Finance, Consulting, Management + Sales

ARE YOU AN ANALYTICAL THINKER WITH AN INTEREST IN ECONOMIC THEORY OR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT? Do you enjoy working with data to solve complex problems?

Consider utilizing this career community if:

  • You have an aptitude for numbers.
  • You are drawn to classes that involve math, statistics, problem-solving, management or computing.
  • You have a knack for interpreting data and using it to create a plan.
  • You like the idea of helping an organization succeed.
  • You are a leader who likes to organize and manage people.
  • You know how to take ideas and put them into action.
  • You have strong interpersonal and communication skills and often inspire others to follow your lead.

Explore the Finance, Consulting, Management + Sales career community to gain valuable insights from working professionals, learn about internships and job opportunities, and keep up with current trends.

Alumni Spotlight: Ken Rosenbaum

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Ken Rosenbaum is the Wealth Advisor and Advisor Team Leader for Buckingham Strategic Wealth. He is an Indiana University alumnus who graduated in 1991 with a degree in Business-Accounting.

What do you wish someone would have told you as you …

By Julia Zhu
Julia Zhu Undergraduate Intern Julia Zhu
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Stop Missing Out on The Hidden Job (and Internship) Market

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Did you know?  The jobs and internships you want are playing hide and seek with you – that’s right, I bet you didn’t even know you were playing hide and seek!  Something like 80% of available job and internship opportunities …

By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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Be a Financial Advisor.

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Financial Advisors help other people invest, manage and make wise decisions with their money. Learn more about a career as a financial advisor on: thebalance.com.

A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required for becoming a financial advisor. Taking courses

By Kimberly Good
Kimberly Good Senior Career Coach Kimberly Good
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