Finance Jobs & Employment Information
Business finance jobs exist across various levels in most companies.
For example, an entry level financial clerk is expected to perform tasks such as billing, maintaining financial records and collecting and recording payments. In the middle level, one is expected to analyze financial information, find methods to maximize profits, set budgets, prepare reports, manage investment, and execute financial strategies. On the top, CFOs, controllers and audit heads are ones who manage high-level regulations, negotiations, and important clients and contracts.
If you have a master’s degree in finance, or an industry certification, your scope in the financial industry is good. It is expected that opportunities for self-employed financial managers will grow by 9%, financial analysts will grow by 23% and financial clerks will grow by 11% by the end of the decade.
Financial clerks in 2010, as per the BLS earned $33,710 on an average. Financial Managers earned $107,160 and controllers earned between $69,000 and $183,250 depending on the size of the firm.