What does a governor do?
Governors are the chief executive officers of their states. They are responsible for directing and managing the government and related departments. They enforce state laws, approve or deny legislation proposals, and manage the National Guard. They select individuals to manage state departments, boards, agencies, councils, and commissions. They make changes to departments and designate executive orders. Governors are also responsible for coordinating efforts to fill department vacancies. They hold necessary meetings to discuss important issues. They are also involved in a variety of issues related to federal funding, tax laws, and budget planning. Governors regularly communicate with the media and present issues that are important to the state.
What kind of training does a governor need?
Governors must have at least a high school diploma and related experience. Most governors have a college degree from a highly regarded college or university to demonstrate their qualifications. Governors must have a solid understanding about a variety of issues that affect their state. Many governors complete volunteer experience or activist work to gain experience and public recognition. Many also begin their careers in lower government positions to gain the necessary experience before running for a governor position. Voters elect governors, so it is essential that governors have sufficient experience to perform their job successfully. Aspiring governors must set up effective election campaigns. Governors must also be at least 30 years old, been a resident of their state for at least 5 years, and been a resident of the United States for a minimum of 15 years.
What are the prospects for a career as a governor?
Employment of all top executives, including governors is expected to experience little or no change from 2008 to 2018 (1).
Keen competition for governor positions is expected due to the high level of prestige associated with the position.
How much do auto damage appraisers make?
As of January 2010, auto damage appraisers with less than 1 year experience earn average annual salaries between $30,968 and $41,212. Those with 1 to 4 years experience earn average annual salaries between $39,047 and $50,241 (2).
A career as an auto damage appraiser is a great choice for people with a strong interest in auto body repair and estimating the costs to repair a variety of vehicles. Auto damage appraisers must have a solid understanding of how to inspect and estimate repairs and costs. Patience, self-confidence, detail orientation, and mechanical aptitude are necessary characteristics. Auto damage appraisers must have good communication because they often work with a variety of clients and other workers.