What are some interesting jobs in the business management field? Salary not a big concern?
What are some interesting jobs in the business management field? Salary not a big concern
Jobs in like traveling, entertainment, exciting aspects, etc.
I know there is more out there then just a being a manager at Walmart, McDonald, etc. I have my sights to eventually run my own business back in my hometown. So this does not concern any future of mine.
Question answered by Salary Helper
A Business Management Degree is a great degree to have, as it is very versatile and can work with many types of jobs and industries.
Many people with Business Management degrees get jobs like:
Business Development Manager
Insurance Sales Agent
Human Resources (HR) Manager
What is a good online college to study business management?
What is a good online college to study business management? If you've been to a good online college, I'd like to hear which one it was.
No biased answers against online college please.
Question answered by Tom J
My best recommendation would be to contact a number of colleges to find the best fit for you and your needs (tuition, schedule, career opportunities, etc.). Too often people enroll in the first school they find rather than taking the time to find the best school for them. Taking that time now could save you a lot of time, money and frustration if you choose the wrong school.
This site has some good info on regionally accredited online business management degree programs and some colleges that offer them to help expand your search:
I think you can enter your info on there for any colleges you are interested in and they will send you more info for free. Good Luck!
How is small business management different from entrepreneurship?
1.What do entrepreneurs do that distinguishes them from other people involved in business?
2. How is small business management different from entrepreneurship?
3.what is the significance of triggering events in an entrepreneurship?
Question answered by Trade Guy
Really great questions to gather some findings about enterprenures, SME's and how they are different.
Answering the first question: What do entrepreneurs do that distinguishes them from other people involved in business?
Basically enterprenures are nothing but a common man from all of us but what factores makes them different than a common man to get into the list of enterprenures are as follows:
1) Enterprenures are trend setters. They comes up with new thoughts with extremely different execution platform.
2) Taking challanges and mould them into adaptable things by all age groups and masses.
3) Enterprenures takes criticism as positive reactions for further improvemants and diversify their actions accordingly.
A lot of other things can be discussed about enterprenures but in my opinion these are enough to understand that wht is the means of enterprenures.
Answer 2nd Question: How is small business management different from entrepreneurship?
We can say that some how small businesses are the subset of enterprenureship. Small businesses can be considered as the smallest link of an industry and in absense of that the cycle can't be completed. Enterprenures are highly supported by these small business for smooth execution of their advanced ideas as a placeholder.
Answer 3 : what is the significance of triggering events in an entrepreneurship?
Events are the best medium for marketing and advertisement of new ideas spread over the masses. So events are of great significance in enterprenureship. This leads to spread awareness of creating new ideas that are always welcomed for growth of businesses and industries.
What jobs are available for business management majors with a minor in marketing?
I was just wondering. I am a business management major and I haven't chosen a minor yet, but I'm thinking about marketing or psychology (now I'm leaning more toward marketing). Also, is this a good major/minor combo?
Question answered by Ravyn
Business management and marketing go together like milk and cookies. It's an excellent combination. With that kind of degree you will just about be able to name your company and salary when you're ready to enter the job market.
Way To Go!!!
Difference between a business management and marketing management associate degree?
I'm planning on getting an associate degree in either business management or marketing management, but whats really the difference?
Question answered by kevlwhite
All business associate degree will give you a foundation in business management including accounting, marketing, sales economics etc...
When you pick a focus like marketing, human resources etc... you will then take 3-5 courses that go deeper into that concentration.
A business management concentration will go deeper into managing people (HR), processes (IT, operations), money (finance/accounting) ..All the knowledge one would need to Supervise and manage a business as a whole.
A marketing management concentrartion will go deeper into educating tthe public about a company's products and persuading them to buy those products. You will learn more about sales, advertising, public relations, consumer behavior and media.
What a level options should i take for a business management degree?
I have picked Business studies, English language, Drama and Theatre studies, and sociology. I would like to go on and do a degree in business management, and no im not looking to go to one of the top universities like oxford or cambridge, im thinking more prehaps leeds met or liverpool, some of the universitys that arent so higly regarded. Do you think my choices of A Levels would be suitable enough to get onto one of these degrees?
