Detailed organizers and communicators, line up! A career as a regulatory affairs manager might be the right fit to you. With an ongoing pulse on policy and industry trends, they are in frequent communication with regulatory agencies to ensure new and existing products are in compliance.

Are you a natural problem solver? Do you like to ask good questions and listen with intent? Are you money motivated? If the answer is yes, your skills could translate into a career as a sales representative. In this role, you work directly with customers to sell a solution to their problem. Sales representatives also submit contracts, maintain a customer base and work on frequent sales reporting. If you’re extroverted and like numbers, this is the job for you.

Are you a constant learner who likes seeing others succeed? A career as a secondary teacher may be right for you! By applying multiple hands-on teaching methods, secondary teachers help students understand advanced, applicable scientific-based principles. In this setting students, are able to explore careers and educational programs available after graduation. Secondary teachers are instrumental in uplifting the next generation.

With an understanding of all areas of the organization, training and development specialists provide information and modes of training for employees. Additionally, they monitor training costs and prepare budgets for use in training programs or to inform management of training program status. These specialists analyze organizational training needs or evaluate training effectiveness and outcomes.

Do you love brands? Are you a creative? Graphic designers create a company’s visual identity using a variety of design mediums. From logos to websites, they confer and consult with their client or team to develop a list of assets needed to perform daily operations. If you’re a collaborative, detail-oriented person, graphic design could be the career for you.

Human resources managers are responsible for a company’s most valuable asset: its people. From managing the recruitment and hiring process to implementing processes that ensure employee engagement and retention, human resource managers keep their organization operating in alignment with industry standards and consistently improving personnel policies and practices.

Daily, legal counsels work individually, or collaboratively, to protect and defend their company or clients, while provide legally sounds advice on operations and transactions.

This career is meant for those who love a task with many cascading variables. Logistics managers coordinate production, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, or financial forecasting inventory, services or activities. They are vital to the business by limiting costs and improving accuracy, customer service and safety. Logistics managers examine existing procedures or opportunities for streamlining activities to meet product distribution needs.

Plan, direct or coordinate marketing policies and programs, such as identifying strategies to promote products or services along with developing strategies on pricing. The end goal of a marketing manager is to identify potential customers and increase the demand for their product or service over competitors.

Market research analysts are facts-first people. Using data from the research they gather, they can make or break the case for any cause—such as food security and public health. With their ability to create compelling arguments and presentations, they strategize for a more sustainable, efficient future, every day.

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