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  • Who should consider an International Business career?(1)

    A global economy may be creating entry-level opportunities for business professionals with international degree training and perspective.(1)

    People with education and skills in international business, customs and import, finance, or another global business specialty may find their skills put to best use in a career in international business.(1)

    Call or request information to learn more about our Honolulu International Business School.  

  • Where could an International Business Career fit into the workplace?

    Some multinational businesses may rely on trained professionals to perform a variety of business functions worldwide. Areas of business that may require personnel with international business career training include:

    • Advertising and Marketing
    • Accounting and Finance
    • Human Resources
    • Merchandising and Wholesale Trade

    What is the outlook for International Business careers?

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), career opportunities nationally for Secretaries and Administrative Assistants are expected to grow by 12 percent from 2012 to 2022, and by 6.2 percent for the State of Hawaii for 2010-2020.(2,3)

    With an international focus applied to business courses in accounting, economics, management, marketing, business, travel operations, finance, and law, the goal is to help prepare graduates for entry-level opportunities at companies with international ties.(1)  

    What training can help students prepare for International Business Careers?(1)

    Along with business skills, people who work in international business should also have good communication skills, understanding of cultural differences, and an understanding of technology.

    (1)Employment upon graduation not guaranteed.
    (2)http://www.bls.gov/ooh/office-and-administrative-support/secretaries-and-administrative-assistants.htm.
    (3)https://www.hiwi.org/gsipub/index.asp?docid=423.
    International Business Careers Outlook Archive