Sadly, accounting is not completely a social free job. I know, I was one for 8 years. True, a lot of time is spent behind a computer, but you also have to interact with lots of people either over the phone or in person, such as customers, vendors, bankers, auditors, tax consultants, etc. Of course, if you know your job well enough, communicating with these people is not difficult at all.SandandLight said:What about accounting. It's a four year degree, but I think one could still be an accounting clerk or bookkeeper with a two year degree.
But to make the really big money in accounting, you need social skills because you have to manage other accountants, and give presentations to upper management.