Wages for Business Degree jobs in the US

Posted by Abdullah Mahmood on 3:13 AM with 2 comments

Wages for Business Degree jobs in the US

In 2009, the U.S showed a tremendous pace with its employee turnover rate. This consisted of layoffs due reduction in profits, availability of credit to organizations and what every newspaper highlighted as the storm of economic recession. This in all was true, especially for organizations that consisted of a high variety of inefficient business degree jobs pertaining to sales, marketing, supply chain management, accounting and especially financial management.

Although the effects of the financial crisis threatened the wealth of nations there were still many fields and jobs that were still secure and more promising than ever. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States some of the highest paying jobs including Health Care, Education and IT were more attractive than ever. Some paying an average of $109,000 to medical staff while office clerks, accountants and managers which employed the major chunk of labor force received between $40,000 -$60,000 a year.

On the contrary, there are those who believe that at a time when sales and demand for consumption in the economy is low, fresh and energetic recruits for business degree jobs may really make a striking difference by commanding sales and marketing strategies which can really get organizations up and running live they were never before.