Professional Service Industry

While there is no universally accepted definition of firms that are included in the professional services industry, professional services can generally be defined as occupations requiring special training.  While most require at least a bachelors degree, many require advanced degrees, professional certifications, or a license.  Here are a few examples of  professional service companies:

Accountants
Advertising/Public Relations
Architectural Services
Artificial Intelligence
Attorneys/Law Firms

Banking, Mortgage
Banks, Commercial
Banks, Savings & Loans
Bookkeeping
Business Coaching

Chiropractors
Computer Networking
Consultants
Credit Unions

Data & Analytics
Data Processing & Outsourcing
Dentists
Design Services
Doctors & Other Health Professionals

Engineers

Finance / Credit Companies
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
Financial Advisors

Health
Health Professionals
Health Services/HMOs
Hedge Funds
HMOs & Health Care Services

Investment Management
Insurance
Internet
IT Services & Consulting
IT Storage & Security

Lawyers & Lobbyists

Management Consultants
Marketing
Mortgage Bankers & Brokers

Payroll Providers
Physicians & Other Health Professionals
Private Equity

Real Estate
Research & Development

Savings & Loans
Securities & Investment
Software Development

Tax Preparation

Venture Capital

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