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Accounting

Accounting is the practice of tracking every cent that goes into or comes out of a business. By its very nature, accounting work must be precise. Exceptional accuracy isn’t “going above and beyond”; it’s demanded.

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Administrative and Clerical

Administrative and clerical work is needed across most industries, from auto repair to medicine. That’s because every organization has to maintain data and perform the same basic tasks to run.

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Banking

The banking industry is vital to communities around the globe. Both individuals and businesses use banks to cash checks, hold money (and other valuables) safely, take out loans, and more. Bank clients usually open at least one account to keep their money in—either a checking account, intended for frequent transactions, or a savings account.

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Construction

Buildings are the signs of civilization. Households, businesses, and institutions all need buildings in which to operate. Of course, a variety of materials can be used in building, from wood to stone to concrete. Accordingly, the construction industry needs people with different skills to work expertly with these materials.

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Customer Service

Serving customers is an essential part of most businesses, from convenience stores and utility companies to passenger transport and luxury real estate. Commonly known as customer service, this special attention to individual customers goes by various other names, such as client services, customer care, customer success, and customer support.

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Education

The word “education” likely brings to mind mandatory elementary schooling and secondary schooling, plus college or university. But education is a huge industry that ranges from preschool to graduate degrees. And that’s just formal education. With people teaching sign language to babies and retired adults taking special interest courses, education can be a part of a person’s entire lifespan.

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Engineering

Engineering is defined by Merriam-Webster as “the design and manufacture of complex products.” Engineers use math, science, and technology to create tangible products and computer-based products.

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Finance

The finance industry, or financial services industry, deals with money on a large scale. Finance includes banking but also many other types of business, including mortgage lending, credit card companies, venture capital firms, the New York Stock Exchange, and so on.

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Food Service

The food service industry dates back millennia. Surely food and drink have been sold or bartered since prehistory. But organized establishments open to the public have included alehouses, coffeehouses, and teahouses. Modern restaurants originated in France in the 1700s.

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Health Care

The finance industry, or financial services industry, deals with money on a large scale. Finance includes banking but also many other types of business, including mortgage lending, credit card companies, venture capital firms, the New York Stock Exchange, and so on.

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Hospitality

Hospitality is the act of welcoming and serving guests at an establishment, and making them comfortable away from home. A hospitality business generally falls within one of four categories.

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Human Resources Management

Just as a business needs resources such as cash and supplies to operate, it also needs human resources. Human resources are the people who work in an organization, industry, or other group.

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Information Technology

Information technology, otherwise known as IT, is the use of computers within a business context. Today, there are few jobs that don’t involve any computer use. Everyone from your auto mechanic to your primary care physician uses a computer to do their work.

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Insurance

Insurance is a guarantee of compensation for a loss. Although insurance may seem to be a modern development intended to make money from nothing, the concept dates to ancient times. The modern insurance industry began mainly with a focus on protecting property against fire.

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Law Enforcement

Keeping citizens safe through law enforcement is a necessity in most modern societies. Law enforcement officers will always be needed, meaning the field usually offers excellent job security for those who can withstand the rigors of law enforcement jobs.

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Legal

The legal industry is a fast-growing industry that encompasses many types of services. What first comes to mind is likely attorneys and the court system. Individuals, businesses, and even government entities need representation in both civil and criminal disputes. But there’s much more to the legal services industry than this.

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Manufacturing and Operations

Manufacturing and operations will always be a key part of a society of consumers. But consumption isn’t inherently negative; we need many products to survive. From food to lifesaving medical equipment, products make the world go around.

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