Employment for accountants and auditors who work with funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles will grow about as fast as the average for all careers through 2028, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. It reports that “stricter laws and regulations, particularly in the financial sector, will likely increase the demand for accounting services as organizations seek to comply with new standards.” The increase in globalization of business will also lead to increased demand for accountants and auditors with specialized skills. Mutual fund accountants and auditors with a master's degree in business administration, with concentration in accounting; certification, and relevant work experience will have the best job prospects.
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- Financial Quantitative Analysts
- Mutual Fund Analysts
- Mutual Fund Compliance Professionals
- Mutual Fund Customer Service Representatives
- Mutual Fund Financial Managers
- Mutual Fund Lawyers
- Mutual Fund Marketing Specialists
- Mutual Fund Portfolio Managers
- Mutual Fund Risk Managers
- Mutual Fund Wholesalers