Credit Analysts

Employment for credit analysts is expected to grow by 6 percent from 2014 to 2024, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, or about asĀ fast as the average for all careers. Credit analysts are crucial to the success and profitability of banks and other financial organizations, and the number, variety, and complexity of credit applications are on the rise. As the field of cash management grows along with the economy and the population, banks and other financial institutions will need to hire credit analysts. Opportunities should be best for those with strong educational backgrounds and those living in urban areas that tend to have the largest and greatest number of banks and other financial institutions.  


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