Financial Analyst recruitment agency listing
If you have a penchant for numbers and qualifications to match then a Financial Analyst role could be perfect for you. Financial analysts perform analysis either internally or externally for a wide range of different organisations. Generally speaking any mid size to large company that deals with money will need at least one financial analyst on their payroll.
The wage that these roles attract is variable dependant on a wide range of factors, from experience to responsibility level and of course the quantities you are analysing. The average wage is around £40,000 which is relatively well paid for this sector. There's a good mix of full and part time roles available, as well as permanent and temporary positions.
Most successful applicants for financial analyst roles will hold a degree in a related subject, as well as having a flair for numbers. Individuals best suited for this role then to be logical, analytical thinkers who enjoy working with figures on a day to day basis.
As with many office roles working hours tend to be 9-5, though as with any finance position this job can be fairly high pressured. Most people will start as either an assistant financial analyst or a junior before progressing once they have a good working knowledge of the company and their books.