Top 10 most common Business Degrees (Ranking Business Majors)


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Top 10 Business Majors (Best Business Degrees)

This video is going to be all about common business degrees and business majors that you can pursue and which ones I think are the best

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When it comes to business degrees a lot of your success is going to be outside of the degree that you choose

Networking, skills, internships, work experience, the university or college that you attend, what industry you go into etc are important with all degrees, but they're especially important when it comes to business careers

So this video was really tough to make because there are so many external factors outside of just the numbers

Business is also changing quickly and degrees that were amazing 20 years ago might not be nearly as good now

But I spent a lot of time researching for this video and I found a few things that I think are really important

There are a few things that pop up over and over again that will definitely help you to make the best choice when it comes to choosing your college degree

Business degrees as a whole tend to be a little risky and are very boom or bust

You could end up working a boring office job or you could end up as the vice president of a fortune 500 company

Overall, the numbers show that business degrees tend to do pretty well though and they're generally a good choice

Some of them are better than others though, especially considering that we are moving into the age of automation

As always, this is just my opinion, so make sure to do your own research.

Enjoy!
~Shane

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Sources and further readings:
bls.gov(bureau of labor statistics)
nces.ed.gov(national center for educational statistics)
payscale(provides information on jobs and degrees)