In the slideshow presented below, learn about many of the opportunities and challenges facing those interested in a career in a field of business.

The latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook are included.


9 Replies to “Careers in Business 2016: New Data and Trends”

  1. This U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook website is very useful for students to decide which career to pursue. It would help them realize which higher education would provide the greatest return, also help them understand their potential.

  2. Careers in Business 2016 is a great short presentation which answers many questions at one time to a person like me who is about to graduate and whose mind is full of different kinds of questions related to full time jobs and beginning of a professional career.

  3. This career in business 2016 is a great opportunity to have an idea of how well we will do after earning a bachelor or a master degree. It shows us the amount of money we will be making after graduating from college. And it also gives many advise on how to prepare resumes for job interviews.

  4. This is a great post that makes us think of not only how we feel as job lookers, but also how the people who higher us feel as well. We can fully prepare ourselves for an interview by thinking and answering questions that the particular job may ask, and research what they may be looking for and why you would be the perfect candidate for the job.

  5. It gives students a general idea about job trends and earning. Based on these data, management, finance, accounting, and computer science major will still be popular. However, in slides 11, why the median annual wage in 2014 of a Master’s degree is lower than a Bachelor’s degree? I feel like it will not give me a competitive advantage in my career if I received a Master’s degree.

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