Management Jobs & Employment Information
A career in business management offers a myriad of options in unbounded environments. Irrespective of the industry you are applying to, business management jobs demand certain finesse in logical, quantitative and reasoning skills. Entry level management jobs, and jobs for general managers, analysts, consultants, planners and strategists all involve working towards improvement or organizational profit, identification of trends, controlling budgets and analysis of external situations.
Business management careers are expected to grow between 2010 and 2020. Healthcare manager jobs for example are expected to rise by 22%. On the other hand, social community service manager jobs will also go up by 27%. Jobs for public relations managers are expected to rise by 21% during this same time period.
The size of the company and nature of the industry you work with is also a factor that influences growth and salary structures. On an average, a senior budget analyst in a small firm makes about $65,750 according to the BLS, 2011. Those in larger companies made about $82,000.
Furthermore, salaries in management professionals are higher in cities where standard of living is expensive.