What are the career scopes in commerce?

Commerce is a very promising field, if someone wants to make their career in it.

Will reveal that in our country, just 15% of commerce student are seriously concerned towards career.

Most people either opt that because schools do not permit to choose them science and maths or when someone is being too much crumbled up with studies.

I assume you are in the 15% category.

 So here's list of career opportunities:

Commerce is about figuring out how business works, how to manage a company and personnel, keeping a track of the stock market, keeping tabs on tax schemes and much more.

The top 5 courses at the graduate level are as follows:

  • Bachelor Of Commerce (BCom)
  • Bachelor Of Business Studies (BBS)
  • Bachelor Of Management Studies (BMS)
  • Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor Of Business Management (BBM)

However, the Bachelor of Commerce programme itself offers a plethora of specialisations.

1. Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)

The Bachelor of Commerce course gives students a general idea of buying and selling of goods, provision of services, productions and property, and much more.

The BCom degree can help establish a career in finance, taxation, operations, etc, depending on the course specification opted for.

There are more than 50 specialisations which can be opted for across colleges  all over India.

Listed here are some of the most widely picked choices which are commonly available as an option in most colleges in the country.

Course Duration: 3 years

Top Institutes: Shri Ram College of Commerce (New Delhi), St Xavier's College (Kolkata), Loyola College (Chennai), Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Mumbai), Christ College (Bangalore).

Career Steps: BCom can be a stepping stone for further degrees like Chartered Accountant (CA), Company Secretaryship (CS) and Cost and Work Accountancy (ICWA).

Accounting and Finance

Specialising in accounting and finance trains students who are looking to pursue a career in banks, insurance companies and industries.

The University of Mumbai has also created a separate course in accounting and finance for those students who are focused on getting into the fields.

Some of the subjects studied here include financial accounting, cost accounting, auditing, taxation, business law, economics, business communications, etc.


For an overall view of the subject, some students opt for a major in economics. This may not train students for a particular career path but it provides an overall view of the commerce stream and students can choose to follow a career path or pursue further studies on completion of the course.


For those who want to find a career as a Certified Public Accountant, Finance Manager or Chief Financial Officer, majoring in the field of Auditing is a good idea.

Subjects studied under this specialisation are advanced financial accountancy, auditing, financial markets, corporate financial policy, financial service, etc.


Subjects studied under the specialisation of taxation include financial accounting, economics, business mathematics and statistics, direct and indirect taxation, public finance and taxation, and more.

This course prepares students a career as a business tax consultant or a property tax consultant. Other job roles include Manager of Accounts and Direct Taxation, Manager of Employment Taxation, Manager of Corporate Taxation and others.

Advanced Accountancy

Advanced accountancy prepares a student for work in the areas of accounting operations, patterns, merger of public holding companies, foreign currency operations, etc. It also helps provide an understanding in advanced financial accounting issues such as lease contracts, pension funds, end of service severance payments, etc.

After completing this course, it is possible to have a career as a public accountant or a financial consultant.

Banking and Insurance

Majoring in banking and insurance will enable a student to be well equipped to follow a career in one of these two growing fields.

The University of Mumbai introduced it as a special course to train students so as to provide the banking and insurance sectors with competent people for their workforce.

The course subjects include life insurance, legal framework, non-life insurance, etc.

Marketing Management

Specialising in marketing management can provide multiple job opportunities starting from Marketing Executive up to Marketing Manager. It is also possible to start a consultancy firm that advises corporate companies on marketing strategies.

The subjects covered are a range that includes communication, financial accounting, business regulatory framework, consumer behaviour, sales management and more.

2. Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS):

The Bachelor of Management Studies degree was started to give students a hands-on experience so they can connect theories learnt during classroom sessions with its application in real-life situations in organisations.

It has a more practical outlook as compared to other courses.

The course was started by University of Mumbai for Mumbai-specific colleges.

Some of the subjects studied in this discipline include business mathematics, managerial economics, business ethics and corporate social responsibility, human resource management, etc.

Course Duration: 3 years

Top Institutes: St Xaviers College (Mumbai), SNDT Women's University (Mumbai), HR College (Mumbai), SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Mumbai), Sydenham College (Mumbai)

Career Steps: Completion of the BMS degree offers careers in human resource management, sales and marketing, finance, research and development, etc.

3. Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS):

The Bachelor of Business Studies provides students with a broad knowledge of business combined with specialist knowledge of a particular area of business, the choice of which is at the discretion of the student.

