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A Business Degree is the Most Popular Online Degree
If online degrees had a popularity contest, there would be one clear winner.
That goes for both undergraduate and graduate level degrees.
The study was conducted by The Learning House, Inc. and Aslanian Market Research* and says that the average online student will study business.
Popularity is an interesting indicator, but another, perhaps more important, one might be: “What are the job prospects?”
Pretty good for business or management graduates, if government projections are correct.
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The United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that top executive jobs for business administration majors will grow 5% over the next several years. Management analyst positions will fare even better, with a staggering 22% increase during the same time period.
Of course, the best advice is always to study what you love and to choose a career that suits your personality.
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