The career of portfolio manager is considered a “destination job,” meaning that they do not have much room for advancement unless they decide to launch their own mutual fund company (although large firms may have senior portfolio manager positions). Some portfolio managers view the opportunity to earn more money, manage larger funds, or become well-known in the industry as forms of advancement.
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- Financial Quantitative Analysts
- Mutual Fund Accountants and Auditors
- Mutual Fund Analysts
- Mutual Fund Compliance Professionals
- Mutual Fund Customer Service Representatives
- Mutual Fund Financial Managers
- Mutual Fund Lawyers
- Mutual Fund Marketing Specialists
- Mutual Fund Risk Managers
- Mutual Fund Wholesalers