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Myth busting the auditing profession
Number cruncher. Spreadsheet creator. We busted these common myths about the audit profession and shared why we’re proud to be Deloitte auditors during the Center for Audit Quality’s (CAQ) fourth-annual #AuditorProud social media blitz.
Deloitte is #AuditorProud
The Center for Audit Quality’s #AuditorProud social media blitz was Thursday, September 27. Deloitte and other top professional services organizations celebrated the audit profession and highlighted the important role that auditors play every day in our capital markets. Throughout the day, we encouraged Deloitte professionals and students considering an audit career to take to social media (using the hashtags #AuditorProud and #DeloitteAudit) to showcase why they’re proud to be—or become—auditors.
We know myths about auditors exist, so we busted those myths and shared the truth about what the career can actually entail. The audit profession is rapidly changing and transforming using innovative technology and analytics to deliver audits of high quality. It’s an exciting time to be an auditor! Scroll below to learn more about what being an auditor can entail.
Resources for exploring your career in audit
Interested in learning more about a career with Deloitte’s audit & assurance practice? Here are a few resources to get you started:
Find out if you would make a great addition to our #DeloitteAudit team!
The Center for Audit Quality
The Center for Audit Quality is an autonomous, nonpartisan, nonprofit group based in Washington, DC. It is governed by a board of leaders from the public company auditing firms, the American Institute of CPAs, and three members from outside the public company auditing profession. The organization is affiliated with the American Institute of CPAs.
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