Which Business Specialty is Right for You?

Explore these trending business careers and see where your degree can take you.

Business Jobs and Opportunities

The field of business is a vast one, and includes many exciting and intriguing careers. From traditional financial and accounting jobs to new post-digital-age positions, the landscape has never been more inviting for those seeking new opportunities.

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Certified Management Accountant

Use your strategic accounting management skills to inform business strategy.

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Digital Marketer

Promote a company's brand and sell its products or services to consumers on digital channels.

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Financial Analyst

Work with financial data to achieve the most financial reward while taking on the least risk.

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Financial Planner

Help clients achieve financial goals. Assist individuals or companies with financial planning and asset management.

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Forensic Accountant

Investigate and examine financial statements when fraud and other crimes are suspected.

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Sports Agent

Represent and promote athletes during contract negotiations and in other financial and image matters.

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Supply Chain Manager

Oversee a business' production process, from sourcing materials to distribution of the finished product.

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Certified Public Accountant

Perform a variety of services, including tax preparation and auditing, for individuals, companies, or the government.

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Brand Manager

Create a personality for a product that will convey its intent while also being unique and inspiring consumer trust.

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Cost Accountant

Understand and determine the precise costs associated with a product and use that information to set appropriate prices.

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Government Accountant

Work in the public sector to maintain and examine the records of government agencies, as well as audit private businesses.

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Investment Banker

Help companies raise money by creating securities—stocks, bonds, and other financial entities—to be sold in capital markets.

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Corporate Financial Analyst

Chart a company's financial course based on goals prescribed by management, and use your skills to keep the company on track.

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Non-Profit Leadership

Utilize leadership practices that will help your non-profit weather the economic storm while still preparing for a better future.

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Retail Manager

Be in charge of making your store—or stores—function, from the highest corporate level to inventory to interactions on the sales floor.

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Use your knowledge to assess risk, formulate policies and minimize the associated costs of risk for the insurance, finance and legal industries.

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Loan Officer

Understand loans and mortgages and help customers identify and apply for funding that's a good match for their needs and credit.

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Insurance Agent

Specialize in life, health, property or other types of insurance, and work to connect your clients to policies that meet their needs.

Put Your Passion to Work

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