While some business owners are able to start a successful business straight out of college, many more take a longer road. According to Dr. Laurence Shatkin, there are some jobs that serve as better preparation for entrepreneurship, mainly jobs that attract and develop an enterprising personality. These are jobs which involve leadership and decision making, as well as risk-taking. In this vein, half of the top ten list for developing entrepreneurial skills involve management. Sales management leads the list, but marketing, computer systems, and construction management fill the numbers three, four, and five spots respectively, while medical and health service management is in the seventh spot.
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