As a function that needs math, probability and statistics, if you want to work in finance, it's good to know that these studies will be necessary.
I hope you have already studied hard to be a financial manager or so on, as there are some sub-jobs in this classification.
Suppose you have studied to do one of the following three positions:
1. Personal financial advisers
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), they assist clients with investments, tax laws and other financial issues (www.bls.gov). In addition, they make recommendations depending on your goals.
Financial advisors can educate their clients on financial terminology, investment strategies and other topics. Some are specialized in certain areas, such as investments and retirement.
2. Financial Analysts
According to the BLS, they analyze potential investments by conducting research, reviewing financial information.
3. And finally,
Financial Manager, who supervises the tax operations of companies or government agencies. They often make personnel decisions and find new revenue streams.
Excellent. There are many variations of Finance Managers. You may be involved in pure accounting or in strategic finance...all exciting roles as you develop your career. As in all careers, finance requires hard work to learn the technical accounting and finance skills, and more importantly, it is important to gain the valuable experience so that you can apply your finance skills to the business area you are assigned. Also keep in mind that good finance managers are more than technical accountants. You want to be a business person with finance skills...think about it like a "T" where you are broad on understanding the business and deep on the finance skills.
The good thing about finance is that money flows through the business like blood in a body, touching and enriching each part from the tip of the toes to the brin. So as a finance manager you have the opportunity to be involved in all parts of the business every day.