what should I major in ?
I know what career path I want, but I don't know what I should major in to help with it... I want to have a receptionist, office manager or secretary type job.. So what major should I decide on?
Asked By: plaidbunny3 - 9/27/2007
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There are office manager and secretary jobs that are very high level. When most people think of these they think of entry level positions but that is not always the case. At the highest level "assistant to the CEO" at a major company, these jobs can reach well over $50K and often lead to a VP slot... More
Answered By: CoachT - 9/27/2007
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Have you thought about going to a technical college/vocational tech school rather than a four-year college or university? Those schools have programs that will train you for the jobs you listed, and it won't take four years for the training like it would if you went to a college.
Answered By: DJ76 - 9/27/2007
Major in human resources. Here is some info... More
Answered By: jadejadeforeternity - 9/27/2007
You can major in pretty much anything and get one of the jobs you listed. Why? Because the skills you gain in almost any major will allow you to do those jobs well. Most employers looking for people to hire for such positions require a high school diploma, computer skills, and typing speed... More
Answered By: Purple - 9/27/2007
You might consider going to a good secretarial school, rather than to a four-year college for these things, since none of them require a college education. Another possibility is that you could probably do somewhat better financially if you specialized in some field and got a job as an assistant to someone with a... More
Answered By: neniaf - 9/27/2007
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