Preliminary results of a recent member survey of the National Association of Black Accountants show that race and perception still impact the careers of people of color working in the accounting industry.
Although the full assessment of the survey won't be completed until the spring, 427 NABA members have submitted responses so far. Within that group, 42 percent work in public accounting, 38 percent in corporate and 20 percent in the government or nonprofit sectors.
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