Business + Management

The Business + Management Career Community is for students interested in fields within Business or Economics and with majors in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing.

This Career Community helps you connect your major to an industry, attend industry events and access targeted internships and job postings, allowing our employer partners to easily recruit students who have the skills their company is seeking.

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Accounting Assistant: Typically responsible for basic bookkeeping tasks, data entry, and assisting with financial recordkeeping.

Accounts Payable Clerk: Focuses on processing and managing outgoing payments to vendors and suppliers.

Accounts Receivable Clerk: Concentrates on managing incoming payments from customers and clients.

Bookkeeper: Responsible for maintaining financial records, reconciling accounts, and preparing financial statements.

Financial Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in analyzing financial data, preparing reports, and providing recommendations for financial decisions.

Audit Assistant: Supports auditors in reviewing and verifying financial statements, records, and internal controls.

Tax Associate: Helps with tax return preparation, compliance, and research for individuals or businesses.

Payroll Clerk: Manages payroll processing, ensuring employees are paid accurately and on time.

Billing Coordinator: Handles invoicing clients, tracking payments, and resolving billing inquiries.

Junior Accountant: Takes on various accounting tasks, such as reconciliations, journal entries, and financial analysis.

Data Entry Clerk (Finance): Specializes in entering financial data into accounting systems accurately.

Financial Administrator: Assists in financial planning and budgeting activities, as well as general financial support.

Cost Accountant (Entry Level): Focuses on analyzing costs related to production and operations.

Finance Assistant: Provides administrative support to finance and accounting departments.

Credit Analyst (Entry Level): Evaluates credit applications, conducts credit checks, and assesses creditworthiness of clients or customers.

Revenue Analyst: Analyzes revenue streams, identifies trends, and assists in revenue optimization strategies.

Treasury Analyst (Entry Level): Supports treasury operations, including cash management and liquidity forecasting.

Financial Services Representative: Works with clients or customers on financial transactions, inquiries, and account management.

Financial Compliance Assistant: Assists in ensuring the organization complies with financial regulations and policies.

Accounting Technician: Performs technical accounting tasks and supports senior accountants or auditors.

Economic Research Assistant: Assists economists in gathering and analyzing data, conducting research, and preparing reports.

Data Analyst: Analyzes economic data sets, prepares data visualizations, and assists in drawing insights from economic information.

Market Research Analyst: Studies market trends, consumer behavior, and competitive intelligence to provide insights for businesses and organizations.

Policy Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in researching and analyzing policy issues, conducting cost-benefit analyses, and providing policy recommendations.

Financial Analyst (Entry Level): Evaluates financial data, prepares reports, and assists in financial decision-making for organizations.

Statistical Analyst: Focuses on statistical analysis and modeling to support economic research and decision-making.

Investment Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in evaluating investment opportunities, conducting financial modeling, and analyzing market trends.

Business Analyst (Entry Level): Analyzes business processes, identifies areas for improvement, and provides recommendations for increased efficiency.

Credit Analyst (Entry Level): Evaluates creditworthiness of individuals or businesses and makes recommendations for lending decisions.

Junior Economist: Supports senior economists in conducting economic research, forecasting, and policy analysis.

Financial Planner Assistant: Aids financial planners in creating financial plans, managing portfolios, and conducting research.

Policy Research Assistant: Assists in researching and analyzing policy issues and their economic implications.

Data Entry Analyst (Economics): Focuses on entering economic data accurately into databases and spreadsheets.

Market Analyst (Entry Level): Analyzes market trends, consumer preferences, and competitive landscapes.

Business Intelligence Analyst (Entry Level): Utilizes data to provide insights and support strategic decision-making within organizations.

Risk Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in identifying and managing financial risks, such as market risk and credit risk.

Government Affairs Analyst (Entry Level): Supports government affairs teams in monitoring legislative and regulatory developments and their economic impact.

Policy Coordinator (Entry Level): Provides administrative and research support for policy development and implementation.

Sustainability Analyst (Entry Level): Analyzes environmental and economic sustainability issues for businesses and organizations.

Trade Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in analyzing international trade data, trade policies, and their economic effects.

Compliance Analyst (Entry Level): Ensures that organizations adhere to financial regulations and policies, conducting compliance audits and reporting.

