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5 Reasons to Pursue a Finance Career

Posted by: Gavin Au-Yeung Date: August 31, 2021 Category: Blog

There are plenty of great reasons why newcomers should consider a finance career in Canada. Some of the benefits of working in finance include a large range of career opportunities, job stability, and personal challenges. Continue reading to learn more about why you may want to consider a career in finance.

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1. Various Career Options

A finance degree can help work in a variety of industries. This is because finance professionals are essential everywhere. You could end up working in banks, government agencies, businesses, and much more! In addition, the soft skills that you develop from working in finance are transferable and highly regarded by many employers. These skills include communication, problem-solving, and analytical thinking.

2. Worldwide Opportunities

Finance professionals are needed everywhere. In fact, the finance sector provides some of the best opportunities to work in an international environment with different clients, industries, and locations. In addition, technological advancements have made working in the financial industry more flexible. Newcomers will also find plenty of opportunities in Canada’s financial sector.

3. Opportunity for Growth

Finance careers often have clear growth opportunities. At the same time, successful finance professionals constantly challenge themselves to expand their knowledge and receive more career opportunities. Most finance professionals will choose to advance their career by pursuing certifications that help them grow within their position or organization. Personal accomplishments are highly regarded in the financial sector. Therefore, there are many opportunities for fast career growth.

4. Great Paying Jobs

Generally speaking, a career in the finance industry pays more than many other industries. Individuals aspiring for a high-paying and stable career are often drawn to this sector for these reasons. Finance careers are extremely stable as financial professionals are constantly in demand. As a result, these professionals have the ability to explore different career opportunities that are available with finance certifications.

5. A Dynamic Environment

Careers in the finance sector are constantly changing and growing. The industry is moving towards exciting changes because of various factors. For example, new markets, technologies, and laws are constantly shifting work in the finance sector. As a result, working in finance is perfect for individuals who enjoy problem-solving and working at a fast pace.

Looking for a career in finance?

Skilled newcomers in Alberta and Saskatchewan can receive free career support from the experts at Career Loans. If you are hoping to enter Canada’s financial sector, speak with our counsellors and discuss your options of how you can return to your desired careers. In addition, ask about our optional micro loans that can help pay for any training and certification that will help advance your finance career in Canada.

Schedule your free appointment with our counsellors today by clicking here!

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