A Life in the Business Career
Among the millions of jobs available in the world today, for the purpose of this paper, I've chosen to outline the position of a regional sales manager. This particular job varies from company to company, however, the basic essentials for what is required regarding education, various skills and what will be expected of you is generally the same across the board. Sales managers usually have at least a bachelor’s degree in a major such as business. They usually must climb their way up the proverbial ladder to reach a managerial position, especially in bigger companies, and when appointed as a regional sales manager, they must be able to maintain a friendly, yet professional relationship with the sales associates they oversee.
Obtaining a bachelor’s degree is very tough work; these are degrees that students receive upon completion of full-time college or university studies, which is about 4-5 years. Pursuing this degree is very time-consuming and even a little bit of a financial struggle for most. But according to wwc.edu, “The long-term benefits of acquiring a bachelor’s degree may very well far outweigh the difficulties that you may encounter.” The one benefit of obtaining a bachelor’s degree that should stand out to almost everyone is a higher education means higher employment rates, which also means higher income in most cases. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, “The more advanced degree and education you have, the greater chance you will have of being employed, and you will have developed a higher income than others with a lower education.” It is no surprise that the more education and degrees you obtain the easier it will be to get a job post graduation and make more money during your career, generally speaking of course. While earning a bachelors degree, if a managerial position is something you’re interested in as a possible career choice, taking classes that are specifically geared toward that line of work...
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