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3 Ways a Business Diploma Will Contribute To Your Success

January 20, 2016

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According to the latest results from Statistics Canada, the most studied field in the country “was ‘business, management, marketing and related support services.’”

Why? Because a business diploma is one of the most sure-fire ways to achieve career success. Read on to learn how a business diploma benefits grads, and how you can tap into your full potential by pursuing training in this rewarding field.

A Business Diploma Opens Up Many Opportunities

From a career in accounting to marketing, operations, human resources and even general business administration, there’s no denying that a business diploma can open up many doors. With a diploma in accounting and payroll administration, for example, you could work for a large firm as an accounting clerk, work in-house for a company, or perhaps set your own hours through freelancing.

Other options in business also offer flexibility. For instance, with an office administration diploma, you could work for a large company that has many branches all over the country, or in a small office with an intimate team.

In addition, the leadership, critical thinking, and teamwork skills you develop at business school, combined with the communication skills and software programs you’ll learn in your courses, can act as the perfect foundation for starting your own business.

No matter what your aspirations, a business diploma can help you achieve your career goals.

Business Training Helps Unlock Promotions

A business diploma also offers another key advantage: it helps unlock management positions. There are a few reasons for this. First, a higher education demonstrates discipline, hard work, and determination. It also shows that you’re committed to your career.

Students just at the start of their careers can unlock promotions later on by pursuing a diploma in business. How? As it turns out, many of the skills students develop in their business courses are exactly what employers look for when they’re considering promoting an employee.

A recent article by Forbes states that communication skills like “conflict negotiation, diplomacy, and business communication” are all essential to moving up to management positions.

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The communication skills you build at business college will help you impress co-workers and employers.

That’s why courses like Communication Essentials and Business Communications, for example, are an important part of your business education as well as your future success.

Graduates of Business School Are In Demand

Of course, tons of opportunities and room for advancement aren’t worth very much if you are unable to get your foot in the door. That’s why business training leads to in-demand careers.

According to Canada’s Job Bank, payroll clerks are in demand across almost the entire country. Office administrators are also in demand, with Service Canada rating employment prospects as “fair” across the country.

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Grads with business training are an important asset to any company.

It’s also worth noting that a higher education is a proven way to help professionals avoid unemployment. In a long term study done by Statistics Canada, it was discovered that “In 2009, 82% of the population in Canada with a college or university credential was employed, compared with 55% of people with less than high school education.” This means that even during tough economic times, diploma holders are more likely to stay employed.

Do you want to upgrade your career with a business diploma?

Visit the NAHB and speak with one of our friendly advisors to discover if business training is the right fit for you. 

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