Accounting Assistant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Accounting Assistant?

Accounting Assistant in Kansas City:
"An exciting role in a great company with a bright future."
Pros: Importance, seeing company growth, learning new skills, fast-paced, innovating, flexibility, management, helping build our team and business to achieve excellence in customer service and sales.
Cons: Underpaid for the workload, background role is often overlooked and skills and accomplishments taken for granted.

Accounting Assistant in Atlanta:
"Small Scale Public Accounting Firm Environment."
Pros: Flexibility, and overall office atmosphere. Provides foundational knowledge to progress into the accounting profession.
Cons: Compensation is below average for position. Workload is heavy and there are few employees to delegate assignments to.

Accounting Assistant in Oklahoma City:
"Accounting Multi Tasker."
Pros: Everything.
Cons: I hate when I have nothing to do.

Accounting Assistant in Phoenix:
"I love it!"
Pros: Opportunity for advancement. One on one continual training.
Cons: Pay is too low.

Accounting Assistant in Midland:
"STW Work Duties."
Pros: The people I work for. Problem solving. Casual Environment.
Cons: Unreliability of Employer. Gender discrimination - pay scale related. Lacks organization.

Accounting Assistant in Farmington:
"Busy Importance."
Pros: I love that I always have something to do everyday and it is not always the same thing. I love that it is fairly consistent in the tasks that there are to do though.
Cons: Sometimes the work load is overwhelming and finding the time to complete one task before another one is started is rare.

Accounting Assistant in Spokane:
"Corporate culture."
Pros: Variety of tasks, coworkers are great.
Cons: Dead end, no room for growth, stagnant pay.