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Some of the careers you can pursue in this field include office clerk and office assistant. With additional experience and education, the opportunities in this field expand to management level. Some of the education needed to advance in the field include public speaking, marketing, project management, and certifications.
Business Information Worker
As a Business Information Worker you would support the daily operations of an office environment. Planning, scheduling, organizing, using technology, and close attention to detail are important skills to have when entering the field.
Your daily duties may include…
Operating office equipment, such as laptops, desktops, scanners, copiers, phones, voicemail systems, and other office machines. People in this field maintain and update filing, inventory, mailing and small budgets. Candidates who can manage internal business affairs, have strong communication skills, and use Microsoft Office Suite (or other specified technology) are most sought after by employers.
Colleges offering this program
Learn more about this career: Business Information Worker