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Accountant - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Are you organized? Do you manage your time well? Are you methodical in how you accomplish the tasks you set for yourself? If you've answered yes to these questions then you might have some of the characteristics that make up a successful accountant. Read More...

Administrative Assistant - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Unless you are a speed typist and know all of the major office software packages, you'll probably need to brush up on your skills by going back to school for a bit. True, many administrative assistants have no formal training, but employers increasingly require a broad range of skills and duties. Read More...

Certified Financial Planner - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

With three years of work experience and a bachelor's degree, you are eligible to get a Chartered Financial Analyst certificate. The Certified Financial Planner credential covers different areas of finances: insurance and risk management, benefits, taxes and investments. If you pass both exams after a few years of studying, you are well on your way to becoming a certified financial planner. Read More...

Business Administration Degree Programs & Training

Business Administration Degree If you are looking at different career paths and degrees, then a business administration degree might suit you. A business administration degree can be used in so many different settings, industries, and types of organizations. If you do not want to tie yourself down to a narrow discipline, then a business administration degree could provide you with the academic achievement and career flexibility that you are searching for.

Business Administration Degree Training

The skills taught are broad based and quite often you can choose to take more courses in a subject area that you find interesting once you have enrolled. Course subjects may cover some or all of the following areas: accounting, finance, human resources, business law, sales, marketing, planning and control, administration, project management, strategy, and e-commerce.

Business Administration Degree Job Outlook

Individuals with a business administration degree can find a number of similar positions across a range of industries. Every small, medium or large organization needs effective management. Clearly, the more experience you gain over the years means that you could qualify for a position of more responsibility. Mid level management, executive and administrative positions are available in every conceivable commercial, not for profit, governmental and academic institution.

If you enjoy change and working with many different people you could go into consultancy. There are several large management consultancy firms who may be interested in people with business administration degree. You would be assigned one or more clients to work with. Initially, you would be supervised until you have proven your worth. The most prestigious firms can of course afford to recruit only the very best trainees, so you may find competition is intense for these positions.

Other employers include business development agencies that may be government funded and whose purpose is to regenerate regions in economic decline. You may decide that you want to build your own 'empire', in which case freelance consultancy might be appealing.

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