AAFA recently sat down with its affiliate member, Accountability Resources, to learn more about current talent and hiring trends in Austin, TX. Here’s what to expect if you work, are searching for a job, or hiring in the Austin market.

Austin, Texas hiring market trends continue to follow along the lines of the ongoing “supply and demand” issue. There are many more Accounting and Finance career opportunities in Austin, Texas, than there are quality Accounting and Finance professionals. Given Austin, Texas has become an attractive market for companies to relocate, the Austin market continues to become a tighter and tighter candidate market. Therefore, companies are all tapping into the same already smaller pool of quality talent. Candidates have plenty of choices and individuals are averaging securing 3-5 employment offers apiece.

Skill sets that continue to be “HOT” in Austin, Texas are VSOE, SaaS (Software as a Service), Revenue Recognition, and public accounting expertise. Industries that are beginning to grow and gain an industry presence are consumer products and goods, healthcare, restaurant/ retail/ multi-location experience, and nonprofit.


Learn More About Accountability Resources

Corporate Accounting Compliance Manager | AAFA - Accountability ResourcesAccountability Resources is a locally owned, Austin based search firm specializing in the placement of Accounting and Finance professionals, which includes permanent placement, contract/ contract to hire services, and executive consulting. We are a market leader, with over 100 years combined experience with our recruiters having a very strong accounting technical foundation including CPA designation’s and Public Accounting Experience.  We have been named the top Executive Search Firm in Austin by the Austin Business Journal, one of the top 50 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in Central Texas and as one of the “”Best Places to Work in Central Texas”” for the last 10 years running. We look forward to partnering with you!

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