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Career in Commerce


Do you love numbers? Do you have a logical and analytical tilt of mind? Then, a career in commerce might be the right choice for you. In recent years, commerce has become one stream that has gained popularity among students of grade 12.

Career in Commerce

selecting Commerce as a career option is one of the best to grab. Commerce students get familiar with knowledge of business, trade, market fluctuation, basics of economics, fiscal policies, industrial policies, share market, stock markets, etc. Considering the burgeoning activity of the market, talented commerce graduate are needed to make a balance in the demand and supply.

Job Prospects for Commerce Students

Career options for commerce students include those in the accounting, auditing, finance, and banking sectors. Your pay initial package will lie somewhere between Rs 3 to Rs 8 lakh per annum.

If you choose commerce, you also have the option of choosing out of box careers, such as an option in the areas of travel and hospitality, depending on the path and degree of your choice. The career options for commerce students are vast and you will always have interesting profiles to work on if you leverage your assets.

A few Common Options

If you choose to take advantage of the opportunities in commerce available to you, here are some of the job profiles you can look at:

  • Chartered Accountants
  • Chartered Financial Analyst
  • Company Secretary
  • Loans executive
  • Human Resource manager
  • Certified Financial Planner
  • Economist
  • Venture capitalist
  • Agriculture Economics
  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • CWA
  • Economics
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Stock Broking

And this is just the tip of the iceberg. For more insight into the kind of opportunities commerce can give you, analyse your strengths and weaknesses and hone in on the course of your choice so that you can build a future career and take advantage of the burgeoning financial climate of the country.

User   Muhammad Idrees     Date   Saturday, 30 Nov 2019     Views   144 Views

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