I'm doing an investment internship and I really want to impress my manager to increase my chances of being offered a job. What does an investment consultant do and what skills and qualities should I know and learn about? Thank you in advance.
@photofox...do you know the meaning of internship?
I am a postgraduate ,with 15 years of experience in financial sector as investment consultant,can I get a job in new zealand,if yes how?
I want to be an architect but I'm not sure if they make enough money for me. I got big dreams but I've got the big brains to achieve them, and patience. Some people want the money but don't want to work for it I'm willing to work for it. (Shocking right) So what are jobs that could get that kind of salary. And what degree and how many years of experience do you need.
Doctor of any kind is out I'm too queasy, same with sports player, and entertainment/modeling. I'm average looking, average singer, and I can't dance at all. Maybe acting I could do acting I can fake the heck out of people. ^-^ but I'm not really considering that.
I don't expect a starting salary to be that 350K
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
I'm going to start a 4 year university in June, and i'm thinking i'll major in business. I was just wondering what jobs are available for someone with a bachelors in business.
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
I want to work in human resources. I have a degree in economics and I'm not sure how to proceed. I've been applying for jobs in the clerical field, accounting, and one position as a human resources clerk. Is it hard to get work in HR?
Please give a description that entails what comes with the job and how much the annual average salary is. Thank you!
Recently, my company announced that all workers would have to divulge any second jobs or self-employment, and furthermore, have them approved (or denied) by the General Manager as a condition for continued employment.
Is this legal?
Notes: I work in California (so any help with state law would be useful) and my employer is a State Government entity.
And if you are one, how much do you make on average per month? How much of your own money have you put in? Pros? Cons?
Basically, I'm just trying to look at potential part-time jobs I can do as a full-time mom.
I HAVE checked their website, but they don't touch on the subject directly. At least, nothing that I found was very direct.
I've just graduated uni and I'm looking for a career job that allows me to travel to many countries around the world for business trips. Ive thought about investment banking, financial analyst and investment consultanting. Are there are any others that I could consider?
Any feedback is welcome. Thank you.
I have a BS in Management Information Systems but the position I hold not isn't really teaching me nothing new. I am planning on getting my MBA but I want to make sure I will be qualified to get a good job. What do you think?
I am going to be a junior in college this fall so I don't have much professional experience working with investments. I do have experience in investing and trading stocks though. So if I were to add the following items on my resume under the "Hobbies and Skills" section, would it look impressive or would it look no good. All of the following is true by the way:
·Has a passion for researching equities.
·Recently started managing $90,000 of family portfolios, which include equities and options.
·Realized a 40?ain year over year in a model portfolio from 2006-2007.
As I said, this would be listed under the "hobbies and skills" section of the portfolio. I also have a few more things listed there so it is not like this is the only thing.
Thanks for answers.
Is there a wide range of different jobs for this major?
is it good to major in this?
is this an easy major?
I graduated with a degree in Finance in 2002, but I was unable to find a finance job. I took a job as a buyer for a manufacturing company, but now I want to get back into finance. One thing I don't want to do financial consulting. What is the easiest way to get into the financial world?
Also are there any bonuses and perks involved? Thank you.
The company I work for uses AIG for their investment advisers. They match up to 3?My question is should I rollover to another financial advisor or keep with AIG. I am have already lost 35?f my retirement and unhappy with what I have been reading in the papers about AIG. I know I should still contribute to AIG to receive my company match since its free money, but am not sold on leaving everything with them and watching the government continue to bail AIG out.
I would like to find a job working at night a few hours locally. What would be good job to look for?
I have a nursing home across the street from my home and a hospital a few block away. No nursing attending please.
I'm even willing to volunteer to get myself known.
I am interested in finance and investing, and am currently in school for business. I am unsure of what career possibilities await me after graduation though.
I was considering positions like: investment adviser, financial adviser, tax consultant, financial planner, etc
I would like to be giving advice, but not putting huge pressure on my shoulders (ie- I don't want to physically make the decisions of how to invest others' money)
I like researching different ways to invest that would avoid high taxes, and other ways to maximize returns
I would like to stay away from sales as much as possible, as I don't want to sell a product I might not necessarily believe in; and sales really isn't my thing. I hear that financial planners is really only 5?lanning/researching, and 95?ales/marketing