Why should you earn a Master’s in Information Systems? A master’s level education represents a high level of investment both in terms of time, finances, and mental bandwidth. In the case of the information systems industry, specialization and knowledge are key--and the field is defined by a level of complexity that leads to many of . . .
In 2021 and beyond, information is the new gold. Virtually any business in operation today runs on information--be it the financial information of daily operations, customer engagement information, or market logistics information. But the information itself is a neutral-value asset. It is the ability to glean valuable insight from information that confers its extreme value. . . .
Throughout the ebbs and flows of rapidly changing economies around the world there is one constant--that even amongst the greatest changes, there are fundamental rules that predict and even determine the outcomes of economic fluctuations. A strong foundation in economics can open many doors, leading to careers in business, finance, and even in academia--just to . . .
Few skills are as universal as communications. While some individuals will go on to careers primarily about communications, others will incorporate this necessary quality of a leader into another subject matter. For individuals looking to get ahead in fields like public relations, journalism, storytelling or more, a master’s degree may be necessary to stand out . . .
Engineering and industry go hand-in-hand. And industrial engineering is at the heart of applying applied scientific methodologies to improve industrial outcomes. In fact, industrial engineering is sort of like engineering, well, engineering. These engineers apply the applied scientific mindsets of engineering to complex processes, systems and organizations. What other engineers and managers build, you fine . . .
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the accounting job market is projected to grow 4% from 2019 through 2029. This rate of growth mirrors the national average of growth between all job markets in the US economy (also 4%). While this rate of growth might not be immediately alluring, one should note the vast . . .
Hospitality and tourism is a trillion dollar industry with hundreds of thousands of jobs created around the world annually. Expansion is particularly explosive in sectors of tourism and hospitality abroad. As tourism businesses expand into new exotic locations and countries, new hotels and resorts are developed, and the demand increases for experienced managers to oversee . . .
Hospitality management is the profession concerned with overseeing and managing hospitality businesses and tourism organizations. In 2017 the hospitality and tourism industry generated nearly 3% of the domestic gross product in the United States economy. The hospitality industry however, is notoriously dynamic and constantly evolves according to popular trends, world economics, and cultural influences. There . . .
If you are project-oriented then a career as a project manager may seem like a no-brainer. This is a growing field that is necessary for business success all across the world. It is a great resume-builder. Additionally, the profession offers a lot of variety as each project has a beginning and an end meaning that . . .