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What Color Is Your Parachute?

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2017: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers
by Richard Nelson Bolles
The best-selling job-hunting book in the world. One of the reasons it's still so popular is that author Richard Bolles faithfully revises the English-language edition, often dramatically, each year.
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Deciding which career in finance to specialize in? Read this..

November 7 2016 - A career in the finance sector can be lucrative if you have years of experience and are at the managerial level. However, don't let this kill your morale or your dedication to being successful in this field. You should stay motivated, work hard, stay dedicated and you will be successful. It will not be an overnight success however. You will need to put in the work. This should not put you off or scare you away. It should fuel you to follow your passion.

There are numerous options you could take in the field of finance.

  • You could be a financial officer in any company. This is a very wide option because almost companies even hospitals, schools, restaurants and so on, require a financial officer or accountant to handle their money.
  • You could also be a financial analyst and this would involve keeping tabs on the activities of different global markets, stock markets and economies. Your work as a financial analyst could range from calculating projections about economic trends to advising clients on which are the best investments to make.
  • You could work in a bank as a teller or in an insurance firm selling different financial products. This specialty would require a lot of people skills as well as some marketing experience.

These are not the only choices you could make in your chosen career path. However, they should give you an idea about the particular direction you want to take. Take a look at the skill set you possess and try and match it to the most suited specialty. If you are more outgoing and enjoy working with people, then you should opt for a specialty that allows you to interact with clients on a day-to-day basis. However, you should be ready for the negative aspect of working with people such as having to handle cases of debt consolidation or top debt consolidation reviews. You will be required to give clients tough choices especially when their finances are not in good shape.

If you prefer working more with numbers and interpreting what they mean, then you should opt for a job as an analyst. This is a very lucrative specialty as it is highly demanding and requires certain skills and knowledge that need to be constantly updated. This specialty involves working with numbers daily, which can become overwhelming for some.

Those who like facing different challenges could opt to work as a finance officer in any number of companies. This specialty would enable you to work in varied companies that do not necessarily deal with numbers. You could be a finance officer in a restaurant or a communications company or even a hospital.

The choice really is up to you, but you are now armed with information that should help you narrow down a specialty.

Author Bio:

Maria Shrapov works as a financial officer. She gives her expert advice on several topics, such as debt consolidation and top debt consolidation reviews.

Resumes For Dummies

Resumes For Dummies(r), 6th Edition

by Joyce Lain Kennedy
  Get the jump on the competition with the first book that tells you how to create a resume that takes advantage of today's technology. Say goodbye to ugly, plain text formats and welcome the return of the handsome resume - fully formatted and reader friendly. This newly revised guide shows you how to craft a "StandOut" resume that'll get your foot in the door.
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