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which firm? by me it's 55, but it's total not billable. How many billable hours do they want for the year? If you want to cut your hours my firm is hiring. (midsize approx 400 people)
Rescue - Email me... :) (I don't write about my company in specific on the blog.)They don't force a specific amount of billable on the year, and I'm pretty happy here, but thanks. Now, if you want to move... my firm's hiring too. :P(Larger midsize.)
It could be worse. You could be a lawyer who works close to that much year round. ;-)
hectic. but what would I know... when you work from home, the office never really shuts :P
Fern - Eh... lawyers are nuts. :)
Sarah - Yeah, but is it ever really busy? :P
you wouldn't think i was too busy from the amount of blogging/commenting I do!but yeh, we have our crazy times where the work just doesn't seem to stop. i'm sure it's a little different in a big firm though.
Ezzie: Gee, thanks! : ) Wow, Europeans would probably kill over and die. (France had a row over raising billable hours from 30 to 35. UK has 36)
Cheer up, you could be running a private tax and accounting business *and* teaching something like five (!!!) classes in accounting next semester (depending on enrollment). I'm not quite sure when the Hubster, CPA is going to find time to breath. It would have made our lives a lot easier if Moshe Rabbeinu and company had exited from Egypt a few weeks later. :) :) :)