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so become a lawyer :)
He'd need a bachelor's for that...
Yeah but auditors know how to get away with padding the bills, 69 hrs= 36 1/2.
:-(I feel your pain. Teachers also don't get paid like lawyers. (I know, prep time is not quite the same as overtime... but the truth is, a full time teacher can work 24/6 if s/he's not careful)
uch i feel your pain - 30 hours + commuting (about another hour and fifteen minutes a day) is killing me. i cant imagine pulling off what youre doing! (plus the lack of sleep...)
Welcome to the club, quoth the CPA's wife. Now you know why my husband's other job--as a college accounting instructor--is probably fairly secure: Have you any idea how few accountants are willing to teach 3-4 classes during tax season?
By the way, this is one of the biggest reasons why I didn't go into accounting. Tax season stinks, I don't get why they can't pace their work throughout the year like everyone else has to...BTW, you're all invited to come play Purim Torah Tag over at my place. Come quickly, time is short!
How long is accounting "season"?How long is a lawyers "season"?
Poor Ezzie. Accounting thtinks.
I know how it feels. This engineer left the office last night at 1:25AM and had a meeting at 8:30AM this morning.