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  • Who should pursue a job in organizational management?

    If you're interested in pursuing a higher-level administrative management position in a larger company that requires coordination of multiple locations, equipment, or technologies, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is reporting that bachelor's degrees for these roles are usually required.(2)(3)

    Call or request information to learn more about our Honolulu Organizational Management degree.

    What organization types could offer entry-level business management careers?(1)

    • Administrative services
    • Human resources
    • Information technology
    • Operations
    • Inventory
    • Quality control

    An effective management team is needed in every industry, from food service to healthcare. Whether you are just entering the workplace or want to seek advancement in your current career, a degree in organizational management may give you the boost you need to stand out to prospective employers.(2)

    What are the job outlook and salary statistics for organizational management careers?

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment in management occupations is expected to grow by 6 percent from 2014 to 2024.(1) Exact growth will vary by industry, with fast-growing sectors like healthcare, government, insurance, and finance generating proportionally more new jobs. And employers generally prefer a combination of education and experience.(2)

    A bachelor's degree in organizational management, like the one offered at Remington College, or a related field can help to prepare you by offering coursework in human resources, economics, organizational principles, business law, ethics, marketing, and data analysis.(1)

    Key Skills for an Organizational Management Career(1)

    Leadership, communication, and organization are crucial skills for a career in management. Managers must know how to motivate their employees and increase productivity, as well as have an aptitude for analytical thinking and problem solving.(3)