The course focuses on developing the ability to think critically and analytically.

It also teaches students to relate classroom ideas to practical business situations which they will face while working in the industry.

Most of the subjects covered in the course are from the fields of accounting and economics so having a prior background in these fields is helpful.

The course was introduced by the University of Delhi to give students a competitive edge in the business world.

Course Duration: 3 years

Top Institutes: Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (New Delhi), Jamia Milia Islamia University (New Delhi), Keshav Mahavidyalaya (New Delhi), Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (New Delhi)

Career Steps: Graduates from this course can take up careers in the fields of finance, marketing and human resource management.

4. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The BBA program usually includes general business courses and advanced courses for specific concentrations.

Some of the specialisations offered under the program are air travel management, finance and accounting, marketing and sales, hotel and tourism management, banking and insurance, information technology and international business.

Specific Eligibility: Undergraduate Aptitude Test

Course Duration: 3 years

Top Institutes: Christ College (Bangalore), Shri Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Mumbai), Madras Christian College (Madras), MS Ramaiah College of Law (Bangalore), SRM University (Chennai)

Career Steps: Students can follow up a BBA degree with a postgraduation in Master of Business Administration (MBA). Other career options depend on the specialising subjects.

5. Bachelor of Business Management (BBM)

Bachelor of Business Management is a programme that is aimed at providing knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of business.

The most commonly picked specification under this programme is the international business stream.

Some of the subjects in this course are economics, marketing, agriculture business, business laws and ethics, project management, etc.

Course Duration: 3 years

Top Institutes: Ness Wadia College of Commerce (Pune), Institute of Business Management and Technology (Bangalore), New College (Chennai)

Career Steps: This course can open up career options in the products and services sector in terms of job opportunities as well as entrepreneurship.

More specialisations in BCom:

  • Accountancy & Statistics
  • Banking & Business Economics
  • Banking Law and Practice
  • Business Economics
  • Business Enterprenurship
  • Business Environment
  • Business Finance
  • Business Management
  • Business Statistics
  • Corporate Affairs and Administration
  • Corporate Secretaryship
  • Cost Accounting
  • Direct and Indirect Taxation Cost and Management Accounting
  • E-Commerce
  • Environmental and Organisational Behaviour
  • Finance
  • Financial & Investment Analysis
  • Home Science
  • Human Resources Development
  • Indian Financial System and Financial Market Operations
  • Information Technology
  • Insurance
  • Income Tax
  • Office Management
  • Tax Procedure

While a BCom degree is seen as having little to no value in today's industry, it provides a base for a CA or MBA course.

BCom is a course which is available in most colleges across the country but the specialisations may vary from institute to institute.

Startup is the trend in today's scenario, so definitely skilled and professionals from commerce are prime requisite.

Keep in mind that you opt for the courses in ONLY REPUTED COLLEGES listed.

Otherwise, it's equivalent to day dreaming for 3 years of your graduation.

Happy growing , happy commercing :p
Take care.

15 Replies to “What are the career scopes in commerce?”

  1. Some of the careers you can consider:

    Actuary: a business professional who deals with the measurement and management of risk and uncertainty.

    Chartered Accountant: are trained to examine, interpret and plan all types of financial transactions.

    Chartered Financial Analyst : are charter holders who usually end up working for a broad range of employers, ranging from mutual fund firms to hedge funds to investment banks to brokerage houses to boutique money managers.

    Investment Banker: is an individual who works in a financial institution that is in the business of raising money for companies, governments and other entities, or who works in a large bank’s division that is involved with these activities.

    Stockbrokers: are involved in the buying and selling of stocks in the market, mainly for their clients.

    To know more about these careers and how to go about pursuing these careers, you can read this blog: 5 Commerce Careers to Look out for in 2017

    You can also start by understanding where your true interest lies by taking this Free Interest Assessment Test.

    Disclaimer: I am a Career Expert at Lodestar

  2. Hi

    Students who aspire to be the future managers or entrepreneurs with a strong grounding in accounting and finance. Developing analytical, communication and decision making skills of students is an important focus area throughout the duration of the degree for the students in commerce.

    Some of the Career prospects of Commerce are:

    1. Book keepers
    2. Probationary officer
    3. Trainees in BPO/KPO
    4. Retail Manager

    But the most important thing is that from where you pursue your graduation. It’s better to choose good institute or university which offers you good practical and industrial exposure, good placements like Symbiosis Institute of business management, Lovely Professional University, Christ university and few others.

