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Fraud Analyst Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 137,460 Fraud Analysts in the United States. The Fraud Analyst job market is expected to grow by 6.1% between 2012 and 2022. The majority of job opportunities exist in California, Illinois, and New Jersey, and as a percentage of the population District of Columbia and New Jersey have the most Fraud Analysts representing 4.616 in 1000 and 2.59 in 1000 of the total job market respectively.

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    A bachelors degree is required to be a Fraud Analyst. An english literature degree is preferred.

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Fraud Analyst Jobs

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Title Company Location Info
Fraud Analyst Ii MUFG Union Bank San Diego, CA, USA Job Details
Avp Fraud Complaints Defect Analyst Na Fraud Citi Hagerstown, MD, USA Job Details
Systems Engineer Tpl - Risk & Fraud Analysis Systems MUFG Union Bank Monterey Park, CA, USA Job Details
Fraud Analyst Logic Corporation New York, NY, USA Job Details
Fraud Analyst Resource Accounting Knoxville, TN, USA Job Details
Fraud Analyst MMC Group LP Austin, TX, USA Job Details
Fraud Analyst (Chargebacks/Disputes) Citi Conshohocken, PA, USA Job Details
Siu Investigator / Fraud Analyst Command Investigations Inc. Lake Mary, FL, USA Job Details
Fraud Analyst BCforward Phoenix, AZ, USA Job Details
Hiring Call Center, Customer Service, Fraud Analysts IntelliSource Denver, CO, USA Job Details
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Demand for Fraud Analysts

The Fraud Analyst industry is concentrated in California, Illinois and New Jersey.

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How to Become a Fraud Analyst

Interested in becoming a fraud analyst? Here are your next steps.

  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

    Would you make a good fraud analyst? Sokanu's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions!

    Take the free career test
  2. Get the Education

    A bachelors degree is required to be a Fraud Analyst. An english literature degree is preferred.

  3. Get Hired

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    View all jobs →

    Would you like to post jobs on this career? Find the best candidates using Sokanu's new psychometric job platform. Visit employers.sokanu.com today.