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Jobs In Management

Most fields seek professional managers who can plan for the future; organize people; lead and motivate staff; recruit employees; and control projects.

Here are some jobs that Managers might have:

Sales Manager
Account Manager
Business Consultant
Business Owner
Claims Adjuster
Recruiter
Contract Administrator
Convention Coordinator
Corporate Trainer
Development Officer
Entrepreneur
Events Planner
Facilities Manager
Fundraiser
Health Care Administrator
Human Resource Administrator
Job Analyst<
Operations Manager
Payroll Specialist
Production Supervisor
Public Administrator
Sports Agent
Stadium Manager
Store Manager
Training/Development Director
Project Manager
Human Resources Generalist or Specialist
Management Consultant/Analyst
Operations or Logistics Manager
Distribution Manager
Labor Relations Specialist

Who employs Managers? Companies such as Banks / Financial Institutions, Chambers of Commerce, Colleges/Universities, Consumer Product Companies, Convention Centers, Corporations, Federal/State/Local Government Agencies, Firms Marketing Consumer Goods, Insurance Agencies, Healthcare Facilities, Hospitals, Manufacturing Companies, Non-Profit Agencies, Pharmaceutical Companies, Political Organizations, Professional Associations, Public Relations Firms, Retail Stores, Third Party Recruiting Firms, Transportation Firms and Sports Teams all hire managers.

Management is a dynamic profession.  Not only do managers interact with employees and customers, they also monitor and evaluate the economic, social, political and technological influence of the greater environment in which the organization operates.  Managers generally perform the same functions in an organization although each managerial position is somewhat unique.  Primary functions include: establishing organizational goals and developing long and short range strategies to accomplish these goals; using managerial tools to forecast future developments in the economy, the industry and the organization; and providing direction and coordination of the organizational workforce.  Managers acquire and combine human, financial, physical, and informational resources to produce a product or service desired by some segment of society.  A manager takes charge of this process and is responsible for its success.  Students in management study functions of management, human behavior, motivation, and related subjects such as human resource management and management of technology. 

For detailed information about the types of jobs, job opportunities and demand, salaries, and working conditions, go to:

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Possible jobs for Management Majors