White-collar fields offer many opportunities for people at all levels of education and training. Some jobs in these large, rapidly growing areas require advanced education or substantial experience, but many others do not. For example, many sales jobs have unlimited earnings yet do not need lengthy training for entry. These and many other occupations-110 in all-are described in this book.detailed information on 110 major office, management, sales, and professional jobs J. Michael Farr ... However, a large number are licensed Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants (PAs), Registered Public ... Many schools have altered their curricula accordingly, and prospective accounting majors should carefully research accounting curricula ... but most States require candidates to pass at least two parts for partial credit and all four sections within a certain period of time.
|Title||:||America's top white-collar jobs|
|Author||:||J. Michael Farr|
|Publisher||:||Jist Works - 2001|