When do you start?
Your first year of university?
Your mother’s womb?
No one knows, but it seems like you need to start “preparing” for your future career earlier and earlier each year.
One day, parents might start modifying their unborn babies’ DNA to give them an advantage in the recruiting process… 20 years in advance.
In the absence of time travel or genetic modifications to boost your accounting proficiency, though, you need another way to prepare long in advance of the recruiting process.
Especially if you just entered university, you’re still in high school, or (gasp) you’re even younger and just realized you want to break into finance in the future.
Wait, What? DO People Actually Start Preparing When They’re 5 Years Old?