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Financial Planning Analyst Bismarck ND

Financial planning analysts work in a company’s finance division to do financial planning. They prepare monthly financial reports, analyze capital expenditure decision, advise on business cash flow, and prepare documentation on mergers and acquisitions. See below for staffing agencies and job search companies in Bismarck, ND who will help you break into the financial industry.

Expressway Personnel
(701) 222-0071
523 E Dismarck
Bismarck, ND

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Expressway Personnel
(701) 222-0071
523 E Dismarck
Bismarck, ND

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Officeteam
(701) 277-1934
4721 Amber Valley Pkwy
Fargo, ND

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Building Resources
(701) 232-3025
118 Broadway St
Fargo, ND

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Career Connections
(701) 232-4614
1621 S University Dr
Fargo, ND

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The Rainmaker Group
(701) 530-0806
116 5th Street North
Bismarck, ND
 
Labor Force of MN
(701) 232-8952
220 Broadway
Fargo, ND

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Westaff
(701) 775-6377
2526 S Washington
Grand Rapids, ND

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Professional Advantage
(877) 897-1209
3001 25th Street South
Fargo, ND
Main Industries / Positions
Information Technology

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Preference Personnel Inc.
(701) 293-6905
2600 9th Ave SW
Fargo, ND
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, payroll

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Career Profile for Financial Analysts

Career Overview

Conduct quantitative analyses of information affecting investment programs of public or private institutions.

Career Outlook

Employment of financial analysts is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations. However, keen competition will continue for these well-paid jobs, especially for new entrants.

Employment change. As the level of investment increases, overall employment of financial analysts is expected to increase by 20 percent during the 2008–18 decade, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. Primary factors for this growth are increasing complexity and global diversification of investments and growth in the overall amount of assets under management. As the number and type of mutual and hedge funds and the amount of assets invested in these funds increase, companies will need more financial analysts to research and recommend investments. As the international investment increases, companies will need more analysts to cover the global range of investment options.

Job prospects. Despite employment growth, keen competition is expected for these high-paying jobs. Growth in financial services will create new positions, but there are still far more people who would like to enter the occupation. For those aspiring to financial analyst jobs, a strong academic background, including courses such as finance, accounting, and economics, is essential. Certifications and graduate degrees, such as a CFA certification or a master's degree in business or finance, significantly improve an applicant's prospects.


Employment Overview

Financial analysts held 250,600 jobs in 2008. Many financial analysts work at large financial institutions based in New York City or other major financial centers. About 47 percent of financial analysts worked in the finance and insurance industries, including securities and comm...

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