Stricter government regulation of the financial services industry has created good job opportunities for compliance professionals. The Occupational Information Network predicts 4 percent to 6 percent (about as fast as average) employment growth for compliance managers through 2028. There were 1.08 million compliance managers employed in the U.S. in 2018, and about 91,300 new jobs are expected to be added by 2028. In 2020, U.S. News & World Report selected the career of compliance officer as the 16th-best business job in the United States. Careers selected for its list feature a combination of steady job growth, a competitive salary, and other criteria. Compliance professionals with a law or master’s degree, extensive experience, and certification will have the best job opportunities.
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