BCOM Financial Graduate
George
2 days ago

bcom Financial Graduate - George - Western Cape

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Accountant (BCom)
Johannesburg
9 days ago

Salary: 440000

A leading global law firm is currently seeking dedicated and experienced Accountants to join their dynamic team. They believe in fostering a collaborative and innovative environment where professionals can excel and contribute to the firm's success.

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Accountant (BCom)
Johannesburg
12 days ago

Salary: 440000

A leading global law firm is currently seeking dedicated and experienced Accountants to join their dynamic team. They believe in fostering a collaborative and innovative environment where professionals can excel and contribute to the firm's success.

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BCom Graduates- 3 month contract (Nightshift) Own vehicle essential
Johannesburg
13 days ago

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BCom / Accounts Graduate (Entry Level position)
Durban
14 days ago

We are seeking an exceptional bcom / business / accounts graduate for an exciting entry level position within a leading luxury brands business. Based in Durban.

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BCom Graduates with a vehicle - 3 month contract
Johannesburg
14 days ago

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BCom Graduate - Nightshift
Johannesburg
17 days ago

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Accountant - with BCom Acc
Isando
21 days ago

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Business Process Analyst (CA / BCom Hons / BSc)
Johannesburg
26 days ago

Salary: Monthly

Our client in the Insurance / Financial Services industry is currently looking to employ a Business Process Analyst. Candidates who hold CA or bcom Hons or BSc qualifications are encouraged to apply. The position is based in Bryanston (Johannesburg).Candidates must be suitably qualified, as per the list below, must be highly analytical, ambitious, and excited to work as part of a high-functioning ...

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Invoicing and Billing administrator (BCOM Accounting or BCOM business administation degree required)
Johannesburg
26 days ago

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The complete guide to BCom jobs in South Africa

 

What does a BCom job in South Africa entail?

Earning a bachelor's degree in commerce equips students with the foundational knowledge and practical experience necessary for successful careers in business. Economics, finance, business management, and accounting methods are only few of the fundamental topics covered in most business schools' required curricula.

However, BComs can be specialised in a number of ways to give students a wide range of experience and knowledge. With a BCom in a specific area of business and industry, you can tailor your education to a particular career path.

We’ve compiled the ultimate guide to BCom jobs in South Africa.

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What career opportunities are there for BCom jobs?

There are many career opportunities for B.Com graduates in South Africa to be applied in any sector such as marketing, hospitality, retail, industry, mining, health care and education.

How to get a BCom job
  • Students in their final years of school should start working on a refined, comprehensive résumé and practise their interpersonal and interviewing abilities.
  • Ideally, you would find an internship programme where the employer offers actual work experience to interns.
  • After completing their B.Com, many students opt to continue their education by pursuing a master's degree.
How to become a BCom graduate

The standard length of study for a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the undergraduate level is three years. A B.Com is a business degree that focuses on developing students' managerial and general business competence across a variety of disciplines, including accounting, economics, finance, and human resources. Numerous B.Com tracks exist, including those in marketing, management, accounting, and information systems, to name a few.

The first year of study in all BCom programmes in South African universities is the same, making it simple to switch or add majors.   The BCom curriculum focuses on business administration, strategic planning, and commercial conceptualization in varying degrees of depth and breadth depending on the chosen major.

Pros and cons of a BCom job
  • A BCom can be used as a stepping stone to both traditional employment and self-employment. Students learn enough about economics and business to function successfully in any professional setting or as entrepreneurs.
  • Professional opportunities for those with a BCom include consulting, organisations, public accounting firms, marketing, investment banking, foreign commerce, budget planning, banking, and capital management.
  • With a Bachelor of Commerce, even entry-level positions pay well.
  • If you want to further your career and income potential, you will need to choose a specific areato specialise in
Frequently asked questions

Is BCom a good career?

Yes. As one of the more affordable graduate programmes yet still opens up a wide variety of professional doors, so the B.Com. qualification attracts a large number of applicants.

Are B.Comm graduates in demand?

Yes. Business, finance, marketing, human resources, public relations, and sales are common fields of employment for graduates of business and management programmes.

How much does a B.comm graduate earn?

In South Africa, a BCom graduate may expect to make around R 180 000 annually, or R 92.31 per hour. The starting salary for an entry level employment is R 162 750 per year, and the maximum salary for a highly skilled worker is R 2 258 845 per year.