    I hope it helps.

  3. If you have no idea about what to do or if you think you know what you want to do but you cannot even write 10 sensible lines about your chosen profession. Then you should leave everything else and just focus on making a good career decision.

    There are two important aspects of choosing a career. First is awareness, you need to know (What is, Education, Skills, Positives, Challenges and A Day) in the profession you finally choose. Second is Self Assessment, after you understand a particular profession you should try to figure out if that profession is good for you.

    Do not waste your time with parents, friends, relatives, teachers, counselors, aptitude tests… Declare to yourself – My Life, My Career, My Decision. Rest of your life will depend on how much effort you have invested in taking a smart career decision.

    Using LifePage Android App you learn about various careers by watching videos of real professionals. Then you do Self Assessments to choose a career.

  4. Choosing a right course or a career is purely depends on our interest and liking. If we analyse our self then will can easily find out best career option for us. Any counsellor or Advisor can only suggest you about the various streams available for students. To opt right among them, it should be on the basis of our our interest.

    You can go for CA / CS / ICWA / CFP. Apart from this you can opt courses like:-

    1. BMS

    2. BBA

    3. BBM

    4. B.Com

    5. BBS

    6. BFA (Bachelor in Financial Accounting)

    7. Bachelor in event management

    8. Bachelor in Mass Comm

    9. BFD

    10. BSW

    11. Also opt LLB and integrated law related programs

    Now think of all the programs and try to figure out all pros and cons of all the programs and note it down comparatively. As per the positive points and analysis done by you, choose your career option wisely as per the interest.

  5. For Commerce people its open world to work anywhere and everywhere.

    you just can’t accept with me.

    some of people I know they were dumbest at the school level,same they carry forward with college but when we all were facing real life JOB.

    they rock it like anything.

    its just find your personal interest.

    it could be anything.

    1. Accounts
    2. Call center.
    3. Hotel Management.
    4. Air Hostess.
    5. Finance.
    6. Share Market.
    7. Broker.
    8. Trader.
    9. Business.
    10. Fashion Designer.
    11. Lawyer.
    12. Data Operator.
    13. Research assist.
    14. Teacher.
    15. Modeling.
    16. Media.
    17. KPO. (Best place to be)
    18. Chief.
    19. Salesman.(If You personally good with dealing with person by anyway you can hand over the things even if they doesn’t need at all)
    20. Life advise person.(If you love to talk about life all the time,this personally helps,you know why? because even you needs a person who listens you and react,suggest as you are making picture in your mind.
  6. Considering that you already know about the most common degrees available to the commerce students i.e. Chartered Accountancy with CS, and B.B.A/B.M.S with M.B.A.Let me acquaint you with fields these degrees and others offer you. Now assuming that you are good at accountancy, economics, and math, these are the fields you can pursue.

    1. Investment Banking – Provided that you’re good at it,investment banking can help you make a lot of money. An investment bank is a private company that helps it’s clients to raise capitals, advises about mergers and acquisitions, etc.
      It is a high pressure job, which requires long hours and diligence. M.B.A from a reputed college or a degree in C.F.A can help you land up in an investment bank.
    2. Corporate Law – Being a law student, I know about the immense opportunity this field provides. However, you can only excel in this field if it interests you because scoring good marks at law school, and performing superbly during your internships is the only way to grab a job at a top law firm.
      You can also pursue other areas of law as per your interest like litigation, arbitration,judiciary, etc.
      You’ll have to prepare for law entrance exams like CLAT, AILET, Symbiosis Entrance Test, and MH-CET to get into a good law school.
    3. Finance – Since you’re a high school student you might have a very limited knowledge about this field. A degree in Bachelor’s in Financial Market or Bachelor’s in Accounting and Finance can help you climb the ladder. M.B.A after any of these degrees can help you pursue fields like portfolio management, investment banking, hedge funds,etc. I advice you to research more about this if this attracts you.

      You might already know about the other mainstream undergraduate degrees like B.com, B.M.S which are also good if you want to prepare for CA/CS/CFA/IIM.

      Also, you can appear for entrance exams of hotel management, fashion designing,etc. or switch to humanities after 12th. Every field has potential provided that you work hard

      All the best.

