Around the world, the demand for business professionals is on the rise. Business education provides flexible skills that enable students to find successful careers in a wide range of industries. Here’s some important information by Edmappers about the top careers students can pursue after studying business.
Top Careers after a Business Education:
Medical and health services managers use the skills gained through a robust business education, including accounting, budgeting, human resources, marketing, management, business law, ethics, and information technology. Employment of medical and health service managers is projected to grow by 32% between 2019 and 2029—much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations.
Entrepreneur/ business owner or intrapreneur (a manager within a company who promotes new product development and marketing) are all viable and in-demand career options after an education in business. In specialized entrepreneurship programs and general business programs, students learn a full-range of skills required to be successful in this field. Many schools provide students with opportunities to connect with other entrepreneurs, incubators and mentors.
eCommerce Project Manager
Online shopping is increasing day by day and so is eCommerce! Students who specialize in the study of Business and eCommerce are prepared for the complexities of business and management. Graduates with a business education are well suited for a career in eCommerce Project Management. Here they can use the skills gained during business education including customer service, marketing, and advertising, developing store websites, and more.
International Business Management Analyst
An education in International Business provides emphasis on cross-cultural collaboration and the fundamentals for running global businesses. Students learn about business ethics, global commerce, and international markets.
Other potential careers after studying international business include foreign trade consultant/specialist, distribution and logistics administrator, import/export manager, international banker and international marketing and sales associate.
Data is often called the new oil. Data Analytics is a great career choice. Since it is a niche field, business schools are investing heavily in the research and development of programs that will give their students a running start within these fields. Data analysts are inquisitive, highly analytical and have a way with numbers.