A business management degree opens the door to a wide range of jobs in a number of different fields – everything from human resources, to marketing, to general management, to accounting!

Business managers are people who are capable of supporting and managing organizations, prioritizing communication skills, creativity, problem-solving, critical thinking and effective planning. Besides, they are aware of business principles, organizational effectiveness, data analytics, relationship management and more.

What kind of business management jobs can you get with a business degree?

In this list, we included some common concentration-specific positions available to recent business management undergraduates:

  • Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks

From the accounting concentration, this position is in charge of managing a company’s financial records. Also, some of the responsibilities include: coding documents, summarizing numerical data and resolving any financial inconsistencies.

  • Administrative assistant

From the general management concentration, this position is in charge of scheduling meetings, answering calls, updating databases, preparing invoices and managing all correspondence through the company.

  •  Market research analyst 

From the marketing concentration, this position is in charge of managing and researching sales trends, competitors and consumer behaviour in order to help companies make educated marketing decisions.

  • Trade specialist

From the international business concentration, this position is in charge of handling the financial activities of an organization while maintaining payments for its export/import operations. Also, they are in charge of negotiating and handling issues related to credit with financial institutions.

  • Marketing Manager 

From the marketing concentration, this position is in charge of estimating the demand for products and services of an organization and of a company’s competitors. Also, they are in charge of identifying potential markets that the company can expand into and managing a team that creates strategies to maximize profits.

  • Human resources manager 

From the human resources concentration, this position is in charge of planning, coordinating, organizing and supervising the administrative operations of the company. Also, they are in charge of the recruitment process of an organization and serve as a link between employees and management.

  • Business analyst 

From the general management concentration, this position is in charge of collecting data and resolving business problems within a company. They analyze the data collected to determine the best possible solutions or changes.

  • Account manager 

From the accounting concentration, this position is in charge of nurturing client relations as well as working with marketing and sales teams to find potential clients and planning presentations and sales pitches.

In addition, if you want more information regarding the Business Management degree, please go to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) section on the Acsenda website.