Every business must keep track of monetary transactions. Larger companies typically have an entire department of accountants and accounting support staff specializing in a single area (such as accounts payable or payroll), while smaller companies may have one or two professionals taking over many different accounting duties. The Herzing University Diploma in Bookkeeping and Payroll Accounting program will prepare graduates for entry into many areas, including:
Bookkeepers and Payroll Accounting Clerks spend most of their time at a desk on a computer. They may work part or full-time depending on the employer’s needs. Full-time employees typically receive a comprehensive benefits package including healthcare and retirement savings plan(s). There may be overtime required when fiscal deadlines such as tax time and year end approach. Professionals in this field may need to take precautions against eye strain and carpel tunnel syndrome, symptoms which occur more often for workers spending many hours at a computer.
Employees in this field can advance through a number of avenues. As a clerk, obtaining a certification from an industry organization (such as the The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers and ADP Software Company) will demonstrate to employers that the clerk has been recognized by professionals in the bookkeeping and/or payroll accounting field for their knowledge and commitment to the profession. Bookkeeping and payroll specialists may also look to advance by taking a supervisory role and managing others in their department, or moving to a different company where they will be given greater responsibility and therefore a higher salary. Lastly, some people use this position as a stepping stone while continuing their education in order to become an accountant or auditor.
The information below reflects aggregated data from all of the Herzing University campuses that have students enrolled in the specified program in the specified time period. The information does not reflect data regarding individual campuses unless only one campus had students in this cohort. The reporting period used to obtain this data is 7/1/2011-6/30/2012. The term "cohort" refers to the group of students with data in this specified reporting period. "No Information Available" when referring to the "Number of Graduates" means that no students graduated from the specified program within the specified reporting period. If there were less than 10 graduates in a program, on-time completion data was not disclosed for that program and these areas are noted with "No Information Available". For a more detailed description of how the data was calculated please refer to the Disclosure Methodology located here http://www.herzing.edu/files/2013Disclosures-Methodology.pdf  .
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