While the entertainment world often depicts accountants as soulless bean counters, the job actually is very rewarding. Also, businesses are expected to be hiring many more accountants over the next decade.
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Budget analysts and credit analysts use some of the same skills, but those who work with the budget tract the flow of cash throughout and organization while credit analysts manage the risk of loaning money.
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Public relations specialists must be on the front line for their clients. Depending on the client, it can be a stressful career. But those in it also find public relations very rewarding.
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Restaurant managers handle a number of important duties, including managing staff, inventory and supplies.
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Lodging managers handle tasks such as greeting and registering guests, inspecting guest rooms for cleanliness and keeping track of how much money the facility is making. Lodging managers also ensure company standards for décor and housekeeping.
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Whether an assistant manager is helping manage a large or small retail store, there are many job duties. The main job duty is to help the store manager maintain a smooth and profitable business. Usually, assistant managers are considered part of the managerial team and help make important decisions about store operations.
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The growing field of energy broker deals with the buying and selling of energy resources and products such as oil, natural gas and coal.
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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).