Credit Controllers In Demand in Financial Industry

March 24th, 2014 by

For individuals who have good decision-making skills and love the idea of financial planning, a career as a credit controller might be a very good option. Credit controllers decide whether or not to grant credit to individuals or companies, and they manage the debt of existing creditors. There are two main fields of specialization in this career: working with consumer credit, which involves lending money to individual members of the public, or working in commercial credit, which deals with lending money to business customers.[...] Read More...

Job Outlook For Financial Analysts

February 7th, 2014 by

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its yearly occupation handbook, and some people might be surprised to see which jobs showed the most growth and best pay. The 2014 handbook lists around 580 different occupations along with their required training and education, job descriptions, expected earnings and future growth potential. Jobs are divided into 25 different segments. At the top of this year’s list is the management analyst, who advises business managers on how to cut costs and improve the profitability of the business.[...] Read More...

Jobs Available On Wall Street For Well-Qualified Applicants

January 30th, 2014 by

One might well see more job opportunities advertised in the financial services industry this year, but it is unlikely that there will be as many jobs as there were before the start of the recession. The top-dollar jobs with big bonuses are not extinct, but candidates will no longer easily find jobs such as those at Wall Street’s trading desks.[...] Read More...