The Accounting Detectives

Skillman, Brad
December 1997
Accounting Technology;Dec97, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on the demand for highly skilled professionals such as computer scientists and programmers with both technology and accounting expertise in the United States. Existence in the country of qualified, information-technology savvy people; Reasons for the shortage of skilled professionals; Firms in search for systems analysts.


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