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Money Jobs

  • Accountant - Accountants and auditors keep track of a company's money; managers look at the accountants' reports to see how well their companies are doing.
  • Be Your Own Boss - Do you think it would be great to run your own business? Not everyone's cut out for it. See what it takes.
  • Bookkeeping Clerk - Any organization that uses money has to keep records - records of where money came from and where it went; bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks keep these financial records.
  • Economist - Economists study topics such as prices, jobs, taxes, interest rates, and the stock market; they prepare surveys to collect data, and then figure out what the data mean.
  • Financial Analyst - Financial analysts help people decide how to invest their money.
  • Loan Officer - Loan officers help people apply for loans; this lets people do things like buy a house or a car, or pay for college.
  • Real Estate Agent - Real estate agents help people buy and sell houses.

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