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Accountant:
  Accountants track companies’ expenses, as well as prepare, analyze and verify
financial documents. Their goal is to get businesses to run more efficiently.
Administrative assistant:
  Administrative assistants are responsible for managing, organizing, scheduling
and maintaining information for a company's workers. They utilize a wide variety of
skills by using photocopiers, fax machines, typewriters and personal computers to
create spreadsheets, compose email, manage databases, maintain paper and
electronic files, create documents and handle travel arrangements.
Bank teller:
  Bank tellers make up more than one quarter of all banks' employees. Some of a
bank teller's responsibilities include cashing checks, accepting deposits and loan
payments, and processing withdrawals. Bank tellers may also sell savings bonds,
accept payment for customers' utility bills and charge cards, process necessary
paperwork for certificates of deposit, and sell travellers' checks. Some tellers
specialize in handling foreign currencies, or commercial or business accounts.
Economist:
  Economists study the economy, which includes a number of sections. Natural
resources, consumer spending, distribution of goods and services, energy costs,
interest rates and international trade are just a few. Most economists are concerned
with practical applications of economic policy. They advise businesses and other
organizations, including insurance companies, banks, securities firms, industry
and trade associations, labour unions and government agencies.
Financial analyst:
  A financial analyst assesses a company’s financial needs and strategies. Various
forms of financial budgeting are a key part of the job. One of a financial analyst’s
main purposes is to find ways to increase company profitability.
Market research analyst:
  Market research analysts are concerned with a product or service's potential sales.
They study past statistics to predict future sales, gather data on competitors, and
provide the necessary information for deciding how to promote, distribute, design
and price products or services. They devise methods and procedures, including
telephone, personal or mail surveys, to assess consumer preferences. Analysts
may conduct opinion research to determine public attitudes on various issues.
Public relations manager:
  Public relations managers direct publicity programs to an audience upon which
their organization’s success depends, such as consumers, stockholders or the
general public. They often specialize in a specific area, like crisis management,
or a specific industry, such as healthcare. They use all available communication
media in their efforts to maintain their target group's support.
Software engineer:
  Software engineers research, design, develop, and test operating systems-level
software, compilers and network distribution software. They work with medical,
industrial, communications, aerospace, business, scientific and general
computing applications.
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