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Administrative service managers coordinate the administrative and operational functions of a company or organization, including things such as procurement, mail, space usage, records, and facility maintenance.
Financial managers direct the investment strategies of their organizations, manage financial reporting requirements, and oversee cash usage. Controllers, finance officers, credit managers, cash manages, risk and insurance managers, and managers of international banking are all considered financial managers.
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People in management occupations oversee the work being done by others to ensure that it is done on time, within the budget, and in compliance with any regulatory requirements. Depending on how high up the manager is, their focus may shift from overeeing day-to-day operations to planning and strategizing the direction and goals of the company or organization.
People in business and financial operations occupations deal with the planning, budgeting, coordination and strategization of corporations and the management, reporting and tracking of money.