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Ragsdale, Attorney/Chemical Engineer Page x Moana Re, Management Analyst Mary Tribble, Event Planner Joel Witt, Actuary Page 1 Chapter One Scrutinizing the Options Do you cross every "t" and dot every "i"? Is your house as neat as a pin, your closets and drawers organized, a place for everything and everything in its place? Although some people might call you fussy or a perfectionist, you know your special qualities are highly valued in a number of settings, particularly in the world of work. Wouldn't you love a chance to get your ducks in a rowand get paid for it?
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They worked in all types of firms and industries, but nearly one-third worked for accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping firms, or were self-employed. The majority of accountants and auditors were unlicensed management accountants, internal auditors, or government accountants and auditors. However, in 1994 there were on record over five hundred thousand state-licensed Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Public Accountants (PAs), Registered Public Accountants (RPAs), and Accounting Practitioners (APs).