How to Become a Kick Ass Business Manager

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Pablo Gracia
Kathy Mullins
ENG 090
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How to become a kick ass business manager
Choosing a career is one of the most difficult parts of our lives. It is one moment of our life that we have to decide what to do after high school. We all have that question, “What I am going to do after graduation? Or “What type of degree should I get? If you are going to a business management career or any type of career that involves big numbers this is what you need to know. Either you want to work in a small business when the income is about $2 million per year or in a big business where the income is 20-25 million per year you have to have a business management degree. Experience is what makes you move up on a company. It’s what all companies are looking for, because not only your degree, but your experience is what shows that you have the potential to run a company, and sometimes, your own company. In this report, you will know the basics of being a business manager, important information, like, knowing your team members, why great experience is very important, sales and profits and delivering a great looking company. You will also know why a degree is important, what level experience you need to run a company, what skills are needed for this type of job.

So let’s start with what is this job about. For instance we are talking about $100-$120 thousand dollars annual. As a job outlook, it’s a likely job, because business management, such as accounting, office managers, administrative assistants, coordinators, operations manager, general manager and so on are on high demand because of what skills are needed for this kind of job, and not many people have that. But first let’s talk about what business managers do, according to mynextmove.org, business manager’s plan, direct or coordinate one or more administrative services of an organization, such as records and information management, mail distribution, facilities planning and maintenance, custodial operations, and...
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