3 Things to Do Today to Increase Your Social Media Networking in Financial Analysis

December 16, 2013

Social media networking is a prevalent and legitimate market for financial analysis professionals today. If you are looking to find your first financial analysis job, move up in your field, or simply network within your field, social media networking is where it is at. Therefore, savvy financial analysis professionals need to understand social media networking […]

Read the full article →

What to Ask Yourself Before Accepting a Job in Financial Analysis

December 2, 2013

You have made it through the job interview, maybe two of them, and have now been offered the job. You should just hurry and say yes, right? Well…not exactly. Be sure to ask yourself a few questions before you say yes to that financial analysis job offer. Does this job lead me down the right […]

Read the full article →

4 Reasons You May Wish to Consider an Advanced Degree in Financial Analysis

November 15, 2013

As bachelor’s degree become more and more a common resume addition, advanced degrees, such as a master’s degree, becomes almost a requirement in financial analysis.  If you are planning to remain in your professional field and advance, it is imperative that you at least consider the pursuit of an advanced degree. Here are some of […]

Read the full article →

Updating Your Skills in Today’s Financial Analysis Job Market

October 31, 2013

Today’s financial analysis job market can be difficult to navigate. Are there jobs? What skills does someone need? These are all questions many financial analysis job seekers ask themselves. Whether you are unemployed or currently working in another field and hoping to find a job in the financial analysis market, it is important to update […]

Read the full article →

5 Things Every Financial Analysis Professional Should Do To Start Each Day

October 28, 2013

Starting your day out right is important. If you get your day started out right, you have set yourself up for a more successful and productive day. In financial analysis, it is important to stay on track and accomplish your tasks each day. The best way to do this is to get your day started […]

Read the full article →

Why It Is Important to be a Good Financial Analysis Mentor

October 18, 2013

You have likely heard about how important it is to have a mentor in financial analysis and/or BE a good financial analysis mentor. Whether your place of business has a formal mentor program or not, being a good financial analysis mentor can be an important move in your career. Being a mentor does not mean […]

Read the full article →

Top 10 Things NOT to Say in Your Next Financial Analysis Interview

October 7, 2013

Interviews can be a stressful time. If you are in the process of looking for your next financial analysis job, you may be preparing for that upcoming interview and wondering what you should and shouldn’t do. Here are the top 10 things you might want to consider NOT saying during your next financial analysis interview: […]

Read the full article →

What to Ask Yourself Before You Quit Your Financial Analysis Job

September 30, 2013

In today’s volatile market, it is important to keep some things in mind before you decide to quit your financial analysis job.  This is not to say that there are not reasons to quit your job.  There is a lot to say for being happy in the workplace and with what you do. However, if […]

Read the full article →

The 5 Don’ts of Your Next Financial Analysis Interview

September 24, 2013

One of the most dreaded parts of getting a new job is the interview. Most financial analysis professionals, as well as just about anyone else, finds the interview process a little intimidating.  However, if you prepare yourself for your interview, you may find that you feel better about the process then if you go into […]

Read the full article →

Is a Certification What You Need to Further Your Financial Analysis Career?

September 9, 2013

There is no one that will say that today’s job market is not competitive. It can be a challenge to find a new job, any job at all, and this is true in every field, even financial analysis. Even if you have the skills, education and training to qualify for a job in the field […]

Read the full article →