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“The auditors will at the entire software program and always find something, and report it to management. If anything is out of line, we’re going to find it.” Andrew Beveridge. “Accounting is possibly the most boring subject in the world. And also it could be the most confusing. But if you want to be rich, long-term, it could be the most important subject.”Robert T. Kiyosaki, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.The reason I believe that my strengths of being an achiever and learner fit the requirements to be an auditor or accountant is that as a child I was always interested in the idea of making, and calculating money. I was hardworking, and I had the stamina to work hard and I was always ready to do anything to achieve my goal. I took great satisfaction from what I did, and those are the requirements you need to have to become an auditor or accountant.An Auditor’s job description is to gather and analyze data to detect flawed controls, duplicated effort, overspending, fraud, or non-compliance with laws, regulations, and management policies, and to examine the internal control and accounting system of the organization, and to inspect account books and accounting systems for efficiency, effectiveness, and use of accepted accounting procedures to record transactions, and to inspect data about material assets, net worth, liabilities, capital stock, surplus, income, and expenditures, while an accountant job is to inspect account books and accounting systems for efficiency, effectiveness, and use of accepted accounting procedures to record transactions.According to careerplanner.com, it says that most accountants and auditors work full time. In 2016, about 1 in 5 worked more than 40 hours per week. Overtime hours are typical at certain times of the year, such as at the end of the budget year or during tax season.Luckily, the employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. In general, employment growth of accountants and auditors is expected to be closely tied to the health of the overall economy. As the economy grows, more workers should be needed to prepare and examine financial records, says CareerPlanner.com. The average pay for an Auditor is $54,426 per year. A skill in Risk Management / Risk Control is associated with high pay for this job. People in this job generally don’t have more than 20 years’ experience. The median annual wage for accountants was $68,150 in May 2016.A person interested in becoming an auditor will need a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field is generally the minimum requirement for entry-level employment. In some positions, master’s degrees may be preferred. Accounting degrees are available in nearly every form, both on-campus and online. A bachelor’s degree in accounting is required to be an auditor, and a master’s degree in accounting makes one even more desirable in the auditor job market. Obtaining both those degrees would make one eligible for a CPA (certified public accountant) exam, which some employers who are looking for auditors also require.Accounting degrees are available in nearly every form, both on-campus and online. Accounting majors can pursue certificates, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s of accounting degrees, or other MBAs with accounting specializations. Most entry-level jobs require at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field. Job seekers who earn special certifications, a master’s degree, or cultivate another specialized expertise may have an advantage in the job market.To become an auditor your major focus should be on getting a bachelor’s degree, and to spend up to 5 years if you want to become a CPA, you must be able to use accounting information systems, you have to learn to prepare tax filings and study tax law, you should be able to evaluate a company’s efficiency and profitability and be able to create and analyze balance sheets and finally you should learn to use GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles)My other strengths that have helped prepare me for these two careers are intellection. In Accounting, you must be able to be introspective and appreciate the intellectual discussion.I believe my strength helps me to become an auditor because auditors must be self-motivated, tenacious, good problem solvers, good communicators, and not mind staying with a particular task for a long time, as it sometimes takes a lot of patience and endurance to piece together various information in order to attest to the accuracy of records.Work Cited PageSource- “Accountants and Auditors.” Career Information Center, edited by Kristin B. Mallegg and Joseph Palmisano, 10th ed., vol. 4: Business Management and Administration, Macmillan Reference USA, 2014, pp. 4-8. 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