Banking
 

For those who want to engineer the next economic boom...

Ah, the intense world of banking.  High-stress, fast-pace and crazy long hours. But it's also one of the most stable and financially rewarding careers out there.  Never mind the bad rap that they've been getting since the financial crisis.  These institutions are here to stay.  Credit, currency exchange, money, bills, bonds.  These are the life blood of every economy in the world.  Money has to keep pumping in and out of the system and it could be your job to guide that cash flow.

You want to work on Wall Street?  Become an Investment Banker or Hedge Fund Manager?  Entry level jobs usually include Analyst or Associate.  Display top-notch business analysis and killer sales acumen, and you can handle multi-million even billion dollar accounts.  Corporate banking jobs, on the other hand, may start you off as a Junior Loan Officer, Credit Analyst, Trust Officer or Account Manager.   Do well and you can rise up the ranks and become a Senior Corporate Loan Officer, Branch Manager, Mortgage Banker, Market Manager, and even Chief Financial Officer!

They say money moves the world.  Well, you can help the world move its money.  Read on for more career information on jobs in banking below.

 
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