Business degrees offer a wide range of career opportunities, including in accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, public relations, administration, and other business sectors. Business degree programs will prepare job candidates to work in a variety of roles in the food and beverage manufacturing industry. Key skills for those pursuing a business degree career include communication, writing clearly, pitching ideas, thinking analytically, and problem solving.
Example job titles include:
• Business Development Manager
• Marketing Manager
• Financial Analyst
• Plant Manager
• Sales Representative
• Public Relations Officer
• Hiring Manager
Common duties include:
• Investigating sales and business development leads
• Developing marketing campaigns
• Analyzing company finances
• Consulting with top management
• Supervising day-to-day operations
• Reporting findings to management
• Presenting to co-workers
Typical employers include:
• Food and beverage manufacturing companies
• Raw material suppliers
• Financial service companies
• Logistics companies
• Other private companies
Training and Qualifications
A job in the business field will require an associate or bachelor’s degree in any business subject, such as finance, accounting, economics, marketing, human resources, or public relations.
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Food processing careers encompass a variety of job opportunities beyond plant management, quality control, food science and sales. So, whether you have a degree in accounting, human resources or are looking to spread your wings in a career in maintenance, marketing or environmental health and safety, the food manufacturing industry could be the next step in your career.