( My best job that fit my options )


Both of them are quite a job good job for me and I do interested in risk management analyst and private banker. Because I put more attention on satisfaction, both the job I choose is well fitting to me, which has a higher job’s satisfaction and low job stress. My major is Math and I think it can play a good role in both of these jobs because they work with money which means the numbers. I can use mathematics methods to solve many kinds of problems. Moreover, I love to be a private banker more than to be a risk management analyst. Because risk management analyst is always working for other people. Generally speaking, this employee is a person who studies the ways large companies avoid financial risks and potential pitfalls and makes suggestions to improve these systems and maintain their efficiency. However, A private banker’s primary responsibility is to manage the financial accounts of high-income clients. They often fulfill a variety of tasks, but a private banker’s primary responsibilities include increasing and protecting a client’s wealth through investments, as well as processing transactions such as purchasing a home and estate planning. Their biggest difference is private banker can choose client but risk management analyst cannot.




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For their salary, I basically satisfy it. 66,337 for risk management analyst and 69,292 for the private banker, and it can be more when works in the field longer. It is above the average of 10 best choices of my jobs and I think each job can handle my daily life such as rent and utility fees. Based on the, the top respondents for the job title Private Banker are from the companies J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC), Wells Fargo Bank and Chase Bank. Reported salaries are highest at Wells Fargo & Company where the average pay is $93,500. Other companies that offer high salaries for this role include SunTrust Banks Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co., earning around $89,547 and $69,004, respectively. Chase Bank pays the lowest at around $39,807. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) and The Northern Trust Company also pay on the lower end of the scale, paying $41,182 and $67,000, respectively. And when I searching for if higher education makes a better salary in these jobs, I find that both of them do not depend on the level of education. Most risk management analysts and private bankers are bachelors. And personally, I am not a person that will spend all my time in study. I would like to do many interns in order to improve my work experience because  I think you can learn more about the job my internship than in the school.

About meaningfulness, I am pleased with both of the jobs. The websites show a high rate of job’s meaningful and satisfying. And for me, it is more important to have a high level of satisfaction job than a good-salary job.