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Business Valuation Career Opportunities

The following guide provides sources for business valuation career information and opportunities, including online job listings.

Select from the following resources:

American Society of Appraisers Job Bank / Career Learning Center

Online job bank database allows users to search or browse current job listings, post resumes or jobs, and search for candidates, while the career learning center features presentations on topics such as creating a powerful resume, writing a successful cover letter, networking for job search and career success, developing personal business relationships, and interviewing and salary negotiation tips.

Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators - Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities section provides a listing of current job openings in the Canadian market, with recent postings including jobs such "Manager - Valuations and Modeling", "Valuation Consultant", "Business Transaction Specialist", and "Specialist in Valuation, Forensics, and Litigation Support" by firms such as Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Royal Bank of Canada, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Borrowman Baker-BVR BV Salary Survey

Comprehensive compensation survey provides salary, bonus, billing rate, and chargeable hours data for four job levels (0-2 years, 2-5 years, 5-8 years, and 8+ years of experience) by level of education, size of practice based on annual net revenues, and geographic region, with statistical data measures provided for each job level including median, upper and lower quartiles, and upper and lower deciles.

BVR's Business Valuation Firm Economics & Best Practices Survey

Comprehensive practice management survey provides information on compensation practices in the business valuation profession, with data provided including average staff salary and bonus for four job levels (0-2 years, 2-5 years, 5-8 years, and 8+ years of experience), average percentage increase in total firm compensation, bonus and incentive practices, and expected changes in staff compensation.

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