The newest and largest development on the business forefront is known as e-Business.

Sometimes called e-Commerce, it includes the buying or selling of products or services online, as well as providing information exclusively through the use of the internet, phones or fax machines. Those who are trained in e-Business know how to use technology to improve the bottom line of any business or industry.

As of 2012, over 25,000 jobs were available in the United States in e-Business, according to a study conducted by Wanted Analytics. Larger metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles are experiencing a 50 percent growth rate in demand for trained e-Business professionals.

There are a variety of degree options available for this field. Most professionals who work in e-Business possess a bachelor’s degree.

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