Financial analyst is the top entry-level finance or accounting job for new graduates, according to Accounting Principals’ recent research.

Accounting has remained one of the strongest job growth areas through the recession and recovery. With a median salary between $49,700 and $51,000, these professionals are always in demand by investment banks, insurance companies and asset management firms, according to the finance and accounting staffing organization. In addition, public companies are always looking for financial analysts who can forecast growth and prepare quarterly financial statements.

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