Risk management professionals work in typical office settings with access to the latest computer technology and office equipment. They usually work 40 or more hours per week, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Most risk managers find the careers to be extremely rewarding, although they may encounter stressful situations when their colleagues or managers disagree with their risk-management recommendations. The job can also be stressful if the risk manager fails to identify a major area of risk before it causes the company to lose money or clients.
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