Pursuing a business administration diploma is such a wise investment because it opens the door to an incredibly broad range of career options.
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What's your ideal business career? What positions do you plan to pursue after completing your business diploma?
Retail management is more challenging than most people realize. Running a store means overseeing everything from customer service and employee performance, to inventory management, marketing, and hitting sales targets.
Retail is a huge sector of the economy and a top employer. Some business students already have experience working as a sales associate (at say, a grocery or clothing store), but not many have held assistant manager or manager positions.
Prospective employers want to learn a number of things about you during a business admin job interview.
They'll be considering your personality and how you'd fit with the team, your technical skills, experience in similar roles, trustworthiness, and of course, the "soft" skills that are so important in business admin—communication, organization, problem-solving, etc.
How will they get to the heart of your qualifications and overall suitability for the job? By asking questions. A lot of questions!
If you're pursuing a business diploma (or considering it), you're probably thinking ahead to what type of business role you'll strive for after graduation.
Perhaps you dream of starting your own business, managing an office, or specializing in marketing. Or...perhaps you're considering the world of sales.
Sales tends to gets a bad rap. Too often, sales is associated with greed, dishonesty, and cutthroat competition.
But success in sales isn't really about any of these things. In fact, it can be a deeply rewarding, satisfying career path. That is, if you start out with the right "raw material."