The three basic management levels include top-level manager, middle manager and lower manager. People seeking a management career need skills such as leadership, communication, motivational and interpersonal.


The major industries providing management careers include healthcare facilities, wholesalers, banks, business service companies, government agencies, insurance companies, retail businesses and schools. Education requirements for management jobs vary by the company or organization. Some employers require a bachelor degree or an associate degree or some post-secondary education. Some management jobs require a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree or a master degree in another field.


Annual wages for career opportunities from this program range from $52,380 for beginning level to $111,390 for middle level, according to the US Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration.

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Account Representative
*Bank Officer
Business Support Specialist
Claims Adjuster
+Computer Operations Supervisor
*Director, Research and Development
Employment Interviewer
Financial Planner
*Hospital Administrator
Human Resources
Import / Export Agent
Inventory Control
+Management Consultant
Management Trainee
Office Manager
Project Assistant
Stock Broker
*Teacher, College


* Bachelor Degree or higher required


+ Bachelor Degree normally recommended


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