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The Benefits of Earning a Business Office Administration Diploma

The Benefits of Earning a Business Office Administration Diploma - UEI College

If you are ready to jump into a new career but aren’t sure where to start, then consider pursuing a diploma in business office administration. What’s nice about earning a secondary diploma in business office administration is the versatility it provides in job opportunities. For instance, in UEI’s business office administration program, students learn computer software programs such as Microsoft Office and QuickBooks as well as take courses in marketing, human resources, and accounting. In turn, knowing these skills can allow a graduate to get an entry-level position in a multitude of different industries. Here are some of the main benefits of working in business office administration:

A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DIPLOMA OPENS A LOT OF DOORS

Having an educational foundation in business office administration can help open the door to careers in finance, retail, teaching, sales, manufacturing, public relations, publishing, finance, and healthcare. Actually, office administrators are needed pretty much everywhere and people who have the right mix of interpersonal and technical skills can excel in this type of position.

Knowing the basics of business helps in all types of careers whether you own your own business, work in a managerial role, or are a freelancer.

O*NET REPORTS A BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR CERTAIN BUSINESS OFFICE ADMINISTRATION POSITIONS

Since a skill set in business office administration is so viable, there is expected to be a high demand in certain business office administration jobs in coming years. According to O*NET OnLine, there is forecasted to be many job openings for general office clerks, receptionists, and administrative support supervisors that pay competitive starting salaries.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that many administrative assistants work in hospitals, schools, government, and legal offices and that there is an average national availability for jobs such as being a financial clerk.

IT OFFERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET NOTICED AND PROMOTED

Along with having a skill set that’s useful in a business office administration role, students who earn a secondary diploma in business office administration learn basic management skills so that when a higher position becomes available, your education could give you that edge over other candidates. Down the line if you realize that maybe you want to become a freelancer or run your own business, knowing a bit about marketing, accounting, finance, and what you learned in the business office administration program can help you in your own entrepreneurial venture.

UEI COLLEGE IS YOUR PLACE TO GET CERTIFIED IN BUSINESS OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 

Earning a business office administration diploma allows one to pursue a few different types of careers. UEI’s program teaches students critical skills in business to gain an entry-level position as an administrative assistant, word processor, office manager, or related position. Want to learn more about how UEI can help you reach your goals? Click here to learn more about our Business Office Administration program

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