Grant Thornton announced its new partner class yesterday and while this year's group was slightly smaller than last year's class of 50, it's still far larger from those in recent years.
In January 2016, Jason Gilbert became a partner at California-based Armanino LLP, 10 years after walking in the door as a 24-year-old staff accountant.
Oh look, we have more new partner news.
It's a new fiscal year in the EY universe which means a new partner class. Here's a tweet and a video:
PwC announced its new partner class last week and it's a reminder that becoming a partner in accounting firm is an impressive career milestone.
For the last several years, we've enjoyed announcing the new PwC partners in these pages.
After nearly seven years since the first concept release, the SEC approved the PCAOB's rules for disclosing the names of audit engagement partners and other participating firms.
And because this is 2016, he tweeted it:
What is the worst inventory observation you've ever done? My coworker once counted grain and had to scale the enormous storage vat and look down into it. That wouldn't work for me.
If you have career aspirations to be a partner at an accounting firm, achieving the status of a "non-equity partner" might not be what you had in mind.