Fraud Examiners, Investigators and Analysts
Employment data isn't available specifically for this occupation from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, so we are using the data from Financial Specialists, All Other.
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High Risk (61-80%): Jobs in this category face a significant threat from automation, as many of their tasks can be easily automated using current or near-future technologies.
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Our visitors have voted they are unsure if this occupation will be automated. However, the automation risk level we have generated suggests a much higher chance of automation: 61% chance of automation.
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The number of 'Financial Specialists, All Other' job openings is expected to rise 5.8% by 2031
Total employment, and estimated job openings
Updated projections are due 09-2023.
In 2022, the median annual wage for 'Financial Specialists, All Other' was $73,810, or $35 per hour
'Financial Specialists, All Other' were paid 59.4% higher than the national median wage, which stood at $46,310
Wages over time
As of 2022 there were 127,020 people employed as 'Financial Specialists, All Other' within the United States.
This represents around 0.09% of the employed workforce across the country
Put another way, around 1 in 1 thousand people are employed as 'Financial Specialists, All Other'.
Obtain evidence, take statements, produce reports, and testify to findings regarding resolution of fraud allegations. May coordinate fraud detection and prevention activities.
SOC Code: 13-2099.04
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