I was wondering what excel features and functions one needs as a pricing analyst. I am doing a report on employment caracteristics for a school project and know that excel is an important tool for this field. Any additional info anyone may have on this field will also be helpful. Thanks.
Hi, I'm a fresh graduate and still thinking on whether to pursue career in financial or investment analyst job. The thing is I really like analyzing financial statement of a company and love valuing whether the price is cheap or not and make an investment on it especially on a long term basis. But I hate dealing with complex statistical datas and econometrics.
So is there any analyst or other job that allow me to do these things that I love without having to deal with all those statistical datas and econometrics on trend, macroeconomics, etc and still earn good earnings?
Please share with me your expert advice, opinion as well as where to get the job on this matter. I'm really grateful for your kind help.
I have a job interview soon with Eon-UK as a business/pricing analyst but I'm new to the energy market (my degree was in Physics). Can someone give me a brief overview of this concept as I think it's important to the position.
Okay im giving you the job description
"Doing research on companies' financials in respective assigned sectors to arrive at the estimate stock prices and produce analyst reports".
h*********u gonna do this all?? Any explanation? What sources would u use? How will you produce reports?
Please tell me.
I am graduating high school this year and i am interested in learning the requirments to become a Market research analyst.
What is the job description? I heard that you get to test products before they come out on the market, is that true?
What kind of college degree would i need to get?
Also who pays the stock analysts?
Indirectly and directly?
Does this not create suspicions that these "analysts" are bribed?
And dont say the SEC , we all know who first started overlooking that operation (Joe Kennedy one of the biggest weasels on Wall Street ever!)
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
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.
Is there a big demand for Financial analysts? How does a programmer become one?
I've always been good at analyzing concepts, making decisions, and deciphering statistics, while highly complex math is neither a skill nor something I enjoy doing. I have a high GPA, but I would quickly rise to incompetence if I stayed in the mathematical areas.
What kinds of econ or related jobs may suit these skills?
Thank you for your help!
I am finishing up my Bachelors degree in Marketing and will be starting my MBA following. I am wondering what different professions are out there and a job description with them for those with a marketing degree.
I know of these:
What are many others that I may be interested in? I would like to research these different professions and what they entitle. Thanks for the help.
I'm soon to have a bachelor's degree in economics and I'm trying to find a job. Where, other than banks, would be good places to apply with that degree?
My husband likes that kind of work but due to the high house prices people stopped buying houses which made it harder to find jobs like that. He is in commercial construction right now but likes being a carpenter.
It seems very coincidental that gas prices rose exponentially as the Bush term went on, and now are suddenly falling to their original numbers in its few last weeks. The hawkishness and false reasons for the start of the Iraq War, and the record profits of Exxon add even more of a "foul smell". Can you provide some specific proof one way or another?
I'm currently looking for a job since my current job is having financial difficulties... I don't want to go from one work place to the other, with same or similar problem. How do you find the company's financial health and other background?
As a high school student, I'm pondering what exactly I'm going to do as far as a future career. Though I really want to be a journalist, I know that I have to do something that makes a tad bit more money to sustain my current lifestyle.
To help me with my decision, can someone please give me an layout of what a day in the life of a marketing research analyst is?
Thanks in advance. =D
I hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and want to know what the job title is for a position with the function of calculating the best options for best the price of? I wasn't sure if it would be an Actuary or possibly a Cost Analyst? My 2nd question is: What would the major be called it I were to go back to college to attain this position? Thanks!
What kind of jobs are usually on wall street? Can I please have a list of possible career paths in those type of companies?
Im mainly referring to engineering and financial types.
I mean like financial companies in general...
GS and MS were just two examples off the top of my head.
As a young engineer, given my interest in equity markets, any skills I need to practice on? Say, pricing of Options (B&S etc) ?
Also, which programming languages must I be familiar with? Will C be sufficient, or must I study also VC++/JAVA? Which one is preferred?
Basically I'm a double major with these 2 degrees and will be graduating and was wondering what the best opportunities were. I would like to make a good wage, but I am having trouble marketing myself in a way which I can command a higher wage because of my 2 degrees. Basically the essence of these degrees combined boil down to- stick me in your supply chain and I will provide more efficiency. Can anyone think of job titles though? Thank you.