To see an example of how earning a business degree can increase your earning potential
and lead to fulfilling, rewarding career, one only needs to look at reports published
by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which show that Florida careers that require
a degree in business often entail higher than average pay. For example, the Florida
State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for May 2008 show that the average
wage for workers in all occupations was $38,470 per year ($18.50 per hour); whereas
management occupations paid an average of $103,120 per year ($49.58 per hour) and
business and finance operations occupations paid an average of $58,820 per year
($28.28 per hour).
The first step in beginning a Florida business career is to find an accredited business
degree program that fits with your goals and learning style. Browse the comprehensive
list of schools offering online and campus-based business degree programs, listed
below, to find the Florida business degree program that is right for you.