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Skill Number Of Jobs Avg. Salary
Skill 3D Design Software Number Of Jobs 1 Avg. Salary $62,880

Skill Account Management Number Of Jobs 22 Avg. Salary $162,908

Skill Accounting Software Number Of Jobs 67 Avg. Salary $249,482

Accounting software describes a type of application software that records and processes accounting transactions within functional modules such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, journal, general ledger, payroll, and trial balance. It functions as an accounting information system. It may be developed in-house by the organization using it, may be purchased from a third party, or may be a combination of a third-party application software package with local modifications. Accounting software may be on-line based, accessed anywhere at any time with any device which is Internet enabled, or ma... More

Skill Adverse Event (AE) Reporting Number Of Jobs 8 Avg. Salary $154,631

Skill After Sales Care Management Number Of Jobs 6 Avg. Salary $48,631

Skill Auditing Number Of Jobs 27 Avg. Salary $166,354

Skill Banking Products Number Of Jobs 51 Avg. Salary $174,588

Skill Banking Software Number Of Jobs 209 Avg. Salary $192,954

Banking software is enterprise software that is used by the banking industry to provide and manage the financial products they provide. Within retail banks, banking software typically refers to core banking software and all its interfaces that allows them to connect to other modular software and to the interbank networks. Within investment banking, banking software typically refer to the trading software used to access capital markets. More

Skill Branch Operations Number Of Jobs 17 Avg. Salary $177,770

Skill Brand Management Number Of Jobs 9 Avg. Salary $123,328

In marketing, brand management is the analysis and planning on how a brand is perceived in the market. Developing a good relationship with the target market is essential for brand management. Tangible elements of brand management include the product itself; its look, price, and packaging, etc. The intangible elements are the experiences that the consumers share with the brand, and also the relationships they have with the brand. A brand manager would oversee all aspects of the consumer's brand association as well as relationships with members of the supply chain. More

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