OT: Job/study in financial field
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04-24-2008, 03:58 PM
Join Date: Jun 2007
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I'd like an advice from people in the industry or in the know...
I'm in my last year of a bacc. en administration des affaires (BAA). in fact,, im doing right now a certificat in planification financiere (it's part of my BAA), maybe to have the official IQPF rights (to have the pl.fin. designation). I am also thinking about getting the first level CFA (chartered financial analyst, more investment wise).
What would you guys value more? What's worth more ? Should I get the 2 to a better cv ? What kind of pay can I expect out of the school?
Any advice will be appreciated.
Thanks and go habs go for tonight.
The one course ALL employers look for in the financial field is the Canadian Securities Course, yu can sign up online and it is an at home course you just have to book an exam time when you are ready. I suggest you do it soon as you probably know most of the stuff already.
Oh and I am in the industry and have been for about 15 years. I used to work on the MSE floor and just about cried when it closed.
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