After considering many different types of careers that are available to study today I chose to complete my research paper on a Financial advisor. A financial advisor can do many things with his/her career such as buying and selling securities (stocks and bonds) on behalf of their clients, and being a financial planner for his/her clients, and much more. These qualified candidates that choice to peruse a career in finances very confident about quick decision making with little time to think it over, also have excellent communication skills with people.
Although there is no official requirements required for a financial advisor many employers will expect a bachelor’s degree, along with previous coursework in finance, and/or accounting is helpful to your hiring process. Many places such as banks, and financial firms offer internships to gain valuable experience in real-life. The candidate seeking a career in this type of field will be expected to have excellent math and economic skills, along with excellent communication skills to represent their clients in their needs and/or wants.
There are many colleges through out the United States, just to mention a few colleges in Virginia that offer courses in Financial Advisor is the George Mason University and our local State University. The classes you would need to obtain your bachelors degree would be an Introduction to Financial Advising, Accounting, Risk Management, Investment Planning course, Estate planning, and Retirement and employee benefit planning course.
Financial Advising will allow you to help clients and businesses in managing and budgeting their financial stager ties. The next course would be accounting which basically prepare you inventory, payroll, and how to record business transactions. Next you would get into an introduction of disability, life and medical insurance and learn how to read insurance policies and explain them to clients with Risk Management. With Investment...