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Careers in Government and Public Administration

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Accountants and Auditors
Interpret budget statements in order to give financial advice.
Administrative Service Managers
Oversee clerical or logistical activities for businesses.
Architectural and Engineering Managers
Coordinate and manage the work of architects and engineers.
Broadcast News Analysts
Analyze, interpret, and report on news events.
Chief Executives
Direct companies at the highest level of management.
College Architecture Teachers
Teach architecture courses at the college level.
College Communications Teachers
Teach communications courses at the college level.
College Political Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in political science.
Compliance Officers
Evaluate whether organizations are in compliance with government laws on a variety of issues.
Construction and Building Inspectors
Inspect structures to make sure that building codes are met through all phases of construction.
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks
Perform clerical duties in courts or government licensing agencies.
Detectives and Criminal Investigators
Investigate or solve crimes.
Study monetary, fiscal, and other economic issues and problems.
Emergency Management Directors
Create and oversee plans for dealing with emergency situations.
Financial Examiners
Make sure that financial institutions are operating within certain rules or regulations.
General and Operations Managers
Plan and coordinate the activities of organizations.
Government Program Eligibility Interviewers
Determine whether a person qualifies for certain government program benefits, such as social security.
Interview people by telephone, mail, or in person to complete forms, applications, or surveys.
Introduce or create laws.
Political Scientists
Research a wide variety of political issues and test theories.
Postal Service Clerks
Perform a variety of clerical tasks in post offices.
Postal Service Mail Carriers
Sort mail, and deliver mail on a regular route.
Postal Service Mail Sorters
Examine, sort, and route mail for distribution.
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents
Coordinate administrative activities for a U.S. post office.
Public Relations Specialists
Create a public image for their organization or product.
Real Estate Appraisers and Assessors
Estimate the fair market value of properties.
Reporters and Correspondents
Report and write stories for news outlets.
Social and Community Service Managers
Plan, direct, and coordinate activities for social service programs.
Statistical Assistants
Prepare statistical data for reports.
Surveying and Mapping Technicians
Help surveyors keep boundary lines clear in construction projects.
Tax Examiners and Collectors
Collect taxes from people or companies according to laws or regulations.
Tax Preparers
Prepare tax returns for individuals or small businesses.
Transportation Inspectors
Inspect equipment or goods to make sure cargo or people are transported safely.
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers
Make sure that an organization's transportation, storage, and distribution tasks are running smoothly.
Urban and Regional Planners
Develop comprehensive plans for how land should be used.
Utility Meter Readers
Read meters and record the use of electricity, gas, or water.