In today's world where jobs are hard to come by here is an article that gives you details about the jobs you can get with an MBA/management.

Jobs You Can Get With An MBA

At the onset, let’s tell you that the MBA here means Master for Business Administration and not Married But Available! The MBA degree we are talking about is granted to a candidate after two years of graduate-level university study that provides extensive training in the theoretical and the practical aspect of business management. A degree in MBA is a document which certifies that you are competent in all major functional management roles in almost all forms of non-military organisations. This post graduate degree is quite a career accelerator and helps you demand and command high salaries across all industries. With different MBA specializations like Marketing, Operations, International Business and Human Resources, all pointing towards specific roles and departments, people with this degree generally know well-in-advance about the kind of career opportunities that await them and based on that, a majority of them have their careers chalked out for themselves. But, this is not the case for all. Although, the discipline and time management skills that an MBA school ingrains in its students help them focus on their careers, not all such students are very sure of what to do with their degree. For people in doubt, here’s a list of some jobs that you can have after MBA.
Jobs With Business Management Degree
With most of the graduates choosing an MBA in marketing and sales, it is not surprising that this is the most popular and enticing option for the youngsters. The reason for that being;
  • The enormous number of career opportunities as no company can survive without a sales and marketing division!
  • The job involves travelling and interacting with the “who’s who” of the industry. With a dash of glamour and enormous growth opportunities, this remains, by far, the most lucrative and dynamic, hence hectic, department.
The following are some of the common positions available in an organisation for an MBA-Marketing & Sales graduate:
  • Public Relations Director
  • Customer Segmentations Specialists
  • Market Developers/Strategists
  • Product Manager
  • Marketing or Brand Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Marketing Communications Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Sales & Marketing Executive
Finance/ Banking
Overseeing and maintaining the financial strategy and accounting of a company are the concerns of the financial department of an organisation. An MBA in finance proves to the world his grasp over the following categories; Maths and Accounting, stocks and share markets, decision making, profit making strategies and knowledge of the various statistical tools and techniques etc. An MBA in finance will act as an effective tool to promote the professions discussed below;
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Credit Manager And Specialist
  • Corporate Controller
  • Treasurer
  • Financial Manager/Analyst
  • Portfolio Manager
  • Accounting Manager
  • Cash Manager
  • Investment Banker
  • Management Consultant
  • Investment Sales Associate And Traders
Human Resources/Personnel Management
MBA graduates in HR deal with management of the human resources of the organisation. Their jobs entail recruitment of new employees, training and development of existing employees, employee engagement and welfare initiatives as well as the quintessential management of compensations and benefits of all employees. The HR departments indulge in talent acquisition and management and look after the salaries and full and final settlements. Along with the recruiting services, HR departments also handle issues like workplace harassment and other such employee welfare activities to maximise productivity of the organisation as a whole. Some options open for an MBA-HR graduate are mentioned below:
  • Benefits Director
  • Human Resource Information Systems Manager
  • Compensation & Benefits Specialist
  • Job Analysts
  • Employee Relation Specialist
  • Recruitment And Hiring Specialists
  • Developing And Training Managers
  • HR Consultant
Operations Management
Operations management involves two broad categories — service operations and production management or manufacturing. Because of the high level of skill and well developed technical background required in this field, the individual will be better off with an Engineering Bachelor’s degree. The roles and responsibilities of an individual working in the operation department are to manage production lines to their utmost efficiency, to maintain seamless flow of products and services and ensure quality in all operations. A few profiles from this field are:
  • General Operations Manager
  • Director Of Supply Chain Management
  • Manufacturing Development And Operations Manager
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Service Operations In-charge
  • Systems Engineer
An MBA graduate, fresh out of college, has lots of fresh and exciting opportunities. A fresher starts from the bottom rung of the ladder and climbs up to the top — and with the knowledge and talent that an MBA provides, this climb is neither slow nor impossible!

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