By Blythe Camenson
The one profession sequence designed expressly to show passions into paychecks! The Careers for You sequence evokes profession explorers to examine the activity industry during the specific lens in their personal pursuits. every one ebook unearths dozens of how to pursue a fondness and make a residing including many little-known yet pleasant careers that might shock readers.
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Roughly 10 percent of all accountants are self-employed, and less than 10 percent work part-time. Some accountants and auditors teach full-time in junior colleges and colleges and universities; others teach part-time while working for private industry or government or as self-employed accountants. Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2005. Qualified accountants and auditors should have good job opportunities. Although the profession is characterized by a relatively low turnover rate, many openings will also arise as accountants and auditors retire, die, or move into other occupations because the field is so large.
For example, they may calculate the probability of claims due to automobile accidents, which can vary depending on the insured's driving history, type of car, and many other factors. They must make sure that the price charged for the insurance will enable the company to pay all claims and expenses as they occur. Finally, this price must be profitable and yet be competitive with other insurance companies. In a similar manner, the actuary calculates premium rates and determines policy contract provisions for each type of insurance offered.
Most accountants and auditors work in urban areas where public accounting firms and central or regional offices of businesses are concentrated. Roughly 10 percent of all accountants are self-employed, and less than 10 percent work part-time. Some accountants and auditors teach full-time in junior colleges and colleges and universities; others teach part-time while working for private industry or government or as self-employed accountants. Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2005.