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Business Management and Administration

The Business, Management, and Administration Career Cluster prepares students for careers in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.  Business Management and Administration career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy. These careers align with all Connecticut's Industry Clusters or Industry Sectors. 

 

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American College of Healthcare Executives – Careers 

Check out this web site if you would be interested in learning about managing the growing field that leads to management jobs for clinics, consulting firms, health insurance organizations, healthcare associations, hospitals, nursing homes, physician practices, mental health organizations, public health departments, rehabilitation centers, and skilled nursing facilities.

 

An Interview with Ralph Q. Summerford, CFE, CPA, ABV, CIRA” 

Read this to learn about how to be a part of the anti-fraud field.

 

Business Administration Core Standards
Four-page document featuring core standards for careers in business administration, finance, and marketing.

 

Career Path: Consulting (MBA)  

A 9-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to a consulting career, and developing a career search strategy and sample commonly-asked interview questions.

 

Career Path: Entrepreneurship

Development for some initial steps to a career as an entrepreneur, starting with self-assessment and how to develop a career search strategy.

 

Career Path: General Management   

A 6-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to a career in general management, with tips for investigating career opportunities, and advantages and disadvantages of general management programs.

 

Career Path: Human Resources/Change Management 

A 9-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to developing a career in the non-profit sector, from investigating career opportunities to sample commonly-asked questions.

 

Career Path: Non-Profit Management 

A 8-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to developing a career in the non-profit sector, from investigating career opportunities, to developing a career search strategy, to researching employers.

 

Career Path: Operations Management

A 7-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to a career in operations management, from developing a career search strategy, to researching employers, to sample commonly-asked interview questions.

 

Career Path: Real Estate  
A 10-page guide from the University Michigan’s Ross School of Business Office of Career Development for steps to a career in real estate, with tips for investigating career options.

 

CareerOneStop – Career Videos for Business and Administration

Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration, CareerOneStop provides a wealth of information and videos for careers and workforce skills. View over two dozen career videos in this cluster.

CareerOneStop – Explore Careers: Salary Finder {NEW!}
Browse comparative wage/salary information available by occupation. Salary information comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Program, a semi-annual survey that provides wage and employment statistics for the nation, each state, and sub-state regions. Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration.

 

CAREERwise Education: Business, Management and Administration {NEW!}

This web page has 100+ career paths within this cluster. Click here to learn more information on this cluster.

 


Customer Service Manager Salary 

Pay Scale, Inc., presents the average job description, common career paths, and average salary ranges for people interested in becoming customer service managers.

 

Customer Service Representatives
Check out the latest information on "Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2014" by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.  See “Industry Profile” mid-way down the page for a sample of the varying pay scales and different responsibilities for customer service representatives across industries.  

 

Forensic Interviews: Plan to Succeed  

Charles L. McGimsey, CPA/CFF, and Dan Whelan, CPA, share tips on the investigative side of accounting. August 1, 2015.


How Can Entrepreneurs Control Costs?
Courtesy of EcEdWeb Economics Lessons, students learn that at certain times all entrepreneurs can have different types of costs.  By identifying and controlling their costs, entrepreneurs are better able to earn a profit and be successful.

 

How Three Unlikely Sleuths Exposed Fraud at WorldCom

Article by Wall Street Journal staff reporters Susan Pulliam and Deborah Solomon, October 30, 2002.

 

How to Move Up the Retail Management Career Ladder 

Read this interesting article on the retail industry and be sure to press on the green buttons in the middle of the page for “Strong Interview Questions” “20 Interview Questions” “Interview Ques. & Answ.” And “Job Interview Tips”.

 

Interview: Arthur Levitt by PBS 

Former Chairman of the SEC (from 1993 to 2000), Mr. Levitt discusses the Enron scandal and the collapse of financial markets.

 

Junior Achievement
JA Worldwide Student Center provides helpful information to students wanting to know more about money management and entering business.

 

O*NET OnLine – Business, Management & Administration
This database lists some of the occupations associated with the business, management and administration cluster, providing summary information for each occupation regarding qualifications and education requirements, skills, abilities, job zones, common tasks and work activities, work values, work styles, interests, and related occupations.

 

Q&A with Elaine Chao: The Future of Work

This is a summary of an interview president and CEO of the United Way of America Elaine Chao, conducted and edited by Lisa Guyott November 15, 2010. Click here for Elaine Chao biography and click here for Minute Mentoring interviews Elaine Chao.


"Smithsonian Museum of American History Interview
with Cincom CEO Thomas Nies

Read this interview and learn from American business management about the challenges of ever-changing market conditions and technology. This article shares an executive’s view on the value of a broad education, on choosing a career, working for a multinational firm (IBM) and then spinning off one’s own entrepreneurial business and creating a new industry in the process.

 

There is No Career Ladder 

Read this Harvard Business Review article on moving around to gain management experience over the life of your career path.

 

U.S. Department of Labor – Administrative and Support Services 

See official Occupational Labor Statistics estimates of national wages (May 2014) for all occupations within the administrative and support services NAICS 561000 code, compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor (US DOL) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

 

U.S. Department of Labor – Industries at a Glance

Look for up-to-date statistics on jobs and industries around the United States, compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor (US DOL) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

 

 




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