That's what Money Magazine and PayScale.com say. They rank the top careers based on pay, projected job growth and quality of life, among other factors.
To which I say: Only ninth?
Then there's this, directly from the Money / PayScale report:
Especially in this time of economic turmoil, CPAs are needed to make sense of increasingly complex financial transactions — from buyouts to businesses grappling with changing tax laws.
In this environment, that alone should have kicked CPAs up the ladder a couple of notches.
But hey, as Joe Walsh says, I can't complain … but sometimes I still do.