5. Operations Manager
If you’re a responsible leader, this job is for you. An operations manager ensures product excellency by tracking it every step of the way and ensuring it’s delivered in a timely fashion. Operations managers use metrics to accomplish their jobs and coordinate between engineering, marketing, and finance departments within the company.
Median Salary: $97,730
Education Required: Most employers look for a master’s degree in business or operations management. Programs at Columbia University in the City of New York, Georgetown University, Vanderbilt University, and other schools near you have programs to get you started on the path to this lucrative career.
STEM Type: Integrator
Interview Tips: Here were some of the most common questions asked in interviews for operations manager positions: How might the operations manager be involved with employee morale? What experience do you have with presentations? What are your strengths?