10 In-Demand Jobs You Can Get with a Business Degree

10 In-Demand Jobs You Can Get with a Business Degree

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1. Medical and health services manager

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $101,340 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 32% As a medical or health service manager you work behind the scenes at a hospital, doctor’s office, or other care facility to keep it running safely and efficiently. You manage many operational duties of a health care facility—tasks that might include:

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1. Medical and health services manager

– Training and recruiting hospital staff – Managing digital health care records – Creating schedules for health care providers – Communicating with health insurance representatives

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2. Information security analyst

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $102,600 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 33% As an information security analyst you play a key role in protecting an organization’s computer networks and systems. You serve as the gatekeeper for information systems—and help safeguard a company’s reputation—by:

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2. Information security analyst

– Identifying weaknesses in network security – Planning and implementing security protocols and systems – Responding to breaches and cyberattacks – Training users to navigate new systems

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3. Operations research analyst

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $82,360 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 25% As an operations research analyst you leverage your critical thinking skills to help organizations operate efficiently and effectively. You take raw data and transform it into actionable insights using data mining, statistical 

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3. Operations research analyst

analysis, and mathematical modeling. Some common tasks include: – Collecting and analyzing large data sets – Developing mathematical models to solve problems – Testing and validating models to ensure accuracy – Advising leadership teams on business solutions

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4. Market research analyst

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $63,920 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 22% As a market research analyst it’s your job to study the marketplace. You determine your company’s position versus competitors and help research market products and services. As the consumer marketplace continues to evolve, you are 

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4. Market research analyst

always looking for new ways to engage and delight customers by: – Monitoring and predicting sales trends – Researching consumers, competitors, and products – Developing new ways to gather meaningful consumer data – Presenting actionable insights in a simple, visually appealing way

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5. Financial manager

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $131,710 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 17% As a financial manager you are responsible for the overall financial health of an organization. You help your organization achieve its short and long-term financial goals by:

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5. Financial manager

– Producing financial reports and forecasts – Directing investment activities – Analyzing market trends for opportunities – Developing plans for long-term financial goals – Assisting management in financial decisions

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6. Fundraiser

Median Annual Salary (BLS.gov):  $60,660 Job Outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 16% As a fundraiser you might work in the political or not-for-profit sectors to raise money for an organization. This may sound simple, but fundraising extends beyond just asking for money. You achieve this goal by: – Analyzing what’s important

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6. Fundraiser

to potential donors – Crafting strong and compelling messages – Organizing campaigns and events to bring in donations – Maintaining donor information records – Training volunteers in fundraising best practices

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7. Management analyst

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $93,000 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 14% As a management analyst, sometimes called a management consultant, you help organizations become more profitable by finding ways to reduce cost and boost revenue. You likely work as a consultant meeting with 

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7. Management analyst

various client companies and: – Interviewing and observing on-site to evaluate company performance – Examining financial data and employment reports – Recommending organizational changes and new procedures – Training workers in newly implemented strategies

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8. Human resources specialist

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $62,290 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 10% As a human resources (HR) specialist you are responsible for hiring and maintaining talent within a company. Tasks vary from day to day but likely include: – Recruiting, screening, and interviewing workers

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8. Human resources specialist

– Processing new hire paperwork and exit interviews – Conducting training for new hires – Managing compensation and benefits – Addressing complaints and harassment allegations

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9. Marketing manager

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $133,380 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 10% As a marketing manager you serve as the link between a company and its customers. You work on a public relations or marketing team to manage services or products by: – Crafting promotional messages for various media channels

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9. Marketing manager

– Managing budgets for marketing campaigns – Testing marketing strategies and messages – Building relationships with media outlets – Monitoring and improving SEO

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10. Accountant/auditor

Median annual salary (BLS.gov):  $77,250 Job outlook (projected growth from 2020-2030): 7% As an accountant or auditor you work with organizations to keep their financial records accurate, up to date, and in compliance with industry regulations. While accountants often prepare financial records and reports, auditors verify 

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10. Accountant/auditor

the accuracy of those documents. You do this by: – Examining financial records for accuracy and compliance – Preparing or verifying tax returns – Analyzing accounting systems for maximum efficiency – Making business and financial recommendations to management

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