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Improve the regulation and monitoring of global financial markets and institutions and strengthen the implementation of such regulations.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Consumer Advocacy Groups: Protect the rights of consumers and ensure fair and transparent financial practices within the community.

  2. Local Economic Development Associations: Advocate for policies promoting responsible investment and economic development in the community.

  3. Housing Rights Organizations: Focus on fair housing policies, responsible lending practices, and addressing local housing-related financial issues.

  4. Labor Unions: Local chapters work on issues related to workers' rights, fair wages, and responsible business practices within the community.

  5. Community Development Financial Institutions: Provide financial services and support economic development in underserved communities, often emphasizing responsible financial practices.

  6. Consumer Credit Counseling Services: Provide financial education and counseling to individuals and families, promoting responsible financial behavior.

  7. Local Environmental and Social Justice Groups: Address the social and environmental impact of financial activities within the community.

  8. Community Investment Organizations: Advocate for responsible investment practices, ethical banking, and the alignment of financial activities with community needs.

  9. Neighborhood Associations: Engage with local financial issues, advocating for responsible development and addressing the impact of financial decisions on the community.

  10. Socially Responsible Investment Groups: Local investment clubs focus on investing in socially responsible businesses and advocate for ethical financial practices.

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