Once you’ve earned your MBA, the world of opportunity is open and available! But there’s one catch: in order to start the career you’ve been dreaming of, you need to have experience.

It’s common for new MBA graduates who went straight into their MBA program after college to have less work experience than their older classmates. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a great job with a solid salary. You just need to know what kinds of jobs to search for.

If you’re ready to begin your job search but you’re worried about where to begin, you can get started right here. There are plenty of entry-level jobs available for MBA graduates with little or no work experience in their background – and the following are a few examples of the types of jobs you can start applying for.

Business Operations Manager

Average Salary: $99,310

Job Outlook: Over 9 percent growth

A business operations manager is much more than your average manager. This job’s duties include coordinating different departments within a company, organizing teamwork and project management to ensure goals are met, deciding how many staff are needed, and handling budgetary matters.

As a business operations manager, you’ll become the go-to person at your company. Other employees will rely on – and go to – you in order to get a final decision on budgeting, business operations, and company needs. Your role will be facilitating all of these moving parts in order to keep the business running smoothly.

And more and more business operations managers are in need. As businesses grow each year, they all need operations managers to help scale that growth and keep the company running effectively. Just about every company in every industry requires one of these managers, meaning there are plenty of opportunities.

Marketing Manager

Average Salary: $131,180

Job Outlook: Over 10 percent growth

Marketing is hugely important to absolutely any business or company. Every company requires an entire marketing team, if not separate department, in order to advertise your services or products and attract customers or clients. However, even if you didn’t specialize in marketing while earning your MBA, you can still find a job with little work experience on your CV or resume as a marketing manager.

Marketing managers are responsible for overseeing the marketing team or department as well as the business’s marketing strategy. As a marketing manager, you’ll be tasked with hiring marketing professionals, building the team, and creating the vision for every marketing campaign. You’ll spend much time and creativity coming up with new ways to attract people to your company, and you’ll also need to be a pro at managing a budget and strategic planning.

When it comes to job outlook for marketing managers, the demand is only growing. Marketing is a field that won’t disappear or diminish in the future, meaning you’ll have great job security. And with an MBA in your background, you’ll be perfectly equipped to lead others in marketing as you handle the more business-oriented aspect of this typically creative avenue.

Operations Analyst

Average Salary: $79,200

Job Outlook: 27 percent growth

The title “Operations Analyst” may sound vague, but there’s a reason for that. Operations analyst positions require individuals who are problem solvers, who can tackle high-level knowledge and information and get results, all of which is perfect for someone with the advanced education of an MBA.

Operations analysts use techniques like optimization, data mining, statistical analysis, and mathematical models to find and create new solutions for businesses. Their primary role is finding ways for businesses to operate more efficiently and for less money. From the healthcare field to logistics, companies and entire business models rely on these specialized analysts to manage their supply chains, distribution, and resources.

Roles for operations analysts are rapidly appearing on job boards and online hiring platforms – so much so that this field will grow by nearly 30 percent in the coming years. As more and more companies turn to data mining, statistical analysis, and tech-focused operations, the role of an operations analyst will only be more crucial in businesses of all kinds. You could work in this role in a vast variety of different industries, ensuring a level of job security and availability.

Management Analyst

Average Salary: $81,330

Job Outlook: 14 percent growth

If you love giving advice and helping others get right to the most effective way to make money, you’re already perfectly suited to the role of a management analyst. These professionals help companies determine where there’s waste and where there’s potential to make more money.

At the center of being a management analyst is analyzing. In this role, you’ll be responsible for improving companies’ efficiency. Essentially, you’ll be looking for ways a business can become more profitable, looking for waste, excess, and solutions that improve the bottom line for bigger income. These analysts dig into what, exactly, management teams at companies do each day, offering reports and recommendations filled with ways to become better at managing and overseeing the business.

Management analysts are always in demand, but their role is expected to become even more desirable as more businesses appear and industries change. Over the next decade, there will be an increased need for these analysts, and with an MBA education – whether or not you specialized in management – you’ll be fully prepared to handle the challenges of analyzing management, even with limited or no work experience.

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