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Posted February 12, 2018 by

Entry level finance jobs and the skills you need to land one


If you are considering a career related to finance, what are your options? Here we share entry-level finance jobs that are available to you, along with the salaries you can expect. We’ll also share the skills you need to launch and grow your career, and what makes a Finance major worth it.

You will find finance jobs in just about every organization, across all industries. Eunice Frey, HR manager and blogger says, “It is up to you to select the industry that you feel works best for you and has the right level of career progression available for you to take advantage of.” She sees a lot of professionals in finance and banking end up stagnant and frustrated because they are not advancing in a meaningful direction. You should reflect on what career path you might enjoy most, and choose an industry and organization that can provide that to you. (more…)

Bank lender shaking hands with customer. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Posted March 23, 2017 by

College grads wanted for entry-level community banking careers


Recent college grads seeking entry-level jobs in the banking industry are heading into the field at the right time. That’s because many baby boomers who hold senior-level positions are expected to retire in the next five to ten years, and community and regional banks are looking for recent college grads and entry-level job seekers to emerge as industry leaders.

“America’s banks employ more than two million people with various backgrounds, skill sets and job functions,” said Mike Townsend, a spokesman for the American Bankers Association. “Thousands of baby-boomer bankers are likely to retire within the next decade, and opportunities for advancement will be abundant for the next generation entering the workforce.”


Posted September 01, 2006 by

Banking Those Entry-Level Jobs

For those interested in entry-level banking jobs my money ideas are all tied to job search sites that I’ve frequently promoted and had consistent success with.
Of course is perfect for all of your entry-level banking job needs and should be the first step to take. Just make sure you specify entry-level banking and then check out all the featured jobs listed there.
If you are a person who likes to keep their options open I also suggest as another helpful sites. The bonus with this one is that not only does it list entry-level banking jobs, but also it does so by salary level and range and provides tons of other salary and budgeting tools. I am a big budget fan and when deciding on how to pay back school debts it’s nice to know what to expect from an entry-level job. Look into it.
Career Bank is also a nice site to look at. I did a search for entry-level banking and results from all related fields popped up. Actually, it also has a lot of fun tools to play with and even a help link, which I think more of these sites should incorporate.
Finally, I say can also be useful. Any site that provides entry-level banking jobs I say look into. Find the money jobs.