5 graduate finance jobs in demand right now

After years of hard work, research, exams and projects, you’ve finally graduated with your finance degree and thrown that mortarboard sky high. So what’s next? One of these desirable roles, perhaps?

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5 things to do when you’ve graduated

New grads need an edge to land jobs in the financial sector. Here are 5 practical things you can do over the summer to make your CV shine…

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Why do banks want physics and maths grads?

So you want a job in banking and finance. Why is it that recruiters appear to want you to have a degree in mathematics, computing or physics? What have atoms and the theory of relativity got to do with stocks and shares? We attempt to explain…

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How to write a cover letter for a job in the City

Competition for jobs in the City can be particularly fierce. So how can you set your initial cover letter apart from the rest to ensure you make a good first impression?

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A great CV and cover letter won’t get you a job in the City, but they can certainly lose you one. It’s critical, then, to make sure you get all the basics right so you don’t fall at the first hurdle.

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What jobs can I do with a finance degree?

A degree in finance is a brilliant vocational qualification that gives you the technical knowledge and skills to progress in a wide range of careers. From investment banking and insurance to management consultancy and accounting, the question is: what do you want to do? Here are some ideas…
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For those with a finance degree, popular career paths include:

Chartered accountant

A chartered accountant gives professional advice and information about financial information. This could mean anything from auditing and corporate finance to reporting, taxation and insolvency management.

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