Comparative Analysis

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/24/10 Job Selection Process Comparative Analysis Taryn Lopez  Randy Henry Steven Forman
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 11/24/10 A Certified Public Accountant with 10 years  experience has been offered 3 jobs in 3 different  locations at public accounting firms. He needs to  decide which job would be best for him. There is  also the option to keep his current job in  Huntsville, Alabama. Define the Problem
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 11/24/10 What is the best job to take? Assumptions  - The main considerations are to determine  which job will provide the greatest financial support, have  affordable living conditions, have comfortable weather  temperatures, and have room for growth in the position. Assumptions
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 11/24/10 What is the best job to take? Constraints
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 11/24/10 Austin, Texas Albany, New York Sacremento, California Huntsville, Alabama (status quo) Alternatives
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 11/24/10 Salary Cost of Living Weather  Growth of Job Criteria
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