What is the difference between an accounting clerk, accounting technician and staff accountant?

I was so happy that I found a job in public accounting, however, they gave me an “Accounting Technician” title and I am pursuing a professional accounting designation. Will I ever get a chance to become a “Staff Accountant” instead?

Is “Accounting Technician” a position below what a Business degree in Accounting graduate should be getting?

Like I am in a three months probation, do you think after three months if i can pass the probation, then I can become a “Staff Accountant”?

Thank you.

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19 Responses to “What is the difference between an accounting clerk, accounting technician and staff accountant?”

  1. Duncan B said:

    From a UK perspective we have three or four categories:

    Unqualified
    Qualified by experience
    Accounting Technician
    CCAB Qualified Accountant

    Accounting Technician is a distinct qualification offered by The Association of Accounting Technicians.

    Qualified Accountants are usually Chartered Accountants, Chartered Management Accountants, Chartered Certified Accountants or Chartered Public Finance Accountants

    Qualified Accountants qualification is more advanced than a degree.

    Hope this helps

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