A survey of accounting and finance professionals shows a decreasing level of confidence in the economy and the job market.

The Accounting and Finance Employee Confidence Index declined 6.4 points to 50.5 in the first quarter of 2008. That’s the lowest level since the 2005 inception of the survey, which is commissioned by the Mergis Group, a professional placement division of Spherion Corp., and conducted by Harris Interactive.

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