  7. there are many

    read the following thoroughly and then decide.

    for more you can even mesage me


    Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
     The Bachelor of Commerce is one of the most considerable courses that students from commerce field look for. Pursuing graduation in BCom can help you put one step ahead towards Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretaryship (CS) and Cost and Work Accountancy (ICWA).
     Course Duration: 3 years
     Popular colleges: Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi (New Delhi), St Xavier's College (Kolkata), Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Mumbai)
     Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
     The Bachelor of Business Administration, a professional degree, focuses on formulating administrative skills in the students essential for hitting success in the business industry.
     Course Duration: 3 years
     Popular colleges: Christ University (Bangalore), Department of Business Administration – SRM University (Chennai), Amity International Business School (Noida), Institute of Management Studies (Noida), Loyola Institute of Business Administration (Tamil Nadu), Madras Christian College (Chennai), Mount Carmel College (Bangalore).
     Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)
     The Bachelor of Business Studies particularises in imparting students with immense understanding of several domains of business world. The course aims to build up critical thinking and analyzing skills in the students so that they can deal with different kinds of situations in a business.
     Course Duration: 3 years
     Popular colleges: Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (New Delhi), Jamia Milia Islamia University (New Delhi)
     Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
     The Bachelor of Management Studies includes the study of business mathematics, managerial economics, business ethics and corporate social responsibility, human resource management, etc. Students considering this course must know that this course leads them to have career options in human resource management, sales and marketing, finance, research and development, etc.
     Course Duration: 3 years
     Popular colleges: St Xaviers College (Mumbai), SNDT Women's University (Mumbai), SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Mumbai), Sydenham College (Mumbai)

    Career Options after 12th Commerce

    If you have inclinations towards numbers and data or if you are more interested in analytical studies compared to other streams, you have a host of career options after 12th commerce to choose from. Find the career otpions after 12th commerce mentioned below :


    BankingRetail / personal banking, Corporate banking, Merchant banking, Treasury group, Rural banking, Product management, Loans executive


    Accounts – Chartered Accountant, Cost And Work Accountant, Certified Financial Analyst, Certified financial planner


    InsuranceActuarial Science, Insurance and Risk management, Insurance surveyor, Insurance surveyor, Insurance agent


    Investments – Equity Research Analyst, Investment Banker, Mutual fund executive, Stock Broker, Capital market manager, Forex Dealer, Venture Capitalist, Real estate


    Management – Human Resource Management, Brand Management, Event Management, International business management, Market Research Management, Retail Management, Marketing And Sales Management, Technology management, Disaster management, Education management, NGO management, Rural Management, Operation And Logistics Management, Export Management, Family business management, Material management, Financial Management, Business Development Management


    Finance – Certified Financial Analyst – CFA , Certified Financial Planner – CFP


    Company Secretary


    Computers – Software development, System Architect, Web developers, Multimedia designer, System/IT manager, Database Administrator, Data processing assistant/ Data entry operator, Servicing and Maintenance technician, Technology management




    After passing 12th commerce we often get confused that what to do and what not to be and often overloaded with information with career advice from friends, teachers and relatives. Let us start step by step to know how you can find the best commerce degree after 12th. After 12th commerce we have a lots of options in selecting a degree courses as per our needs and field of interest. Here is the list of top 5 commerce degree after 12th :-

    1. Bachelor of Commerce or http://B.Com :- The Bachelor of Commerce is a undergraduate university authorized college three years study course of commerce subject for obtaining a degree after passing 10+2. This degree will help you in establishing a career in Accounting Finance, Operations, Taxation and other related fields as per your courses choice. B.Com degree generally gives the knowledge to students about Accounting of goods, types of account Ledgers, profit and loss, how to maintain different accounts, taxation, different laws and procedures of Accounting and calculations of different taxes and many more.

    Bachelor of Commerce degree may be a stepping stone in best career options after 12th for further higher studies professional degrees like http://M.Com (Master of Commerce), CS (Company Secretary), CA (Chartered Accountant), CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and CWA (Cost and work Accountant), and many more.

    2. Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) or http://B.Com (Hons):- Generally, the main problem for a lot of aspiring students after 12th who wants to make a career in commerce is which commerce degree course they shall choose for study ? what is the best career choice for study either Bachelor of Commerce (honours) or Bachelor of Commerce(General) degree, which degree study courses is a better choice of career in commerce? and which one will boost their professional career in future?. Bachelor of Commerce (honours) is a 3 years, full time classroom course designed to inculcate whole business acumen in students, covering approximately 40 subjects in each semester over six semesters. The student has to study a total of 41 subjects including the subject of specialization along with project work in last semester. The academic study level in Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) always higher than the normal B.Com study. Just like an Engineering student has to specialize on choices subject in Final year, A Bachelor of Commerce student also has to specialize in either subjects of Marketing Management, Accounting and Financial Management, International Trade and Finance, E-Commerce, Banking and Human Resource Management.

