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2016-01-17 03:12:24 Post No. 1045780
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General business education thread.
I need advice from businessmen.
I will study an open degree at open university.
What is the best and most effective yet versatile module combination?
For my level one I wanted to pick essential mathematics 1 and 2, management practise and professional communication in business.
Level two I wanted to pick leadership classes, financial accounting and management accounting.
Level three I was thinking of managing 1, 2 and 3 and statistics&probability.
I'm thinking it would be most versatile yet effective for working in business. I know math, statistics, accounting and managing if I graduate. What would be a better pick? I'm also interested in economics and finance. And I study economics in my free time.
I wouldn't have any problems swapping out stuff for better alternatives that give me a higher chance of good positions.
Opem university experience is not required but would be nice to give more insight. Also I have been looking at jobs and their requirements to apply and for decent jobs it is always 5+ years experience, master in business blabla. Strong math background. Strong IT background.
Also what is one of the nicest jobs to have in business, nice salary, doing real work and having much possibility to grow to higher positions.
I am 18 and I need some reality check guidance on my future perspectives.
I do not live in the US, just assume I live in either Taiwan or Netherlands.
My , English MandarinandDutch are all fluent.
I have lots of capital as well in a few years since I am working a full time job now as personal assistant, so I could also go the entrepreneurship route. But let's say I want to climb to the top of the corporate ladder, what are your thoughts on doing this best?
I am straight so cocksucking to reach higher positions is not an option for me.