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How much freedom do you have in your career?

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Simeon’s Answer

In process assurance, you have a lot of freedom to request the type of clients you work on and even can request to transfer to other countries if they have openings. There are a lot of options for structuring your work day as well.
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Emily’s Answer

As an auditor, I have found you have as much freedom in your career as you advocate for. If you speak up for yourself and advocate for yourself, chances are you will get what you need / ask for. I think my career offers freedom that I need because I have learned to adopt these skills.

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DENNIS’s Answer

Hi Laurelyn: As a trial lawyer I had a suprising amont of freedom. Granted there were a lot of long hours in preperation for Court, but most days I was in a Courthouse in New York City where I knew many of the other lawyers and Judges and generally did what I wanted. Needless to say while in the actual Courtroom I advocated very hard for my clients! However, in Court there is a great deal of waiting around time. Waiting for the Judge, waiting for your turn, waiting for second call, waiting. So I was lucky that I had no one looking over my shoulder and was generally free to do what I wanted. Good luck!
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