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Chief Trust Officers


The U.S. Department of Labor does not provide a specialized job outlook for chief trust officers, but it does report that overall employment of top executives (including CTOs) is projected to increase 8 percent from 2020 to 2030. This is about as fast as the average for all careers. Demand is growing for CTOs to help companies build strong and authentic relationships—especially in the wake of many trust-breaking actions by businesses in recent years. Many Fortune 500 companies have realized that customer trust is one of the main differentiators when customers make purchasing decisions between two businesses that have products and services that are of equal quality and price. With that said, it’s important to remember that this is a small field, and only large businesses are apt to employ CTOs—although they may hire lower-level workers who perform similar tasks. The best opportunities will go to CTOs who have considerable experience and success at high-profile companies and who have a wide range of professional expertise.

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