Book: What Can You Do with a Major in Business: Real people. Real jobs. Real rewards
Publisher: Cliffs Notes
Your guide to glide from campus to career
Make sure you get a good ROI (Return on Investment) from your college courses and career choices. Whether you’re a student pounding the books or a graduate pounding the pavement, What Can You Do with a Major in Business? alerts you to diverse job options, some of which you probably haven’t considered. It addresses specific concerns of business majors with valuable information, including:
Advice on college and curriculum choices—courses, internships, advanced degrees, and more
Tips to energize and expand your job search
Profiles of real graduates, their jobs, and how they got them
Objective audits of their careers from the manager of a recreational facility, a city/county administrator, a marketing field representative, a public relations specialist, and an import/export broker
Overviews of typical salary levels, hours, and work environments
Extensive additional resources, including Web sites, professional organizations, periodicals, and more
With practical information and enlightening insight from your peers in business careers, this book helps you analyze opportunities and choose a career that lets you make the most of your assets. Bottom line, that’s the key to success.
The hottest jobs with America’s most popular college degree
Business is by far America’s most popular college major–more than a quarter of a million U.S. students receive business BAs each year. The most economical guide for students and grads to be sure they are aware of the range of opportunities a business degree can yield, What Can You Do with a Major in Business? explores hot jobs in areas such as finance, public relations, and marketing–with career paths, salary info, real-life profiles, and much more.
Series author Jennifer A. Horowitz (New York, NY) holds degrees from Columbia University’s Teachers College and from Barnard College in writing. She has worked in New York City schools, with educational publishers, and as an advisor to parents of gifted children. About the Author
Kate Shoup Welsh is a freelance writer and editor. During the course of her career, she has penned three books and cowritten a screenplay.