hi i wanna know what kinda job you will get when you study business administration in college.i also wanna know some of  best business college in new york city.please help me out.

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A degree in business administration is a very broad field of study which exposes you to many areas within the operation of a business. It would probably requires classes in finance, human resources, business planning, law, accounting, and more. Employers are always looking for the most qualified candidates, and having this degree certainly is a step in the right direction to be hired.

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If you are planning to start your own business, a business degree would be helpful.  In addition, if you are planning to work in a business-related field, it might be the minimum required degree.  A BS degree is usually not enough though.  Most jobs require an MBA.  However, you should decide what job you want first, and then find out what type of degree is required.

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I can't endorse any business schools in New York City, but I can say that business administration degrees are attractive to people seeking entry level workers in most firms, from large scale banking to small businesses. For many such positions, they are a minimum requirement.  

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There are, of course, no guarantees that you'll get a job no matter what you study.  But studying business administration makes you more qualified to get a job as a manager of any organization (business, non-profit, government agency).  It helps you learn the organizational and managerial skills you need for such jobs.

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