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How Our Association Prepared for the Future.

Association Success

By engaging prospective professionals at an early stage, we ensure that our industry will thrive for years to come. But when we talk about the workforce pipeline - the pool of eligible candidates prepared to take on professional roles in an industry as opportunities open up - it’s all about the bigger picture. The industry must find ways to nurture such a pool to avoid a talent shortage in years to come. The accounting industry is strong in Ohio and nationwide.

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Aging Members Will Stick Around (& Keep Learning) Longer Than You Think

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We’re already experiencing a talent shortage in our industry, so we have to find ways of retaining our people,” said Dale Sweere, vice president of engineering firm Stanley Consultants. Employees eligible for retirement at his firm either work part-time or on a per-project basis while drawing from their retirement fund. The 65 to 74 year old segment of the workforce is expected to grow 55 percent between 2015 and 2024. Understand the employment trends in your industry.