Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
- Construction manager.
- Human resources officer.
- Logistics and distribution manager.
- Marketing executive.
- Retail manager.
- Sales executive.
- Systems analyst.
- UX analyst.
In this way, how much does the average business major make out of college?
Though salaries for engineers didn't increase as much as salaries for other specialties, engineering is still the top-earning degree, with an average 2013 starting salary of $63,000. That's up 4% from 2012. Computer science majors come in second. Business majors make the third-highest salaries at $54,000.
What is the average salary for a business management degree?
About 44 percent of business management majors were female, compared to 45 percent for all business majors. Median earnings in management for females was $50,000 per year, compared with the median annual income of $64,000 earned by males, a difference of $14,000.
What is the average salary of business management?
With an average salary of $122,090 per year in 2016, business operations managers are among the best-paid professionals on our list. Still, they make less than financial managers ($139,720) and marketing managers ($144,140). They do, however, earn more than accountants ($76,730) and management analysts ($91,910).