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In this sentence I can't figure out where the question mark(s) or the period would go. Please help.
Some questions I have about the profession are what schooling is required, what is the salary like, do you have to pass a certification test, what type of annual training is required, how is the working environment, what are the hours like, what type of people will be worked with, what type of benefits are received, what are the physical requirements, and what type of overall attitude is needed?
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Hi,

Some questions I have about the profession are what schooling is required, what is the salary like, do you have to pass a certification test, what type of annual training is required, how is the working environment, what are the hours like, what type of people will be worked with, what type of benefits are received, what are the physical requirements, and what type of overall attitude is needed?

The probem is that you are writing the questions in direct speech, and therefore quotes are required.


Some questions I have about the profession are "What schooling is required?", "What is the salary like?', "Do you have to pass a certification test?", "What type of annual training is required?", "How is the working environment?", "What are the hours like?", "What type of people will be worked with?", "What type of benefits are received?", "What are the physical requirements?", and "What type of overall attitude is needed?"


Or you could write it all more indirectly. eg With regard to the profession, I have questions about the schooling required, the salary, whether a certification test is required, . . . . etc.

Or you could, in business style writing, format it like this, more simply.

Here are some questions that I have about the profession. What schooling is required? What is the salary like? Do you have to pass a certification test? What type of annual training is required? etc.

Best wishes, Clive

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