BusIndNews and it's "For CPAs in Business, Industry, Not-for-Profit and Government." Get it? It's called BusIndNews because…oh, forget it, just look at this:

No, this isn't Pew Research, but it is interesting that roughly 10% of these CPAs "in Business, Industry, Not-for-Profit and Government" that subscribe to email and vote in these polls are kinda like, "Oh, finding qualified talent is hard for you? That's too bad."

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There's a Lack of Talent to Succeed Accounting Firms Because the Talent Doesn't Exist
Accounting Firms Desperate for Talent Aren't Gonna Like This

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