Business Management and Administration

Accounting Clerks

Bookkeeping and accounting clerks manage the financial records of companies or clients.

Adjustment Clerks

Customer service representatives work to solve customer complaints.

Administrative Assistants

Executive secretaries assist managers and direct office activities.

Administrative Assistants

Secretaries perform a variety of clerical and administrative duties needed to run an office.

Administrative Clerks

General office clerks perform a variety of duties for offices.

Administrative Services Managers

Administrative services managers coordinate support services for businesses and organizations.

Appointment Clerks

Receptionists greet visitors, answer phone calls, and perform clerical duties.

Assignment Clerks

Human resources assistants organize and file companies' information about their employees.

Auditing Clerks

Bookkeeping and accounting clerks manage the financial records of companies or clients.

Bookkeepers

Bookkeeping and accounting clerks manage the financial records of companies or clients.

Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerks

Bookkeeping and accounting clerks manage the financial records of companies or clients.

Bookmobile Drivers

Library assistants and bookmobile drivers organize and lend library materials.

Business Executives

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Central Office Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

CEO

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Chief Executive Officers

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Chief Executives

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Circulation Clerks

Library assistants and bookmobile drivers organize and lend library materials.

Clerk Typists

Typists and word processors prepare documents and other print materials using computer software.

Compensation Specialists

Job benefits and analysis specialists study and plan employee benefits and job descriptions.

Computer and Information Systems Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct the computer-related activities in an organization.

Computer Operators

Computer operators load, run, and monitor computer systems.

Computer Programming Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct the computer-related activities in an organization.

Conference Planners

Meeting and convention planners organize events for groups of people.

Convention Planners

Meeting and convention planners organize events for groups of people.

Copy Machine Operators

Copy machine operators run copy machines to fill orders for customers.

Corporate Presidents

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Customer Service Representatives

Customer service representatives work to solve customer complaints.

Data Entry Keyers

Data entry keyers use computers to enter numbers and information into a database.

Data Processing Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct the computer-related activities in an organization.

Data Systems Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct the computer-related activities in an organization.

Decision Technologists

Operations research analysts help organizations solve problems. They use mathematical models to make decisions.

Desk Clerks

General office clerks perform a variety of duties for offices.

Development Specialists

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Directory Assistance Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

Document Clerks

File clerks classify, store, find, and update information.

Duplicating Machine Operators

Copy machine operators run copy machines to fill orders for customers.

Employee Training Specialists

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Employment Managers

Human resources managers plan and direct policies about employees.

Executive Secretaries

Executive secretaries assist managers and direct office activities.

Factory Superintendents

Industrial production managers oversee production in manufacturing plants.

File Clerks

File clerks classify, store, find, and update information.

General and Operations Managers

General and operations managers oversee the day-to-day activities of a company or organization.

General Office Clerks

General office clerks perform a variety of duties for offices.

Geothermal Production Managers

Geothermal production managers oversee work at geothermal power plants. They maintain and monitor geothermal equipment for efficient and safe plant operations.

Governors

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Human Resources Assistants

Human resources assistants organize and file companies' information about their employees.

Human Resources Managers

Human resources managers plan and direct policies about employees.

Human Resources Specialists

Human resources specialists recruit, screen, interview, and place qualified job applicants.

Human Resources Trainers

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Hydroelectric Production Managers

Hydroelectric production managers oversee workers who operate, maintain, and repair equipment in hydroelectric plants.

Identification Clerks

Human resources assistants organize and file companies' information about their employees.

Industrial Production Managers

Industrial production managers oversee production in manufacturing plants.

Industrial Relations Managers

Human resources managers plan and direct policies about employees.

Information Clerks

Receptionists greet visitors, answer phone calls, and perform clerical duties.

Information Systems Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct the computer-related activities in an organization.

Interviewers

Interviewing clerks ask people questions to obtain information.

Interviewers, New Account

New accounts clerks interview people who want to open bank accounts.

Interviewing Clerks

Interviewing clerks ask people questions to obtain information.

Inventory Clerks

Stock clerks receive, unpack, check, store, and track merchandise or materials.

Job Benefits and Analysis Specialists

Job benefits and analysis specialists study and plan employee benefits and job descriptions.

Job Training Specialists

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Keyers, Data Entry

Data entry keyers use computers to enter numbers and information into a database.

Letter Carriers

Mail carriers deliver mail to homes and businesses along an established route.

Library Assistants and Bookmobile Drivers

Library assistants and bookmobile drivers organize and lend library materials.

