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Bonds There are numerous career options available to business and finance graduates. Students can begin careers in government, the non-profit sector, corporate finance, banking, investments and wealth management, education and other fields. However, it is useful to know the expected salaries and the projected job demand for a particular skill set prior to spending years acquiring the expertise to work in that field. One of the ways you can learn more about a particular career is to research that career using various resources. Use the website below to start your research on your chosen field. Then discuss with the class your chosen career, explaining the skill set needed to perform the job, the demand for the job, and the salary projections for the chosen career field. Explain how your current qualifications match up to the skills needed. For assistance in your search you can use the University’s library and the Center for Excellence in Financial Services to assist in your discussion. Professor and Class, My chosen career field is accounting. I would like to one day be a forensic accountant for the FBI. Finance, business math and accounting are mandatory in the strategy I have to accomplish my goal to become a forensic accountant for the FBI. A forensic accountant at the FBI can make anywhere between $87.687 and $97.568 with an average salary of $92.628. At the FBI, forensic accountants conduct the financial investigative portion of complex cases across a wide variety of Bureau programs investigating terrorists, spies, and criminals of all kinds who are involved in financial wrongdoing. [ CITATION FBI122 \l 1033 ]
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