I am in a position where I am working for a Fortune 500 company in a large city as a business major. It is the hardest job I could imagine. I absolutely love the money and the challenges of being a business major.
But if you ask me, it’s the hardest business major job I’ve ever had. You must be absolutely passionate about what you do (at least one of those two). You must be extremely passionate about your work, but also extremely passionate about your life outside of work. You must be a little bit crazy for the job.
My company’s main competitor is an HRM department. They have a very structured and formalized process, and they are very good at it. The hardest part of the job is not that you are on the job, but that you are not. The hardest part about being a business major is that you have no idea what you are doing, no real idea of what you want to do, no idea what you want to bring to the company, and no idea how to do it.
Like a lot of people, I was majoring in business school for four years, but then I left because I just couldn’t deal with the business part of it. I think I was a bit naive about it. My advisor, who was also a major, told me that I needed to study finance because that would make me more marketable and able to find customers. I never really understood why that was so important, but it is.
I didn’t really understand why I was being asked to do something that I didn’t really want to do. My advisor told me that I needed to learn to be more marketable.
I think it’s because the biggest mistake most business majors make is that they try to take themselves too seriously. Their major is basically a waste of time, but they try to fit it in and become an important part of the company. Most business majors are just trying to make their own business bigger.
I know what you’re saying and I’ve got another one of my own; the guy who majored in business majoring in business and majored in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business minor and majored in business minor (and you get the idea). He’s the guy who majored in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business minor and majored in business minor.
Sure, most business majors have majored in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business majoring in business minor. But that doesn’t mean I’m not going to tell you a little something to help you.
Hes always been very serious about his work, and in a time of recession, hes having to work harder than ever in order to keep his businesses afloat. He has to get a lot of people to sign a contract so that he can keep the lights on, and he has to figure out how to make more money.
This is great, because its the kind of conversation that makes you think, what a great job he did with his first job. Im sure he has an incredible amount of enthusiasm, and for the most part people want to be around him. But sometimes you can’t help but get a little bit jealous. Its like he’s a bit of a hero.