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A Business Degree Can Lead You Anywhere

Have you ever thought about opening your own restaurant? Building a career in real estate ? Moving back to your home town and opening a small business? All of these careers have one thing in common--in order to make them succeed, you need a sharp mind and business acumen. You probably learned much from your time in the service, like people and time management skills. Learn the rest with a bachelor's degree in business!
Online Business Programs Perfect for Active Soldiers
Thanks to online education, you can begin work toward a degree in business no matter where you are stationed. Completing courses in accounting, finance, human resource management, marketing and management will help you choose a career path and get started! You can also choose from ethics, technology, communications, or international business degrees--including online degree programs.

Home Business: Launch a Career in Real Estate
Though the housing market has been fluctuating these past few years, something my Dad always says still holds true--"They aren't making any more dirt." If you are interested in working with people, a career in real estate be a great use of your newfound business skills.

A degree in business, combined with a real estate license, could put you out in the market helping families find homes and corporations build headquarters. Real estate transactions are complex and require educated and knowledgeable individuals. In 2004, some agents with these qualities earned more than $90,000.

Prepare For Your Future While Serving Your Country!
Ready to get started? Browse online schools today! Many offer military benefits specifically for soldiers, like tuition breaks or college credit for military training! Use your tuition benefits and enroll in a program now.

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