16.Oct .2020 15:00

The Finance Role which will Earn Graduates the MOST

The Finance Role which will Earn Graduates the MOST
views 515
Back

In the current job market, audit is the highest paying graduate finance role in ten European countries including Liechtenstein (€78,774) and Finland (€68,412). Finance analyst is the highest paying graduate finance role in nine European countries including Denmark (€72,275), Norway (€70,948) and Austria (€66,999). Investment analyst is the highest paying graduate finance job in six European countries such as Luxembourg (€78,459), Netherlands (€65,527) and UK (€48,078).

Switzerland has the highest paying graduate finance role in Europe, paying newcomers a handsome €102,506 annually for finance associate roles.

After discovering there are 27,000 online searches each month for graduate finance jobs, MoneyTransfers.com analysed data from employer feedback specialists GlassDoor to discover which graduate finance roles are currently the highest paying in each European country.

The highest paid finance graduates in Europe:

Overall, MoneyTransfers.com discovered that Switzerland has the highest paying graduate finance roles in Europe! Paying newcomers an impressive starting salary of €102,506 annually for finance associates roles, they pay €23,732 more per year than the second-place country.

The second highest paying European country is Liechtenstein. Graduates working in auditor positions could earn a hefty salary of €78,774 per year.

Following Liechtenstein is Luxembourg who provide an annual salary of €78,459 to finance graduates who are working in investment analysis.

The highest paying graduate finance role in each European country:

MoneyTransfers.com found that in Bulgaria (€11,802), Croatia (€12,687), Cyprus (€18,600), Finland (€68,412), Greece (€24,090), Latvia (€13,212), Liechtenstein (€78,774), Lithuania (€39,744), Poland (€21,432) and Slovenia (€42,339) auditor roles are currently the highest paying graduate finance job.

From these selected countries, Liechtenstein has the highest average graduate salary for auditors whilst Bulgaria has the lowest.

In Austria (€66,999), Czech Republic (€15,951), Denmark (€72,275), Estonia (€24,216), Norway (€70,948), Portugal (€21,951), Romania (€9,360), Slovakia (€17,927) and Sweden (€45,936) finance analyst is currently the highest paying graduate finance role.

Out of these countries, Denmark has the highest average graduate salary for finance analysts whilst Romania has the lowest.
Moreover, graduates in France (€50,484), Germany (€67,755), Ireland (€40,240) and Switzerland (€102,506) have the greatest earning potential in finance associate positions.

Interestingly, in Spain, finance administrator is the graduate finance role that can bank prospective candidates the most money at an average annual salary of €32,000. Whilst the same is true for graduate junior accountant jobs (€36,000) in Ukraine.

The data has been commissioned by https://moneytransfers.com/.