Business professionals generally work in clean, comfortable, well-lit office spaces. Travel or relocation can be part of the job. However, improved technology continues to increase telecommuting from home offices, which along with teleconferencing, has reduced travel requirements.
According to CAREERwise Education, Minnesota's career, education and job resource, employment for business administrators is expected to grow 3 percent in Minnesota by the year 2020. CAREERwise: "There will be a need for about 6,610 new General and Operations Managers to meet market demand between 2010-2020. This includes the demand due to replacement (workers leaving the occupation or retiring) as well as growth."
Graduates secure employment in positions such as Chief Operating Officer (COO), Facilities Manager, Plant Manager, General Manager (GM), Plant Superintendent, Store Manager, Vice President of Operations, Warehouse Manager, Director of Operations and Operations Manager among many others.
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