    The main difference according to deep analysis between Bachelor of Commerce (honours) and Bachelor of Commerce(General) degree is, http://B.COM (hons) is more academically elevated and industry oriented program where’s http://B.Com general or normal degree course you are introduced with various study subjects and its gives you only an overview of the study subjects. In Bachelor of Commerce (hons) the study subjects are more detailed in nature and at par with current international standard. There shall be an entrance exams for admission in http://B.Com (hons) degree course and merit percentage for admission in different colleges may be higher as compare to normal or general http://B.Com degree course. In Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) study, A student has to need to refer a lots of different books and study materials to know the latest new developments in the study subject with help of various learning resources at College or University Campus, on the other hand main emphasis often centered around text books in http://B.Com(General). Employment probability is higher for Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) as the demand for this degree professional is higher compare to normal http://B.Com.

    3. http://B.Com (Accts and Finance) or Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance) Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance is a 3 years degree course after 12th commerce. There are lots of bright Finance Careersopportunities in Accounts and Finance field after completion of this degree. A Graduate after completion of this degree initially can join a job as a trainee or accountant. There are other job opportunities in Accounting firms, corporations, Govt organizations, public sectors, market research and budget planning.

    Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance is degree designed to develop an understanding of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting and Taxation and its consists of 39 subjects and 2 project training subject in final year. This http://B.Com degree provides students practical and comprehensive training by way of Projects, Interaction, Presentations, industrial visits and lectures by professional of expertise field. The main motto of this degree course is to imparting broader financial knowledge to students by which they can manage business modeling, manage projects and latest developments in business management.

    4. http://B.Com (Banking and Insurance) or Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance) Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance is an undergraduate 3 years commerce course is an academic and as well as professional degree which cover the concept of Accounting, Banking, Insurance Law, Banking Law, International Banking, Insurance Regulations and Insurance risk covers etc. Generally, in this B. Com degree course primary focus on systematic study of specialized subjects and topics covered under Banking & Insurance Industry. Bachelor of commerce in Banking and Insurance covers 38 subjects as well as 2 projects on banking and insurance, each containing 100 marks and to be submitted in final year.

    After successful completion degree course of Bachelor of Commerce (Accts & Finance) students can opt for either higher studies in finance careers of different field of http://M.Com, MBA, CFA, CS or can apply for job vacancies in Auditing, Accountancy, Banking, Finance, Insurance in both private as well as Govt Sector.

    5. http://B.Com (Financial Markets) or Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets is a 3 years undergraduate degree course in Financial Services. Financial market means Finance, Investments, Stock Markets, Capital, Mutual Funds and typically defined by the expert as basic regulation on trading, costs and fees, transparent pricing and different market forces who determining the prices of securities that traded and Mutual Fund. Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets degree study the field of Debt and Equity Market, Financial Assets, Institutions and Markets, Financial Management and Foreign Exchange Market. The syllabus of this degree courses is 6 semesters duration and covers 41 subjects.

    The http://B.Com (Financial Markets) degree course is beneficial for those students who are interested in finance careers and wants to move into areas for higher study such as Banking, CA, CS, Consultancy, Computer Accounting, Finance, ICWA, M.Com, MBA etc. After successful completion of this degree course there is job probability as Trainee Associate, Finance Officer, Finance Controller, Financial Planning consultant, Risk Manager, Money Market Dealer, Financial Market Advisory, Insurance Manager etc.

    Job Prospects for Commerce Students
     Career options for commerce students include those in the accounting, auditing, finance and banking sectors. Your pay package will lie somewhere between Rs 3 to Rs 8 lakh per annum.

    If you choose commerce, you also have the opportunity to choose an out-of-the-box career option, like one in travel and hospitality, depending on the path and degree you choose. Career options for commerce students are vast and you will always have interesting profiles to work at if you play to your strengths.

    If you choose to take advantage of the opportunities in commerce available to you, here are some of the job profiles you can look at:

    • Chartered Accountants
    • Chartered Financial Analyst
    • Company Secretary
    • Loans executive
    • Human Resource manager
    • Certified Financial Planner
    • Economist
    • Venture capitalist
    • Agriculture Economics
    • Accounting
    • Banking
    • CWA
    • Economics
    • Mathematics and Statistics
    • Stock Broking
  8. There are already good answers w.r.t the options available in the field of commerce. I would like to throw some light on the process of career choice.

