Management and Marketing Program: Career Facts - International Business Manager
International Business Manager
What is an international business manager?
International business managers plan, organize, delegate and control entire projects from start to finish for businesses and organizations with international connections. International business managers supply the encouragement, the coordination and the leadership to achieve company goals in differing cultural and governmental situations. Given the globalization of our economy, this job position holds much promise as a fast-growing management specialty area.
What types of skills are required?
Skills in leadership, creativity, communication, human relations, marketing, organizational development, accounting and economics are required. In addition, knowledge of languages, cultural diversity, governmental systems and logistics all factor into this position.
Where are they employed?
International business managers may work in administrative and managerial capacities for a variety of organizations and businesses with international connections both in this hemisphere and overseas.
What degree is available?
An associate degree in business program is offered in International Business.
What is the salary range?
Locally, the starting salary range is $17,000 to $24,000 per year. Internationally, these professionals can expect annual earnings starting at $20,000 and increasing to as much as $150,000+ with experience.
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