Whether your student is male or female, old-school or cutting edge, sensible or sentimental, there's a perfect idea on this list for every budget. You can rest assured that these gifts for business school students will get their nod of approval.
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Beyond the industry opportunities, why wouldn't you strive to become the most impressive business pro you can be? That way when you're called up to the plate, you'll be ready to swing for the fences.
Many successful entrepreneurs never completed a college degree, and although you might have what it takes to hang with that crowd, imagine how much more success you could encounter with all the necessary knowledge and skills under your belt from the get-go.
The success stories of these six influential female business leaders might hold the push you need to become one of the next great women in business.
Entry-level business management jobs will help you find the best point from which to launch your career. Read more about where the jobs are and what kinds of opportunities exist to get started.
By learning about the different jobs you can do with a finance degree you can begin to better visualize yourself in the career you've always wanted.
Developing a career in an area that has a large number of employment opportunities is always a smart idea.
While starting your career from the bottom up doesn't sound very appealing, the fact is, that's typically how it's done. Learn how you can do it too.
If you are considering making a mid-life career change, then you know you will need to look at the career opportunities and salaries differently than you did when you first graduated from high school.
On Thursday, October 11th, Rasmussen College hosted a professional networking and development event featuring Josh Braaten, Rasmussen College Senior Online Marketing Manager. The event focused on supporting businesses in the Bloomington, Minn. area by providing business-to-business introductions and a highlight of online marketing techniques.
Throughout my 25 year career as a business professional, I have seen business world communications evolve from letters on beautiful business stationary and personal handwritten note cards, to personal assistants answering your business phone and transferring the call or taking personal messages. Now, we have become much more relaxed in our communication in the business world.
Most businesses know how to create word of mouth in the traditional sense. When you provide a superior product or service, people talk about it. Call it water-cooler conversation or chatting over coffee; traditional word of mouth spreads by people who trust each other talking about products, services or companies.