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Financial Advisor
Financial advisors give personal advice and help people with insurance, tax and investment decisions.

Job Workload
Personal advisors work full time meeting with many clients on weekends and evenings. Self employment is the norm in this field.

Personal Financial Advisor Requirements
Bachelor degree is generaly acceptable to work as a personal financial advisor. Higher degrees and other certification such as masters degree is needed to advance in the field when working for an employer.

A basic personal financial advisors yearly salary was $65,000 in 2017.

Employment Opportunity
A demand of growth at around 32% in the next decade makes this profile better than average for future employment due to many baby boomers retiring.

Management Analyst
Analysts who manage as organizational consultants to help improve company efficiency and increase revenue profit while reducing company operational costs.

Job Workload
This managerial analyst position requires constant travel and at least 40 or more hours of work time per week.

Management Analyst Requirements
Minimum of a bachelor degree is required for the management analyst position, while certified management consultancy certification or designation will definitely increase employment or climbing the company ladder.

Management analysts earned on average basic yearly pay of $78,000 in 2017.

Employment Opportunity
Management analysts jobs areexpected to increase by 22% in the next decade or by 2020 as companies and new upcoming factories will seek efficiency and cost control.

Environmental Scientists and Specialist
Scientist or specialists involved in the enviromental and natural sciences protecting our enviroment by indentifying enviromental trouble and minimizing health hazards to the surrounding populations and enviroment.

Job Workload
In this scientific field of specialty you work in a laboratory setting. One could also move between the laboratory and offices in order to monitor the conditions in the enviroment first hand. This is definitely a full time job position.

Environmental Scientist or Specialist Requirements
At least a bachelor degree in natural sciences to get your foot in the door.

Environmental scientists or specialists earned on average $61,000 in annual pay in 2017.

Employment Opportunity
A steady growth of 19% well into the next 2020 decade. With the general public heightened awareness of the hazardous dangers facing the surrounding enviroments through population explosion, the demand for enviromental scientists will definitely increase.


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