Economic Development Coordinator: Supports economic development initiatives at the local, regional, or national level.

Fund Accountant: A fund accountant is a financial professional who is responsible for managing and maintaining the accounting records of investment funds, such as mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and other types of pooled investment vehicles.

Financial Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in analyzing financial data, preparing reports, and providing recommendations for financial decisions.

Financial Planner Assistant: Supports financial planners in creating financial plans, managing client portfolios, and conducting research.

Investment Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in researching and analyzing investment opportunities, market trends, and portfolio performance.

Risk Analyst (Entry Level): Evaluates and manages financial risks within an organization, including market, credit, and operational risks.

Credit Analyst (Entry Level): Evaluates credit applications, conducts credit checks, and assesses creditworthiness of clients or customers.

Financial Services Representative: Works with clients or customers on financial transactions, inquiries, and account management, often in banks or financial institutions.

Trading Assistant: Supports traders in executing trades, managing orders, and monitoring market activities.

Investment Banking Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals, financial modeling, and client presentations.

Asset Management Analyst (Entry Level): Aids in managing investment portfolios, conducting research on asset classes, and assessing performance.

Commercial Banking Analyst (Entry Level): Supports commercial bankers in managing business clients, assessing credit risk, and offering financial solutions.

Financial Reporting Analyst (Entry Level): Helps in preparing financial statements, regulatory filings, and compliance reports.

Quantitative Analyst (Quant): Assists in developing mathematical models and algorithms for financial analysis and risk management.

Financial Operations Specialist: Manages financial transactions, reconciles accounts, and ensures accuracy in financial records.

Financial Compliance Assistant: Assists in ensuring the organization complies with financial regulations and policies.

Treasury Analyst (Entry Level): Supports treasury operations, including cash management and liquidity forecasting.

Financial Data Analyst: Focuses on analyzing and interpreting financial data to help inform decision-making.

Underwriter Assistant (Entry Level): Aids in underwriting insurance policies, evaluating risk, and determining policy terms.

Finance Coordinator: Provides administrative support to finance departments, including data entry and document management.

Financial Administrator: Assists in financial planning and budgeting activities, as well as general financial support.

Billing Analyst: Handles billing processes, invoice generation, and resolves billing inquiries.

Management Trainee: Typically part of a structured program that provides exposure to various aspects of management, such as operations, finance, and human resources.

Assistant Manager: Assists senior managers with daily operations, staff supervision, and decision-making.

Supervisor (Entry Level): Supervises a team of employees, ensuring they meet performance goals and follow company policies.

Team Leader (Entry Level): Leads a small group of employees or a team, often in a specific department or project.

Project Coordinator (Entry Level): Assists in planning, organizing, and coordinating projects under the guidance of a project manager.

Operations Assistant: Supports operations managers in optimizing processes and ensuring efficient day-to-day operations.

Administrative Manager: Manages administrative tasks, staff, and resources to ensure smooth office operations.

Customer Service Supervisor (Entry Level): Leads a customer service team, ensuring high-quality service and problem resolution.

Inventory Control Coordinator: Assists in managing inventory levels, tracking stock, and optimizing supply chain processes.

Quality Assurance Associate (Entry Level): Helps maintain product or service quality standards and may conduct quality inspections.

Retail Manager Trainee: Part of a retail management development program, learning about store operations, merchandising, and customer service.

Assistant Store Manager: Assists the store manager in overseeing retail store operations, staff, and customer service.

Logistics Coordinator (Entry Level): Coordinates the movement of goods, transportation, and warehousing activities.

Facilities Coordinator (Entry Level): Manages facilities maintenance, office space, and related services.

Supply Chain Analyst (Entry Level): Analyzes supply chain data and assists in optimizing supply chain processes.

Marketing Coordinator (Entry Level): Supports marketing campaigns, promotions, and market research initiatives.

Sales Coordinator (Entry Level): Assists the sales team with order processing, customer inquiries, and sales support.

Human Resources Coordinator (Entry Level): Provides support in HR functions such as recruiting, onboarding, and employee relations.

Event Coordinator (Entry Level): Helps plan and execute events, conferences, and meetings.

Data Analyst (Entry Level): Analyzes data to provide insights and recommendations for management decision-making.

Training Coordinator (Entry Level): Assists in organizing and conducting employee training programs.

