By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler
Careers For. . . * number of CAREERS proven. From the most obvious to the vague, readers can be capable of discover careers that fit their pursuits. * occupation PROFILES. comprises whole task descriptions and wage levels. * specialist INTERVIEWS. permit pupil to determine what jobs are rather like and what it took to get them. * confirmed directions. aid scholars comprehend what it takes to get the task in their desires and the stairs to get there.
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These money movers devise an investment strategy for each portfolio they manage, which requires spending considerable time on the job gathering information. They have to know what is happening at companies in which they have invested and plan to invest and what is going on in the stock market. Helping People Manage Their Money When people begin to figure out what to do with their money, so many questions arise: How much insurance do I need? What can we afford to pay for a home? How should we budget the family income?
Are you logical? · Do you have good organizational skills? · Are you able to interpret facts and figures quickly? · Can you communicate complex material effectively both orally and in writing? · Are you able to concentrate for long periods of time? · Are you willing to work long, hard hours to get a job done? · Are you a computer guru who is a spreadsheet expert? · Are you willing to acquire the advanced education and certification required for this profession? · Do you have high standards of integrity?
Many government accountants work for the federal government as Internal Revenue Service agents. Others work with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the General Accounting Office, and the armed forces. Wherever there is a governmental unit involved with the collection or disbursement of money, there are government accountants. There are also jobs in financial management, financial institution examination, and budget analysis and administration. The unique characteristics, objectives, and constituents of government organizations necessitate a financial reporting system that differs in several ways from that developed for private enterprises.