The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that administrative services managers (also known as office managers) could expect an 8 percent growth in jobs from 2014-2024, which was about average. General and operations management positions were predicted to increase 7 percent during the same time. Financial analyst positions were expected to rise 12 percent from 2014-2024, which is faster than the national average.
The BLS stated that administrative services managers earned a mean annual salary of $98,930. The bottom 10 percent of these professionals took in $49,270 or less per year during the same time, while the top 10 percent of workers made $159,330 or more. General and operations managers made an average yearly salary of $122,090, while financial analysts earned a mean annual wage of $97,640.
Students who major in a business management study a wide range of business and leadership-related topics, and they may have the chance to study abroad while earning their degree. Ultimately, their salary will depend on the career they choose after graduation.