The precise nature of business economists' work depends on the organisation where they are employed. For example, they may do research on economic aspects which concern the financial position of the organisation and be financial advisors for top management. Business economists' area of specialisation is the organisation as a whole. They are not experts in specific business economic functions. It is therefore important that business economists must have a broad interest in the business world. The post of a business economist is the perfect place to prepare yourself for management posts within the business. The right person, with sufficient experience, can advance to the top management of any business. Large financial institutions usually employ business economists.