America's Top 300 Jobs: A Complete Career Handbook (2002) by Inc. JIST Works

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In addition, a master’s degree in business administration or related field enhances a first-level manager’s opportunities to advance to a mid-level management position, such as director of administrative services, and eventually to a top-level management position, such as executive vice president for administrative services. Those with the required capital and experience can establish their own management consulting firm. Advancement of facility managers is based on the practices and size of individual companies.

Employment Administrative services managers held about 362,000 jobs in 2000. About half worked in service industries, including engineering and management, business, educational, social, and health services. The remaining workers were widely dispersed throughout the economy. Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement Educational requirements for these managers vary widely, depending on the size and complexity of the organization. In small organizations, experience may be the only requirement needed to enter a position as office manager.

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