Survey Researchers gather and compile data about people’s opinions or demographics, and analyze that information to plan strategic business and government decisions.
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Cost estimators compile information used by businesses to determine whether or not a new project or product will be profitable.
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Training and development specialists handle training programs for employees, review training activities for effectiveness and develop new training methods.
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Accountants ensure that firms are run efficiently, taxes paid properly and on time, and public records kept accurately. They prepare, analyze and verify financial documents for clients and offer financial and investment planning and other financial servic
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Retail salespersons may work anywhere that anything is sold. This can include department stores, the automotive industry and furniture stores. Many of them are paid both a set salary plus commission, while others work on strict commission.
Thursday, Dec 16 2010 03:25 PM
Real estate brokers differ from real estate agents in that they can actually deal with the financial portion of real estate transactions. This includes buying properties, arranging financing and other related duties. Click "play" to watch career video.
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Farm products purchasing agents and buyers are responsible for making arrangements for purchases that pertain to products that will be used on large farms or other agriculture sites. Click "play" to watch career video.
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Learn About Careers in Finance and Business
There are many potential jobs for business majors, including accounting, finance, marketing and business management careers. These fields generally offer high pay and good benefits, but are often very competitive. You can enter a few careers in finance and business with an associate's degree in business management or similar, but most require at least a bachelor's in business. A Master's of Business Administration (MBA) degree is often necessary to advance to executive-level positions such as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Chief Financial Officer (CFO).