Finance in Ohio

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Schools Offering Finance Programs in Ohio


Around 0.6% of Ohio's graduates graduate from finance degree programs every year. Thus, Ohio's 52 finance schools put out approximately 2,106 finance professionals each year.

Top Schools

The top-ranked school in Ohio that has a finance program is Ohio State University-Main Campus. Ohio State University-Main Campus, which was ranked 14th in the country in 2010, is located in Columbus. In 2010, Ohio State University-Main Campus graduated 385 students from its finance program. Ohio State University-Main Campus charged in-state students $9,420 in tuition fees per year.

Case Western Reserve University, which is located in Cleveland, is the second-ranked school in Ohio that has a finance program. It received a ranking of 22nd in the country in 2010. 19 students graduated with degree in finance from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. Tuition at Case Western Reserve University was $37,648 per year.

Ohio University-Main Campus, which was ranked 22nd nationwide in 2010, is the third-ranked school in Ohio that has a finance program. It is located in Athens. In 2010, 102 students graduated from Ohio University-Main Campus finance program. Ohio University-Main Campus charged in-state students $9,603 in tuition fees per year.

Cost

If you choose to attend a Ohio finance school, average tuition will be $14,982 per year. However, tuition at your particular institution may range from $1,735 per year to $37,648 per year. The highest tuition rates in 2010 at Ohio finance schools were charged at the following schools:

  1. Case Western Reserve University - located in Cleveland, students are charged $37,648 per year
  2. Ohio Wesleyan University - located in Delaware, students are charged $36,398 per year
  3. Ohio Northern University - located in Ada, students are charged $33,099 per year

The following Ohio finance schools had the lowest tuition rates:

  1. Sinclair Community College - located in Dayton, students are charged $1,735 per year
  2. Cuyahoga Community College District - located in Cleveland, students are charged $2,537 per year
  3. Lorain County Community College - located in Elyria, students are charged $2,570 per year

A finance degree from an Ohio school... what next?

Some of the most popular jobs finance graduates in Ohio pursue include auditor, financial quantitative analyst, financial examiner, credit analyst, and sales agent. In 2010, there were 86,260 finance professional working in Ohio, including 1,440 budget analysts, 38,550 auditors, and 5,570 financial quantitative analysts. The Ohio counties with the largest populations of finance professional are:

  1. Cuyahoga County - 19,900 finance professionals
  2. Dearborn County - 19,800 finance professionals
  3. Delaware County - 18,370 finance professionals

Projected Growth

According the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of finance professionals is expected to grow by 8% by 2018. There are projected to be 107,890 finance professionals working in Ohio then. Of these 107,890 finance professionals, the government predicts that 1,950 will be budget analysts, 53,230 will be auditors, and 6,640 will be financial quantitative analysts.

Salary

finance professionals in Ohio make an average of $70,887 per year. However, Ohio finance professional earned anywhere in the range from as less than $18,050 per year to more than $166,250 per year in 2010. On average finance professional earn the most in the following Ohio counties:

  1. Richland County - $71,710 per year
  2. Cuyahoga County - $70,553 per year
  3. Delaware County - $70,481 per year

On average, finance professionals earn the least in the following Ohio counties:

  1. Ashland County - $56,020 per year
  2. Adams County - $59,070 per year
  3. Jefferson County - $61,415 per year

The finance professionals with highest average salaries in Ohio were:

  1. Branch Financial Manager - $110,820 per year
  2. Economist - $93,250 per year
  3. Financial Examiner - $76,160 per year

The finance professionals with lowest average salaries in Ohio were:

  1. Loan Officer - $54,730 per year
  2. Loan Counselor - $39,710 per year

More Information

The charts and graphs below have additional Ohio statistics regarding a career in finance. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as business management or finance.

Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.

  • Associate's Degree in Finance in Ohio
  • Bachelor's Degree in Finance in Ohio
  • Master's Degree in Finance in Ohio
  • Certificate in Finance in Ohio

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Rank Profession Employment Number Avg Salary Job Growth (past 5 yrs)
1
Accountants and Auditors 38,550 $65,010 -14.1%
2
Financial Managers 14,890 $110,820 16.2%
3
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 11,000 $69,550 0.5%
4
Loan Officers 10,340 $54,730 -2.5%
5
Financial Specialists, All Other 5,570 $68,090 -11.4%
6
Credit Analysts 2,160 $58,800 -12.6%
7
Budget Analysts 1,440 $72,750 -12.7%
8
Credit Counselors 1,250 $39,710 47.1%
9
Financial Examiners 890 $76,160 -19.8%
10
Economists 170 $93,250 30.8%
 

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