    Like many people, you may be wondering how to choose the right career. The most important thing you can do when you are trying to pick a career is to choose one that is right for you. Finding out what career is a good fit for you is truly all that matters. Ignore people who tell you what type of work to pursue and best careers lists hyped in the media unless you do your homework.Because you will pour so much of yourself into your job, and spend so much time at work, your career must be suitable for http://you.It has to fit well with your interests, aptitudes, work-related values, and personality type. It has to have job duties that you can see yourself performing day in and day out, you must be willing to do everything you must to prepare for it, and it needs to have a good outlook for years to come. If a career fits these criteria, there is a better chance you will be satisfied with it and enjoy your work. And you won't resent spending so much of your waking hours doing it.

    First, Learn More About Yourself

    Your first order of business is to learn as much as you can about yourself. If you think you know all there is to know, you will definitely be surprised by what you will discover by doing a thorough self assessment. While you can find online resources to help you with this, the most efficient and effective way to do it—although often not the cheapest—is to hire a career development professional, for example, a career counselor or career development facilitator.He or she will use various tools to help you gather information about yourself and, based on it, provide you with a list of careers that might be a good fit.If finances are an issue, don't let that keep you from getting the help you need. Many public libraries, for example, offer career planning services.Ask the librarian at your local library. If yours doesn't provide this service, you may be able to get help from one in another community. The librarian can also direct you to local agencies that provide career counseling.If you attended college, you should also check with that institution. Many career services offices provide help to alumni. Some local college or university career offices may be open to members of the community. Programs that train career counselors often have students work with clients at no or a low cost to gain experience.

    Next, Learn About the Occupations on Your List

    While the self assessment is a great starting point to begin your quest to choose the right career, it is not your final step in this process. Your list will contain seemingly suitable options. Some may be nearly perfect for you, but others may be all wrong. They may be a good match for your personality type, interests, values, and aptitudes, but may be unsuitable in other ways. For example, the job duties may be unappealing; the outlook may be poor; or you may not be willing to get the required education or training.But you won't know any of that without moving ahead to the next step. Learning about the careers on your list is the only way to make an informed decision.Before you do anything else, read descriptions of the occupations and learn about the job duties for each one. Try to ignore your preconceived notions. You may think you know something about a particular career, but unless you have personal experience with it or did prior research, you probably don't have enough information to decide whether you would be satisfied with the day-to-day work involved in it.If after getting a job description and learning about its job duties, you are still interested in an occupation, you must learn what you will have to do to prepare to work in it. Unless you are willing to fulfill the educational and training requirements, you should not keep it on your list. If a career, for example, requires a great deal of education before you can begin working, but you have neither the desire nor the resources to commit to that, it's not a good choice for you. Likewise, neither is a career that requires little training when you have the inclination and ability to earn a college degree.Finally, you will be doing yourself a great disservice if you don't look at an occupation's outlook. When you have narrowed down your choices to just a few, then you should investigate even further, perhaps conducting some informational interviews with those working in the field. You can now make an educated decision. Now that's how to choose the right career.

  9. Thanks for A2A,

    With the lack of the information about the course you are pursuing it's next to impossible to suggest you the better option as commerce stream is a vast field consisting of nearly N number of courses starting from B.com, BBA, BCA, M.com, MBA, MCA, CA, CS, CMA, LLB, CFA, CIMA,FRM etc..

    Hope you got the point,

    Sayonara with a thank you note.

  10. There are variety of careers available to students after +2, graduation or post graduation or professional degrees..

    Career Options for a Commerce student

  11. Investment industry offers good intellectual exercise and exciting work with good salaries:-

    1. Stock Markets
    2. Private Equity
    3. Venture Capital
    4. Bond Investing
    5. Distressed Debt Investing

    There are many more things possible in this industry.

  12. There are lot of job opportunities after completing commerce graduation. Chartered Accountant, Cost Accounting, corporate secretary are highly respected jobs. Apart from analytics, research and so on.

  13. Well commerce is a good stream…. You can think of career based on it….. but you have to keep in mind that you have to be very laborious … I ll suggest don't go for CA …. There are many more career options in this stream .. u can be a Financial Analyst or a Financial Adviser…!

  14. Banking and Finance sector is desirable for commerce students. Apart from these one can also look for Indian professional courses and global courses like CPA etc.

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