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Examples of Business skills include: Time management, Communication, analytical & financial skills.

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Business Studies enables you to generate a broad understanding of business processes and provides you with subject-specific awareness in sectors such as finance, operations, communication, information technology, and business policy and strategy

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Accounting technician
Accounting technicians handle day-to-day financial matters in all types of business.

Auditor
Auditors check organisations' financial records to make sure they are accurate.

Banking customer service adviser
Banking customer service advisers process money as well as dealing with customer queries.

Bank manager
Bank managers help people manage their money using banking services.

Business analyst
Business analysts work with companies and organisations to help improve the way they do things.

Credit controller
This role involves recovering unpaid money from businesses or individuals.

Economist
Economists research, and advise businesses about, financial markets and trends.

Insurance broker
Insurance brokers act as the link between insurance companies and customers.

Insurance claims handler
Insurance claims handlers help people who are making claims on their insurance policies.

Insurance underwriter
Insurance underwriters work out the risk for insuring a particular person or company.

Investment analyst
Investment analysts provide reports to help stock-market traders make decisions about investments.

Management accountant
Management accountants are responsible for managing a company's finances.

Management consultant
Management consultants help businesses and organisations to solve problems and improve efficiency.

Money adviser
Money advisers help people whose debts have become too large or difficult for them to handle.

Payroll manager
Payroll managers manage the payroll departments within organisations.

Public finance accountant
Public finance accountants make sure money is spent properly in public sector organisations.

Stockbroker
Stockbrokers manage investments for individuals, companies or large organisations.

Tax adviser
Tax advisers work with clients to ensure they pay the right amount of tax, and plan their finances.

Tax inspector
Tax inspectors examine tax accounts to ensure the correct amount of tax is paid.

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