A career in a professional business environment can seem like a dream
come true after working long hours on your feet, behind a counter. But
for employees who want to trade their name tags for desks, the
transition may seem all but impossible.(1)
The Business Office Management degree program at Remington College was created with these challenges in mind. Call or request more information.
If you’re working toward completing your business office management degree or have recently earned it, you may be wondering: What’s next? In terms of possible career paths, there are a variety of specialty areas to choose from. And the skills you’ve learned can be put to use in a number of ways in each area. Whatever path you follow will be driven largely by your particular interests, skills, and aptitudes, but here are some of the possible industries and job options you may want to consider. For example:
Apart from any of these career possibilities, future growth in emerging fields and new specialty areas may also heighten the need for professionals like you who have a background in business administration.
With a business office management degree, you are not bound by a narrow scope in terms of the job possibilities. In addition, a business office management degree can provide you with a solid foundation in several fundamental skill areas that may help to prepare you for your pursuit of a higher-level degree, should you be interested in continuing your education. But even without a master’s or doctoral degree, an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in business administration, coupled with on-the-job experience, may help you progress in your career over the long term.
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