Is it better to spend the last of the money for senior prom on decorations or food? Is it better to spend more money on the class trip and go to an amusement park or save money and visit a museum?
These are challenging decisions, but if they’re challenges you’d enjoy meeting, then consider becoming a financial manager. In this career, you’ll have to make risky financial decisions -- and convince others that you’re right.
Financial managers oversee the monetary concerns of businesses and other organizations.
About three in ten financial managers work for an insurance or financial company, such as a bank.
An excellent problem solver and a clear communicator who loves working with numbers.
Because of ever-changing federal and state laws, continuing education -- at conferences and in graduate courses, for example -- is a must.