Your Guide to Business Jobs

  Explore Careers   Accounting   Consulting   Entrepreneurship   Finance   Human Resources   Management   Marketing   Non-Profit   Operations Management   Strategic Planning is designed to help you find satisfying jobs in

  Explore Careers
   Human Resources
   Operations Management
   Strategic Planning is designed to help you find satisfying jobs in the business world. Whether you’re
angling for a fast track investment banking job
or a fulfilling non-profit career, you’ll find what
you’re looking for here. brings you the latest scoop
on various business career areas including jobs, salaries, what people are
saying and entry requirements. Take your time to read through the material
here and think over what career is best for you. Best of luck in your search!

Career Areas to Explore

Top Recruiters

Resources for Exploration and Job Search

Salary Comparison

Recommended Books on Jobs in Business


Consulting Jobs

Finance Jobs

Marketing Jobs

Non-Profit Jobs


Web Resources

Thanks to the many contributions and suggestions from those who have been visiting this site since it
was started in 1997! Over 10 million have visited since then and new ideas and thoughts are popping up all the time.

Career Defined

“A career is a sequence of jobs, each providing skills and experience needed for the next. In effect, an employer uses part of the
extra revenue a worker generates to train him and pay the rest in wages. As the worker accumulates human capital his pay rises…

A worker invests in his career in light of conditions he expects in the future. He tries to gain valuable skills and knowledge
at each stage of his career, but things are bound to turn out better than he expects in some ways and worse in others. Overall,
if it turns out that he has made good choices, he advances quickly; otherwise, he advances slowly or loses his job.

…Most job changes are promotions, and occur within a single firm. Even those that involve moving to a new employer usually represent
progress along a career path…”

Exploring General Equilibrium by
Fischer Black.

Source Article