Question answered by Ivy.J
Hey There! Well, I want to be a Gynaecologist and I've chosen these "A" Level subjects:
I think that what you've chosen is great for business management, but don't you think Economics or Maths would help? I would take all of those subjects apart from Sociology... Instead I'd pick Economics or Maths just because I'd think you'd have an edge against other applicants when choosing a Uni because of your Maths or Economical skills which you would definitely need in Business. I understand why you chose Drama and Theatre studies.."A" Levels are hard and you just need a bit of a "lighter" subject to study such as Drama and Theatre studies, same reason I picked Media Studies. Any thing you decide, it's up to you honey as long as you get good grades! I'm about to start sixth form in September and I'm really excited! Hope you do well in whatever you choose to do :) Goodluck!
What kind of jobs can a business management major get out of college?
I am a senior this year getting my bachelor's in Business Management. I was wondering what kinds of jobs, whether its entry level or higher that I can apply for and actually get accepted to with this degree. I was wondering if anyone has any information about the average salaries of any such jobs for the state of New Jersey.
I am mainly looking for a list of job titles that are suitable for my degree, any other info is extra and greatly appreciated :)
Question answered by Salary Helper
There are a number of jobs you can get with a degree in Business Management, as well as a diverse salary range.
PayScale offers some great resources to help you determine the jobs in your area that would best fit your experience and skills. I've attached some links to get you started.
Best of luck!
How many years of college is necessary for a career in Business Management?
I've been searching and looking but I keep getting results on colleges. I don't want to know the colleges with the best Business Management. If anyone can tell me the total years necessary for a degree in Business in Management & how many are for each degree(Bachelors, Masters exc..) Id be soo thankful!
Oh and if there's any there information on this topic that you could share please do!
Question answered by Red
It takes 4 years to get your bachelor's in business management. It takes approximately another 2 years after that if you want to pursue your master's. If you really want to get a business management degree, make sure that you choose a concentration to go with it so you will be able to be competitive when you get out, as far as finding a job. If I were you, I would study something like finance, information technology, or whatever you're really interested in (like maybe fashion merchandising if you're really into fashion.) The reason why this is important is because business management undergraduates come a dime a dozen and sometimes it can be hard to stand out when it comes to getting a job after graduation.
Getting an undergraduate degree in Business Management, what would be a good specialization to choose?
My dream is to work as project manager, director or something of that sort for a non-profit organization. Human rights is one of my favorites, but is not just closed to that. Does anyone know what would be a good specialization for a business management degree? Something to specialize in that would help me land a job in that Field? For instance, there is sociology, psychology, biology etc, etc.
Appreciate any answers with some real insight. Thanks.
Question answered by justasking
I have a Business Management degree and have worked at a non-profit. My choices were not as broad as yours, but here is what I did. I choose general management. Choices were supply chain, general, finance and one other that I can't remember. I went back later on and got a second degree in marketing. Marketing really helped me because all business basics are covered but marketing is always necessary in whatever you do. You have to be able to keep your client happy, you have to be able to attract them into doing business with you. My second degree has actually been favorably looked upon. Maybe you can try something like that.
How many years do you have to go to school for Business Management?
I want to go to college for Business management and open my own Beauty Salon. I am just wondering, How many years would it take to complete a Business Management Class??
And another question, how long do you have to go to Cosmetology school before you get your Cosmetology Lisence?
Another question, if I am the manager of a business, who pays me if I am paying my employees?
Your help is appreciated.
Question answered by jdkilp
So, what is it that you want? A degree in business management, or just enough business management knowledge to run your beauty salon? There are government organizations (like the Small Business Development Center) that offers classes in business management, without the need to spend 2 years getting an associate degree or 4 years getting a bachelors.
Look in your local phone book and call a cosmetology school to ask them how long it takes to get a license.
If you're the manager of the business, you usually draw a salary out or earnings.