TaxSearch Inc. understands tax professionals and tax leaders make better decisions when they have access to the right data at the right time. By staying up-to-date on timely, relevant and accurate career data, you can potentially avoid the “if I only knew then what I know now” conundrum that many tax professionals face at some point in their careers. Through our related company, TaxTalent, we compile specific and timely reports and studies. We encourage you to read through our competitive market intelligence reports below to better educate yourself on current market conditions in the corporate tax field that will ultimately help you to make better strategic career decisions.
Global Tax Market Assessment
Our Global Tax Market Assessment covers a wide range of predictive insights for the tax profession and a review of the previous year's speculative accuracy. The annual resource is published in partnership with U.S. based TaxSearch, Inc., TaxTalent.com, and British-based BPA.
Tax Hiring Outlook
The Tax Hiring Outlook annual report provides insight into the hiring market from the viewpoint of corporate tax hiring authorities after year-end budgeting. This survey provides exclusive data to help support decision making. Respondents were asked to answer a series of questions in order to help identify trends and challenges in corporate staffing.
Career Satisfaction Survey
The Career Satisfaction Survey provides a current snapshot of career satisfaction from staff to manager level tax professionals spanning across multiple tax sectors. This annual survey provides an objective analysis of current employer strengths and weaknesses and identifies improvement areas specifically for career development of the tax professional.
Who's Top in Tax?
Each year, TaxTalent conducts an educational survey where tax employers have an opportunity to rank the best U.S. Undergraduate, Graduate, and Legal programs. As the only online career and leadership development community for tax professionals, one of TaxTalents’ long-term missions is to help bridge the gap between academia and the professional world of tax. In fact, we believe the real client for tax educational programs is ultimately the tax employer.
Women in Tax
In our mission to optimize tax careers and corporate tax departments, we have seen a significant need over the years to improve the tax profession through increased diversity. In order to identify the current gender breakdown within the tax profession, we have analyzed data at various career levels from our extensive database of tax professionals and from the Big 4 Public Accounting firms. We have also gathered the most current data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics that will provide a comparison specifically for the public sector.
Diversity in Tax Report
The topic of racial diversity in the workplace is an issue that grows stronger each year. We are hopeful that, through our efforts with our latest report to address the diversity issue in the tax profession, we can develop increased awareness and motivate companies to attract and promote diverse talent in their organizations. Like our previously published diversity studies in 2007 and 2010, this year we have analyzed data from degreed individuals within the civilian labor force, employees at all levels from the Big 4 Public Accounting firms and data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics that provides a comparison specifically for the public sector.