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Madhusudhan’s Answer

There are numerous career opportunities for candidates who choose Commerce after class 12th. Most of the jobs are in accounting, commerce, banking and finance domains. Below listed are a few job profiles and career opportunities after 12th Commerce.Jobs and Career Opportunities after 12th Commerce
Course Name
Job Profiles and Career Opportunities
Chartered Accountancy - (Private Practice, Advisor, Financial Advisor)
Company Secretary - (Advisor, Compliance Officer, Corporate Planner)
Cost Accountancy - (Cost Accountant, Senior Accountant, Financial Analyst)
Bachelor of Commerce - (Accountant, Accounts Executive, Financial Analyst, Finance Executive, Bank Manager)
BBA LLB - (Business Consultant, Lawyer, Govt jobs)
BBA/BMS - (Marketing Executive, Sales Executive, HR Executive, Business Development Executive)

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Shraddha’s Answer

There is a huge list of job opportunities post taking up a degree in commerce. Commerce under grad degree alone wont give you your dream job but you definitely build upon it by taking up any of the below mentioned courses. This list is not exhaustive and you can take up anything else that may interest you!

1. Chartered Accountant
2. Investment Banker
3. Chartered Financial Analyst
4. Certified Public Accountant
5. Actuary
6. Cost Accountant
7. Professional Accountants
8. Retail Manager
9. Company Secretary
10. Personal Financial Advisor

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Delina’s Answer

There is a variety of jobs you can do in commerce. Commerce is a very broad term for business. You can be anything from Store manager, real estate agent, technology, sports management, office employee etc.. It just depends on what area of business you are interested in. My degree is in business administration which is commerce field. I now work as a Real estate asset manager for Fannie Mae. That means I manage the housing inventory for the company and make decisions concerning that asset. I work closely with real estate agents on the ground and other individuals such as repair contractors, field vendors etc...My advise is to do a research on commerce (you can use google to search "jobs in commerce" and look at all the jobs then narrow down what area of business you would be interested in and go for it! Good luck!

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Madhusudhan’s Answer

There are numerous career opportunities for candidates who choose Commerce after class 12th. Most of the jobs are in accounting, commerce, banking and finance domains. Below listed are a few job profiles and career opportunities after 12th Commerce.

Course Name
Job Profiles and Career Opportunities
Chartered Accountancy - (Private Practice, Advisor, Financial Advisor)
Company Secretary - (Advisor, Compliance Officer, Corporate Planner)
Cost Accountancy - (Cost Accountant, Senior Accountant, Financial Analyst)
Bachelor of Commerce - (Accountant, Accounts Executive, Financial Analyst, Finance Executive, Bank Manager)
BBA LLB - (Business Consultant, Lawyer, Govt jobs)
BBA/BMS - (Marketing Executive, Sales Executive, HR Executive, Business Development Executive)

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Pradeep’s Answer

Hi Ayisha,
With Commerce (B.Com), parallely you can opt for an accounting jobs in banks or in software companies.
Also, you can persue M.Com & prepare yourself for CA/CS
CA would be the best choice for Commerce candidates as we have very few girls as CA, any company/organisation will hire you once you on a good position with good cut off salary.


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Sneha’s Answer

That is a great question as I have personally had difficulties when choosing a career. I went with commerce because of peer pressure and then appeared for my CAT exams and got through a Tier B school. I realised though, that what I was interested in was becoming a lawyer and then went on to do my 3 year LLB. It definitely would have saved me a year if I had realised it earlier but given the times we are in now, the world has so much to offer (including the new age educational institutes in India). The lines between the traditional educational streams are blurring and one does not need to limit oneself to a set path. I have friends who are engineers but manage hedge funds with no background knowledge of commerce and then, on the other hand, some friends have a typical finance degree but have gone on to become excellent marketing/sales managers. Just focus on what you want to do and then draw a path - becomes easier that way. You already did the right thing by asking a question here.

Sneha recommends the following next steps:

Find a senior on LinkedIn and ask for a few minutes of career advice. Seniors from your Alma Mater are more likely to spend that time.
Try doing short internships for roles that seem interesting to you and you can filter out from there.
Attend seminars/fairs to evaluate different career paths and the education path that you may need.
Plan your hunt in terms of the time within which you want to complete your education, your interests, the expenses, scholarships, extra-curricular activities, etc.

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GURO BAKKENG’s Answer

I studied Business (similar to Commerce), and ended up in Tech by coincidence to be honest. I started my career as a junior sales person, renewing support contracts for IT companies. And from there my career progressed quickly, and i have now been working in project management, sales management, consulting services and technical presales. So in answer to your question - the world is your oyster!


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Satish’s Answer

There are many careers in commerce as opportunities in accounts and finance like bachelor of commerce, business management in finance, accountant, banking sector, Economist (bachelor of economics or of mathematics & statistics), stockbroking, company secretary, Actuarial science, certified financial planner, cost and management accountant, and Certified public accountant.

Top Careers in Commerce

Banking
Investments
Insurance
Capital Market
Accounting and Taxation
Company Secretary

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mananpreet’s Answer

you can choose accounting,maketing,sales,enterpreneurship etc.

mananpreet recommends the following next steps:

make a list of things you like.
choose best option from the list.
do research.

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