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    Best way to find out is dropping CV's an applications around. You don't have to accept the jobs.
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    yer plus the fact im willing to bet some accounting graduates will also be going for the jobs
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    There are a number of accounting assistants employed that have few academic qualifications. Employers will be looking at your personal attributes, such as are you a task completer, motivated to learn and willing to do a range of tasks.

    Accounts assistants can also go on to be chartered accountants after all the training and examinations.

    There are a good number or careers fairs, recruitment events, job boards, volunteer to get yourself in front of an employer.
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    Graduate jobs are statistically a lot easier to get than non graduate roles provided you have a 2.1 and 300 ucas points .
 
 
 
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