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Successful Business Careers Begin Here

Are your goals lofty? Do you dream of being your own boss, running a business, or even heading up a firm and taking home the big paycheck? The world of business holds many opportunities, and with the right degree, you can soon find yourself on your way to the top of the ladder.

Salary figures for 2008 show entry-level accounting degree holders earning around 33k, while more experienced accountants are in the 50k range. Marketing managers regularly earn above 90k annually, while the upper ranks of the management team make well over six figures. Can you see yourself in a corner office? How about in your dream car?

The first step is the right education. With business schools offering dependable, real-world training in areas like accounting, administration,marketing and management, it's easy to attain the degree you need, whether it's on-campus or online -- and you don't need to be in your twenties.

Find out about business programs in your area today by using the search form to the right to get more info from schools near you.

*Please Note: Program outcomes vary according to each institution's specific curriculum and employment opportunities are not guaranteed

Business Career Descriptions

There are many types of career in business. Here are a few major areas:

Management/Administration: Managers work on the big-picture, managing anything from people and projects, to production and shipping.

Finance: These professionals track a company's expenditures, working with the budget and giving the green light for new developments.

Marketing: Advertising is the cornerstone of business, and marketing personnel devise creative new methods of spreading the word.

Human resources: Every company is run by people, and they are hired, placed, trained, and counseled by the professionals in HR.

Technology: In the age of wireless communications, technology is a central pillar in business, and it is developed and maintained by these specialized personnel.

To find out more about business training near you, complete the School Finder form to the right and request information from the schools that interest you.

Business Training

Students preparing to enter major companies obtain bachelor or master degrees, while small business owners graduate with an associate degree. The training you will receive depends on the preferred area of business, but some general topics run parallel to most areas.

Some common subjects studied are:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Administration and management
  • Risk management
  • Customer relations
  • Business law

Many business schools also offer their degree programs online, making it easier for working adults to adjust their education to match their busy schedules.

To find out more, complete the School Finder form to the right and browse the list of business training programs in your area.

Business Salaries

Some of the major areas of business are listed below, with annual salaries, as reported by the US Labor Bureau for 2007. Salaries represent the national average.

The most common industries and their average salaries are below.

Business areaAverage salary
Chief Executives$151,370
General/Operations Managers$103,780
Marketing Managers$113,400
Financial Managers$106,200
Recruitment/Placement Specialists$52,710
Training/Development Specialists$53,040
Other Human Resources Specialists$56,740
Business Operations Specialists$62,140
Accountants and Auditors$63,180
Financial Examiners$73,550

To find business schools near you, complete the School Finder form to the right and browse the list of training programs in your area.

Business career outlook

The US Labor Bureau predicts a 12-17 percent increase in business employment in the next decade, with growth varying by industry and region.

Lower-level positions tend to experience more growth than higher-level positions, so employment is easier to find in lower management or employee positions.

To find a business training program near you, complete the School Finder form to the right and request more information from the schools that interest you.

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