Comparison Of 2 Occupations With Works Cited

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Accountant and a Manager/Supervisor There are many jobs available in the job market, some are very exciting, and some are well known for being dull. Jobs all vary in many different ways such as pay, benefits, retirement, education required, job security, and many more. For the most part, when looking for a job one has to sacrifice some benefits in order to get other perks. Such as getting a lower income but having insurance that covers the whole family. This is what makes job-hunting so difficult. The most important aspect to look for when finding a job is if the job is interesting and fun to the person who will be holding the job. Two occupations that have been around for many years are Accountant and Manager/Supervisor. These jobs, for the most part, are very different but at the same time also offer many similarities.A majority of the people in the world would classify being an accountant as a boring, tedious job, and for most people it is. Accountant Ella Watson states in a personal interview ?Most people who have this job (accountant) is in it because they love math and enjoy what they do, but there are a few who just do it because they love money more than having a job they love?(Interview). The job of accountant is very repetitive work that requires patience and somewhat a love of math. Most likely an accountant will find himself or herself doing the same thing each day, which results in a quite boring workplace if him or her does not enjoy his or her job. An accountant comes in two flavors; first there is a Certified Public Accountant and a regular accountant. To become a Certified Public Accountant there is four years of education required. A Certified Public Accountant, as a majority, has a higher income than a regular accountant because of the ability to do more tasks than a regular accountant does. Being a Certified Public Accountant adds a sometimes unhealthy amount of stress, but this stress also usually brings in a bigger pay check. ?Being a Certified Public Accountant is not as boring as a regular accountant because there is more tasks to do but both pay pretty good?(Watson). A regular accountant has only two years of a higher education required. This job is more repetitive than challenging which does not interest very many people in this field of work. The same way stress affects Certified Public Accountants this repetitive work also raises the pay for a regular accountant. Although it seems there will always be a need for accountants there is always a chance that the job will be taken over by computers with the rapidly changing technology, but for now the job market for accountants seems quite stable as compared to most others.A Supervisor/Manager on the other hand has a very interesting, changing job. Although most Supervisors/Managers do generally the same thing everyday, the actual approach to the task may change from day to day. Darrell Hill, a project supervisor at Bayer Inc. believes ?There are two types of supervisors....

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