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 CFA vs CIPM 
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Dear All,

Please help me with my questions/problems.

To give you an overview off my situation:

I'm a guy, 23 years old. I have a bachelor degree in energy technologics (renewable energy sources).
Now I want to join the CFA level 1, because I'm very interested in a job in the financial world more specific in the stock market.

I don't have any financial degree.

Now my question, if I proceed the 3 levels of CFA, it's possible for me to apply for a job in the financial world?

I also read something about the CIPM program.

Could anybody tell me the difference between CFA and CIPM also in the value of the certificate please?

Many thanks in advance,

Lolle58


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