From accountants to project managers, these careers are the backbone of what makes running a business possible. Their work is typically done in an office setting, but many more recently offer hybrid or remote options. These careers require anything from a professional certificate all the way to advanced degrees. Working at larger companies will offers opportunities to specialize, while working for much smaller companies can mean taking on a wider variety of tasks, and sometimes taking on several roles. Most STEM-related business careers require attention to detail, strong organizational skills and comfort in working with numbers or performing mathematical analyses.
This career family also includes starting your own technical business, a Technical Entrepreneur! Our region has been recognized for its long history of successful entrepreneurial ventures and has many ways to learn more about this exciting opportunity.