Most securities and commodities brokers have a bachelor's degree. The most common areas of study are Economics, and Finance.

What degrees do securities and commodities brokers have?

The most common degree held by securities and commodities brokers is Economics, held by 16% of securities and commodities brokers. Other common degrees include Finance.

Get a detailed breakdown of securities and commodities brokers and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that securities and commodities brokers hold

Degrees % of securities and commodities brokers
Economics 16%
Finance 14%

What level of education do securities and commodities brokers have?

Securities and Commodities Brokers often have similar levels of education. 56% of securities and commodities brokers have a bachelor's degree, with the second most common being a certificate or associate degree at 14%.

Level of education that securities and commodities brokers have

Education % of securities and commodities brokers
No education 0%
High school diploma 12%
Certificate or associate degree 14%
Bachelor's degree 56%
Master's degree 6%
Doctorate 0%