Manager Jobs: Administrative support supervisors and managers make up a large percentage of management jobs. Lodging managers, property managers, construction and food service managers are also on this list.
Education: Educational requirements for these managers vary widely, depending on the size and complexity of the organization. In small organizations, experience may be the only requirement needed to enter a position as office manager.
Scope: Employment of administrative service managers is projected to grow at an average pace for all occupations through 2014. Like persons seeking other managerial positions, applicants will face keen competition because there will be more competent, experienced workers seeking jobs than there will be positions available. However, demand should be strong for facility managers because businesses increasingly are realizing the importance of maintaining, securing, and efficiently operating their facilities.
With the exception of slump in purchasing and industrial managers, manager jobs in just about every other sector are growing with the national average. For a leg up on the competition in manager jobs, you will need a degree. Construction managers with degrees have it made, as openings exceed qualified applicants. Property, financial, office, food service and lodging manager jobs aren't bad either.Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
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