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Chief Financial Officers

Work Environment

The U.S. Department of Labor says that about half of top executives, including chief financial officers, work more than 40 hours per week. Some positions—especially those at large, multinational companies—require frequent travel. Chief financial officers (CFOs) typically have comfortable offices, and those who are employed by Fortune 500 companies have a large support staff. Corporate CFOs often enjoy such privileges as executive dining rooms, country-club memberships, the use of company cars, and liberal expense accounts.

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