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Hi everyone, just need some advise. So a few months ago I passed my last exam n about 2 months ago I started working at a small to mid-level Accounting firm as a bookkeeper. This is my first accounting job ever and to be honest, I do not think I really enjoy using quick-book for 9+ hours a day. Anyways, I received a call form a very large hospital and have my second interview in about a week. I am extremely excited as, if I get the positions, my salary would go by about 45% n I will no longer have to drive back n forth about 2 hours a day to my current job (hospital position may be remote for a few days a week) nor work crazy long hours at a place where I do not like being. Well the first question is, does any1 know if hospitals will have CPA’s to sign off for my license after a year. I will ask this question during my interview but I am very curious now. 2nd, should I still take the job even if they do not sign off? I think I will even though I want to get my license at my current job and then start my own tax firm. Lastly, can any one tell me how hospital accounting jobs are as entry level accountants? Job responsibilities include prepare monthly fiscal reports, prepare n record assets, liabilities n rev, bank reconciliations, etc. Also, I will not share that I am currently working at an accounting/tax firm as I am afraid they would be thrilled to have some1 that is willing to give up on a job that is less than 2 months into. It will be a zoom interview with 7 of the managers, none of them are CPA. Any advice? what kind of questions can they ask? beside my current job, I was not working since 2018 as I studied and did real estate!! I know this is long but thank you.
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