Analyzing Career Choices

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Analyze career choices choosing Introduction Career choice can be very difficult to make especially when faced with a decision to choice between two attractive job offers (Clinton & Van der Merwe2006). Certainly, each of these jobs will have its positive and negatives aspects. Thus, how would you make an informed choice on the best offer? This requires a good decision-making system. This report presents a way such decision can be carried out. Accountant and auditor job Pay and compensation According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (2012), the average annual pay for accountants and auditors is $61,690. The amount the lowest paid accountants and auditors received was $38,940, while the highest was about $106, 880 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2012). Majority of accountants and auditors are full timers and some work more than 40 hours in a week. However, longer hours are normally at particular periods such as during tax or budgeting period. Work environment Majority of accountants and auditors work from offices either employed or self-employed, however, a few work from their homes. They may as well work from their clients offices. Accountants work in various industries; in 2010 the following industries employed most accountants and auditors. Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services 24% Finance and insurance 8% State and local government, excluding education and hospitals 7% Manufacturing 6% Management of companies and enterprises 6%
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