What can I do with a degree in applied buisiness and financial services?

I want to go to college to get my bachelors degree in financial services. (Stocks, insurence, investments, ect) However I know that banks are trying to lower the number of workers they have and I dont want to end up selling insurance or anything like that. I would like to trade up stocks or tell companies how to better spend they're money. Can I do that with this degree? What could I do with it? Thanks! 10 points for reasonable answer!

Asked By: uwilltap1029 - 12/20/2007
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Well if you don't want to go into financial services, one option you could consider is consulting. Consulting will give you better exposure to different clients, industry sectors, and business environments than working for a bank anyway... More
Answered By: oatw - 12/20/2007
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Well, I don't think you have to work for a bank if you don't want to or can't find a job there. Large corporations need financial experts also, since more and more of them are giving their employees stock options, so you could be hired as a consultant. Hope this helps you!
Answered By: draya522 - 12/20/2007
With knowledge in Financial Services Management and Administration, you’ll have the opportunity to acquire and apply the skills, knowledge and tools required to make an immediate contribution to business success in an increasingly sophisticated and demanding industry. you’ll be employable in areas such as banks... More
Answered By: V.T.V.RAM - 12/24/2007
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