Healthcare Administrator (Entry Level): Supports healthcare facility operations, including patient scheduling, billing, and administrative tasks.

Financial Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in financial analysis, budgeting, and forecasting.

Market Research Assistant: Supports market research efforts by collecting and analyzing data on consumer trends and market conditions.

Office Manager (Entry Level): Manages office operations, administrative staff, and office resources.

Marketing Assistant: Provides support to marketing teams in various tasks such as market research, content creation, and administrative duties.

Marketing Coordinator (Entry Level): Assists in planning and executing marketing campaigns, events, and promotions.

Marketing Intern: An internship position that offers exposure to various marketing functions, including social media, content creation, and data analysis.

Social Media Coordinator (Entry Level): Manages social media accounts, creates content, and engages with followers to build brand presence.

Content Marketing Assistant: Helps create and distribute content, such as blog posts, articles, and videos, to attract and engage audiences.

Email Marketing Specialist (Entry Level): Assists in designing and sending email marketing campaigns and analyzing their effectiveness.

Digital Marketing Assistant: Supports digital marketing efforts, including SEO, SEM, and online advertising campaigns.

Marketing Research Analyst (Entry Level): Conducts market research, gathers data, and assists in analyzing consumer trends and competitive landscapes.

Marketing Analyst (Entry Level): Assists in data analysis to provide insights for marketing strategies and campaign optimization.

Graphic Design Assistant: Works on graphic design projects for marketing materials, including brochures, banners, and advertisements.

Public Relations Assistant (Entry Level): Supports PR efforts by drafting press releases, managing media contacts, and tracking coverage.

Brand Ambassador: Represents a brand at events, trade shows, or on social media to increase brand awareness.

Advertising Coordinator (Entry Level): Aids in planning and executing advertising campaigns across various media channels.

Market Development Representative (MDR): Identifies and qualifies sales leads through outreach and engagement with potential customers.

Event Coordinator (Entry Level): Helps plan, organize, and execute marketing events, conferences, and trade shows.

Community Manager (Entry Level): Manages online communities, forums, and social media groups to foster engagement and brand loyalty.

Marketing Operations Specialist (Entry Level): Supports marketing operations by managing marketing technology platforms and data.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Assistant: Assists in optimizing website content for search engines to improve organic search rankings.

Content Creator (Entry Level): Focuses on creating written or visual content for digital platforms and social media channels.

Product Marketing Assistant: Supports product marketing efforts, including market research, competitive analysis, and product launches.

Marketing Coordinator (Entry Level): Assists in identifying and collaborating with influencers to promote products or services.

Copywriter (Entry Level): Writes and edits marketing copy for advertisements, websites, and promotional materials.

Market Planner (Entry Level): Helps develop marketing plans and strategies based on research and analysis.

Marketing Automation Specialist (Entry Level): Assists in managing marketing automation tools and email marketing campaigns.

Market Data Analyst (Entry Level): Focuses on analyzing marketing data and customer behavior to inform marketing decisions.

Sports Agent: A legal representative for professional sports figures such as athletes and coaches who negotiated contracts on their behalf.

Marketing Manager: Planning and executing marketing campaigns for sports teams, athletes, or events.

Athletic Director: An administrator at many clubs or institutions, such as colleges and universities, as well as in larger high schools and middle schools, who oversees the work of coaches and related staff involved in athletic programs.

Event Coordinator: Planning and organizing sporting events, tournaments, and competitions.

Facility Manager: Managing the operations and maintenance of sports facilities, such as stadiums and arenas.

Sports Analyst: A person looking through technical, tactical and psychological performance metrics working with the sports coach and sports science team to improve athlete performance.

Team Manager: Managing the day-to-day operations of a sports team and athletic program.

Scout: Seek out top athletic candidates by identifying and evaluating talent for sports teams or organization.

Compliance Officer: Ensuring the sports organizations comply with rules and regulations, as well as making sure athletes are maintaining proper behavior on and off the field.

Equipment Manager: Issues, delivers, and retrieves equipment and protective clothing for various sports to individuals, teams, faculty, and coaches.

Broadcast Producer: Producing and directing sports broadcasts for television or online platforms.

Licensing Coordinator: Managing licensing agreements for sports merchandise and branding.


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