Mail Carriers

Mail carriers deliver mail to homes and businesses along an established route.

Mail Clerks

Mail clerks sort, distribute, and prepare mail for offices or customers.

Mail Clerks

Postal clerks help customers and ensure that mail is collected, sorted, and paid for.

Management Analysts

Management analysts study problems in organizations. They offer solutions and may help apply their ideas.

Management Consultant

Management analysts study problems in organizations. They offer solutions and may help apply their ideas.

Management Scientists

Operations research analysts help organizations solve problems. They use mathematical models to make decisions.

Material Clerks

Stock clerks receive, unpack, check, store, and track merchandise or materials.

Mayors

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Meeting and Convention Planners

Meeting and convention planners organize events for groups of people.

Meter Readers

Meter readers walk or drive trucks over established routes and take readings of meter dials.

New Accounts Clerks

New accounts clerks interview people who want to open bank accounts.

Office Administrators

Executive secretaries assist managers and direct office activities.

Office Clerks

General office clerks perform a variety of duties for offices.

Office Managers

Office managers plan and oversee the work of office staff.

Office Secretaries

Secretaries perform a variety of clerical and administrative duties needed to run an office.

Operations Research Analysts

Operations research analysts help organizations solve problems. They use mathematical models to make decisions.

Order Clerks

Order clerks take and process orders for materials, merchandise, and services.

Order Fillers

Stock clerks receive, unpack, check, store, and track merchandise or materials.

Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks

Payroll and timekeeping clerks check employee time records and issue paychecks.

PBX Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

Personal Secretaries

Secretaries perform a variety of clerical and administrative duties needed to run an office.

Personnel and Training Managers

Human resources managers plan and direct policies about employees.

Personnel Clerks

Human resources assistants organize and file companies' information about their employees.

Personnel Training Specialists

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Photocopy Machine Operators

Copy machine operators run copy machines to fill orders for customers.

Plant Managers

Industrial production managers oversee production in manufacturing plants.

Post Office Clerks

Postal clerks help customers and ensure that mail is collected, sorted, and paid for.

Postal Carriers

Mail carriers deliver mail to homes and businesses along an established route.

Postal Clerks

Postal clerks help customers and ensure that mail is collected, sorted, and paid for.

Procurement Services Managers

Purchasing managers try to buy goods and services at the best possible prices.

Production Managers

Industrial production managers oversee production in manufacturing plants.

Project Managers (Emerging)

Project managers manage teams of people in order to complete projects.

Purchasing Managers

Purchasing managers try to buy goods and services at the best possible prices.

Quality Control Managers

Industrial production managers oversee production in manufacturing plants.

Receiving Clerks

Shipping and receiving clerks keep records, prepare shipments, and accept deliveries of goods.

Receptionists

Receptionists greet visitors, answer phone calls, and perform clerical duties.

Record Clerks

File clerks classify, store, find, and update information.

Regulatory Affairs Managers

Regulatory affairs managers make sure new and existing products meet government standards.

Research Analysts, Computer Operations

Operations research analysts help organizations solve problems. They use mathematical models to make decisions.

Routing Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

Secretaries

Secretaries perform a variety of clerical and administrative duties needed to run an office.

Service Representatives

Customer service representatives work to solve customer complaints.

Shipping and Receiving Clerks

Shipping and receiving clerks keep records, prepare shipments, and accept deliveries of goods.

Small Business Owners

Executives run companies or government agencies.

Stock Clerks

Stock clerks receive, unpack, check, store, and track merchandise or materials.

Supply Chain Managers

Supply chain managers coordinate and plan the steps necessary to make and sell a product.

Support Staff Managers

Administrative services managers coordinate support services for businesses and organizations.

Sustainability Specialists

Sustainability specialists promote responsible ways to manage resources like water and energy.

Switchboard Operators

Receptionists greet visitors, answer phone calls, and perform clerical duties.

Switchboard Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

Telephone Operators

Telephone operators help people make phone calls.

Timekeeping Clerks

Payroll and timekeeping clerks check employee time records and issue paychecks.

Training Managers

Human resources managers plan and direct policies about employees.

Training Specialists

Employee training specialists plan and organize instructional activities.

Transcriptionists

Typists and word processors prepare documents and other print materials using computer software.

Typists and Word Processors

Typists and word processors prepare documents and other print materials using computer software.

Wind Energy Operations Managers

Wind energy operations managers set goals and oversee the day-to-day work of wind energy farms.

Word Processors

Typists and word processors prepare documents and other print materials using computer software.
Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.