I have a couple of caree choices in mind when im done with college and have a finance degree, one of my choices is a Commercial Real Estate Analyst and ive been looking into becoming a Financial Analyst. Do they get a base salary and commision? i dont want a job with commision only, how much does a financial analyst make? what specifically do the do?
I have my degree in finance however I have no prior experience. I have always worked but my last job was in real estate. I have taken the last 2 years off of work to raise my son. Since I have no experience in Finance I am thinking I should try to get a certification. Which one would be the best to get?
I'm graduating from the University of Texas this spring and it's time to start looking for jobs! What sort of jobs would be suitable for a recent undergraduate student with an Economics major, Spanish minor and certificate in Business Administration. I've also worked as a waitress before (customer service experience) and in an insurance company during light paper work. I sort of have my eyes set on banking (but what positions?), real estate analyst, and human resources (most need experience though...). Please help!
Also...How much do Financial analysts get paid? any better careers than them?
I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
I am a recent grad with a
Degree in International Business
Two minors in Spanish and Political Science.
and a 3.0 GPA
Is it possible to get any finance jobs with these and no prior experiance?
Best way to work towards that if I have engineering/construction background? Without a finance major I cannot obtain a position w/ any firms, would it be better to start as project management of construction, or as a property manager? Which is more related, and allows an easier transition to such a position?
Keen to know peoples' substantiated thoughts on this? Prefer not to have generalised opinions such as sales! Do you think earn well for your job?
My brother went to the USPS website and they are only hiring for casual rural carriers (non-career, fill in).....do you need to know someone to get a full time job with the USPS?
I am planning to pursue a masters degree in the U.S. I am from an engineering background(doing my bachelors in electronics engineering) but I am more interested in pursuing masters in any field other than engineering. I am planning to take my G.R.E general exam.Can any one tell me the list of courses(like with arts flavor and even financial flavor) with good employment opportunities after I did my masters?
I'm attending The University of La Verne and getting a degree in finance. I don't know what I should do with the degree....My original idea was to go into the mortgage/real estate business, because for the past two years I've been doing mortgages, but I'm not sure if I want to stay in Real Estate because of the fluxuation of the market. What are other good jobs that I could get after I get the degree in finance? I want to make a lot of money and of course I know I'm still going to have to work my way up the latter, but does anyone have any suggestions of where I can make the most money and everything else.
I know that there are probably many different ones out there, but I keep coming across the same 2 or 3. Could anyone give me a nice long list for me to research. Thanks
It got cut off?
I don't really know what I want to do. I did kind of want to be a lawyer but I am not so sure that my family can afford for me to go through 7 years of college. I also want to have a higher paying job, or at least something that pays decent. I don't know where to start though! Anyone have some career options I could look into?
Will get better? Analyst Predictions are not till 2013 and 2-3 million more net job losses to come. If Obama's Stimulus plan is Create 2 million jobs, yet it's predicted 6.5 Million job losses, I just don't see how that is supposed to help re-boost the economy that much faster. Should we start spending or keep savings
What kinds of companies do many get a job at?
and what kind of job?
what do they do?
I am trying to figure out my future.
i am going to have a double major.
i am going to major in voice and either finance or international relations.
which one do you think is better and what kind of jobs can you get with a degree in finance or international relations.
i am leaning towards internatinal reations because that seems pretty interesting.
please give me your opinions.
and what would be a good minor for me to have?
i dont want to minor in voice i want it to be my other major.
I am planning to buy fast food joint, popeyes chicken or del Taco.
And I want to know what would be the enterprise multiplier to time it with EBITDA. I have the cash flow and all the information but I just want to make sure I am not over paying for the business.
EBITDA x enterprise multiplier.
I know that it would deal with economics, but what kind of jobs within the economics field would I be applying for?
I am a finance major and there are a few career choices in mind
1. Commercial Real Estate Analyst for Bank of America
2.Financial Analysts, maybe working in the finance department for Goldman Sachs
3. Branch manager for Washington Mutual
I really am interest in the first one but lately i have been thinkin about becoming a bank manager for Wamu, i prefer them.
if you are really into finance and banking would this be a good career? i know there is a salary and bonuses...anyone with experience please tell me what it is like
Like franchises have a person who goes out looking for the most viable location for a future store location, what would be that person's title? chief expansion officer or something . I don't know.