Yes, register with as many agencies as you can, take any accounting/finance assignment when offered, it's very tough out there, for years, I see folks with B.S degree and even MBA ended up employed as clerks or in general unemployed or under-employed.
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There is a company in Calabasas called DTS. They have been looking for a Financial Analyst to work in their Business Systems Department for about a year now.I was brought in as a consultant for that position in the Business Systems Department to set up reporting workbooks on Excel for their clients to report royalty sales. The Excel is very sophisticated but that was not the problem. The problems were two: One, their business is very complicated and Two, they do not want to take the time to expl...
Hi All,I have 3 years experience in corporate accounting and have decided to pursue Financial Analyst positions. Has anyone ever had luck switching from accounting to finance?I can't find any good resources online for any Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting training. If anyone knows a good one please send it my way.
I've been trying to get a job as a financial analyst since i graduated college in may 2012. Before now i had no experience of any sorts when it came to finance. I have recently obtained a job as a Revenue Agent (Tax Collector) for the state. Would the experience i am getting here be relevant to a financial analyst or am i just wasting my time? Also what are some of the job duties of a financial analyst (day to day? Do companies offer training or are you just thrown in? Thanks for the help.
Hello I have work experience in A/P and A/R and MBA in Finance, I am interested in becoming a Financial Analyst in tech company or consumer goods company. However havent been getting any interviews yet. My question is would it be easier to get staff accountant or accountant job with a firm and request to be moved to financial analyst position as it becomes available? any pointer, criticism, help would be greatly appreciated.
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming financial analyst interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
please i need to interview a financial analyst for my schoolall i need to do is email the questions that is all!!!please help me!!!!
I have completed my MBA from India, and I worked in FP&A dept for 2years. I have experience on Budget,Forecasting,MIS,Reporting. I moved to US 3years before, due to family and visa constrains I am unable to take a job here. Now I am a Permanent Resident, and I am looking for Financial Anayst jobs in Boston area. Could anybody guide me what sort of homework should I do to bridge my career gap. I am taking some online excel courses from Udemy. Please guide me
Can someone who has more experience or is a recruiter help me on this topic? I've been at a Fortune 53 company for 2 years as a financial analyst. Originally graduated with high honors from a very good college. I've assumed a lot of responsibilities that were once my hiring managers' because they've moved on. When and how can I make the jump? I believe that this can only happen externally.
I went to court and a final restraining order was issued against me (NJ). A few weeks later the plaintiff dismissed the order.Does this make it impossible or very difficult for me to find a job in a financial field?
Here I have a question about my career mapping. I am trying to know how long I have to go before I qualify for the FA position(not straight accounting, just much more about analytical workload).I am looking for internal finance department in a company, a kind of big picture job dealing with financial projection and planning or valuation, not directly with wall-street job of various securities. here is my background: MS in accounting, in the middle of CPA (but now I need to financially stable to ...
Good point, Maria. What kind of data quality have you encountered as a Cost Accountant?The number of Financial Analyst-type job postings in the Denver area has dropped off in recent weeks, but that may just be a seasonal thing. Recruiters have the bulk of openings, it seems. 'Tis a shame - I'd rather not work for a firm that is willing to outsource so critical a part of its business as employee selection... but that's another rant that belongs on a different forum.In any case, I'd risk no job ...
I just completed my service in the US army, and I am carefully doing my research in the business career field. I am planning to use my military GIBILL benefit. I have 72 months of tuition which the military will cover. I want to put it to good use because I do not want to incur debt. I am thinking in attending community college first then transfer over a four university. Does the university you attend matters to the employer in getting a job or an internship?
I'm considering going back to school trying to decide on a Masters, MBA or Certificate.I'm Manager of FP&A, though I prefer the Senior Analyst roles, with 13 years of Accounting and Financial Analyses. I really enjoy data-mining, automating and building dashboards. I prefer system implementation and planning over reporting.I've gotten major traction of my BS in Accounting but considering going for an IT certification or MIS. Also, Health Informatics seems cool.Appreciate your thoughts.
I'm currently debating between USC and CSUF for a master's in accounting, I plan on working in Southern California in Corporate Finance Analysis but don't really care where exactly, I know for a fact that USC has an amazing network and I'll have no trouble getting a job afterwards but I'm also wondering how are the employment prospects of people graduating from CSU Fullerton.
there are 150 to 200 persons applying for each 'single' positions in these job sites
What is the best for me? I have no experience at all!
Hey i completed MBA in financial services & now pursuing C.F.A. so How to Start My CareerPlz help me..
How did you get your start doing financial analyst work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
I WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH DO FINANCIAL ANALYST WHO GOT A BACHELOR S DEGREE EARN?
Can anyone weigh in on the best way to locate a Sr. Financial Analyst for a position focused on offshore Vietnam?
It's been my experience that you need 2 things to get a job as a financial analyst:1. A BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration2. Two years of experience as a Financial AnalystThat's why I pretty much gave up on it for now. I have a BA in political science but found finance more interesting, so I wanted to career change over to it. I was lucky enough to get a temp assignment that was a financial analyst job, but now I only have 6 months experience, I still need another year and ...
I am a fincial analyst w/ 1 year experience and a good GPA from a good university. Can anyone working for a company that hires analysts forward my resume?
So I am graduating with a BBA in Finance in May 2012 but since I am on winter break right now I am applying to some financial analyst jobs. I am having trouble finding them and I have no experience but I want to do some entry level stuff and work on my CFA and my masters in a year or two. Should I look for an internship instead?What should I be searching for ?I really want to be a financial analyst but I am lost when it comes to searching for the jobs. I applied to some jobs using indeed and ...
I'm sorry, but this is a lazy answer. Seriously. How do you get experience if you need experience to break into the field. Can you please explain that. Working in tech for 5 years now, I have found out that sales experience does not carry over into technical experience. So if that is what you are talking about for a foot in the door Good luck.