I plan on getting a Medical and Health Services Manager Bachelor's degree completed in 4 1/2 years. Some of the courses include Financial Management of Healthcare Organizations, Healthcare Planning and Policy Management, and Advanced Healthcare Law and Ethics. The jobs are in this field. I'll get 40k less in healthcare manager than in Network administration BS engineer annually. It is easier to pass certification in health, sponsored hospitals supply internships. The information technology sector isn't hiring right now, and this scope of layoff wouldn't happen in the healthcare field. Medical and Health Services Manager is not as aggressive as the Administrative Services Manager or Sales Managers Bachelors. Sales managers end up in a mall.
The Pentagon was hacked into and a trillion dollars lost this month via Russia or China. I am not ready for that kind of rigorous certification studying and commitment to security, and hustling. I just know it is their bias towards Windows XP/7. The Pentagon and companies with Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Scientific Linux are secured.
Marketing Managers $78,340 | $110,030 | $149,390 | 12%
Administrative Services Manager $53,820 | $75,520 | $100,560 | 12%
Sales Managers $65,210 | $96,790 | $141,430 | 15%
Medical and Health Services Manager $63,700 | $81,850 | $105,980 | 16%
^ U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Department of Labor
College starts next semester.