By Susan Ricker
A recovering economy doesn't mean that all areas of hiring are slow. In fact, hiring in financial services occupations is likely to pick up in 2014, according to a new survey from CareerBuilder and MoneyJobs.com -- CareerBuilder's job site for finance and accounting professionals.
As businesses continue to regrow and establish more savvy ways to operate, they require smart financial minds to bring their business back. From financial analysts to accountants to credit counselors, there are a variety of ways that finances need to be monitored and moved, and workers are needed to fill these roles.
Hiring is up in financial services
Financial services occupations are needed by all industries for their expertise in budgets, finances and spending. And there's high demand for their help. In a nationwide survey of financial services hiring managers and human resources professionals, 35 percent of financial services employers are increasing full-time headcount this year compared to 2013 -- 11 points above the national average and up from 27 percent in 2013.