What is a typical day like for these occupations, which is better?
Bookkeeping, Accounting Clerks, Account Collectors, Human Resources Assistant, Executive Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, Customer Service Representative, Insurance Claim/Processing Clerk? I have an opportunity to further my education (I already have an AS) and get a certificate of completion. I want something that is very flexible to move between states (unlike something that requires a state certification). Which would be most useful in a small town?
Asked By: operaphantom2003 - 8/5/2007
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Here is a website from the US Occupational Outlook Handbook that provides general info on various job field: www.bls.gov/oco and can type into search 'bookkeeper', 'human resources assistant' and whatever else piques one's interest. Good luck to you in your career search and any endeavors!
Answered By: jannsody - 8/5/2007
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Well let me see. Some of the occupations that you listed require you to know the state's regulations. They are: Bookkeeping, Accounting Clerks, Account collectors, Human Resources Assistant, and Insurance Claim/Processing Clerk. You don't really have to have a state certification because they can train you on it... More
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