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which of the following are financial careers? select all that apply

a. auditor
b. instructional coordinator
c. loan officer***
d. curator
e. arbitrator**?

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  1. what degree is usually required to be an accountant?
    a. high school diploma
    b. bachelor's degree**?
    c. masters degree
    d. doctoral degree

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  2. B is the minimum

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  3. For the first question, e is wrong. Find another answer.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. You need a bachelor's to become an accountant I think

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  5. So I wont give the answers, but I got a 100%.

    Ms. Sue helped by saying it wasn't e, so it takes one thing off of your list (for question #2) And one of your answers is Loan officer so now you are left with
    - Auditor
    - Instructional Coordinator
    - Curator
    A curator is a keeper or a custodian of a museum. (does this sound like a money holding)
    An instructional coordinator is a education professional who focuses on ways to make the school he or she works for better. (Does this sound like a money holding or using)
    And finally a Auditor is a person who audits. (that's not much help.)

    So I looked up what the meaning of an Audit is. an audit is a official inspection of an individual's or organization's accounts. So I pretty much gave you the answer with out saying it...

    So my answer for question #2 is (I know I said I wouldn't but its okay) auditor and loan officer.

    Also a bachelors degree is correct.

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  6. 1.B-accounting

    2.A and C- auditor,loan officer

    3.B-bachelor's degree

    100%

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  7. Thank you @Burt pice of chiken for actually having a clue for what answers what!!

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