What kind of job can I get with business administration associate degree?
An Associate's degree in business can get you hired for many positions, including the following:
real estate salesperson
customer services representative
Bear in mind, however, that many office environments look for a four-year degree. In addition, these types of jobs also attract Bachelor's degree holders--so you'll be competing with them when you go for a job. And in most offices, a Bachelor's is required to make headway in a career.
An Associate's degree can be the starting point for a Bachelor's--many schools will accept Associate's credits and allow you to earn your Bachelor's in just two or possibly one additional year. Not every school accepts credits from every other; if you plan to go this route, it's best to choose a two-year school that has a long-standing partnership with a four-year school.
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