Accounting students said career opportunities would be their primary consideration when choosing an employer, according to a new survey by KPMG.
In the survey of 2,026 accounting students nationwide, 43 percent said career opportunities would be their top criteria when choosing an employer, followed by 20 percent who cited an employer's reputation and culture. Salary and benefits, at 14 percent, was a much lower priority.
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