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Managers

Managers plan, organize, hire staff, motivate and lead a department or a company or an organization. They use human, technological and financial resources to accomplish their goals. Those in management positions work with support staff and strive to accomplish defined objectives. A manager is expected to offer strategies to high level managers so his department can better meet the company's objectives. In addition an effective manager knows when and how to delegate tasks and provides innovation.

Managers are employed in practically every industry. The three basic levels are Top-level manager, middle manager and lower manager. Typically the title gives an indication of the degree of authority for the position. For example, the general manager has the overall responsibility for a company or an organization.

Top-level managers typically need a thorough understanding of management roles and skills. They're usually responsible for strategic decisions. Middle managers have the task of carrying out the objectives of top-level management. Lower-level managers strive to carry out the plans developed by high-level and mid-level managers.

Top-level managers need to continually asses their progress and provide middle and lower-level managers with an idea of the future plans for each department. Middle-level and lower-level managers may add their own plans to the larger plan.

General managers must keep in mind both the client's needs and the company's objectives when creating business strategies and overseeing the daily operations. General managers usually oversee the revenue and cost elements for a company.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the activities of a department
  • Develop reports for upper management
  • Oversee support staff and perhaps other managers
  • Make presentations
  • Manage a budget
  • Collaborate with other department managers
  • May work directly with clients
  • Hire and train employees
  • Enforce company policies
  • Strive to meet company's objectives

Job Characteristics

A manager needs skills such as leadership, motivational communication and interpersonal. Working well with support staff and other managers, setting and meeting deadlines and taking care of conflicts among staff members are important aspects of the occupation. Managers should have effective coaching and leadership abilities, should be detail oriented and have good problem solving skills.

Employment Outlook

Management salaries vary greatly depending on factors such as management level, responsibility level, the size of the company and the industry. In 2008 the median annual wage for general managers was $91,570. Many companies offer managers bonuses and stock options. Since businesses typically prefer to promote from within the company, lower-level managers with effective leadership abilities that have been able to meet company goals may move up to middle and upper management level positions. Some upper-level managers advance into directorship and executive positions.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Education requirements vary by the management position and the company or organization. Some employers require a bachelor's or an associate degree or some post-secondary education for manager jobs. Some management positions require a master's degree in business administration (MBA). Some helpful courses are project management, time management, interpersonal relations, finance, business law and accounting. Lower level managers seeking to move up to higher level positions may need a college degree.

A college degree is often necessary for management positions, however not all employers require a college degree. Typically, several years of experience is required to move up to a management job. Workers must show they have the skills to be effective in a management position. A solid understanding of the company's computer system helps a worker to be promoted to a management job. Some companies provide a management training program which is often an excellent way to acquire an entry-level management job.

Resources

Major Employers

The top job providing industries for managers are wholesalers, healthcare facilities, business service companies, banks, government agencies, retail businesses, insurance companies and schools.

Schools for Managers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Managers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Managers jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 630 $101,270
Birmingham 630 $101,270
Huntsville 520 $113,220
Montgomery 280 $95,060
Mobile 140 $88,180
Tuscaloosa 130 $82,270
Dothan 50 $78,980
Oxford 40 N/A
Jacksonville 40 N/A
Anniston 40 N/A
Opelika 40 $86,810
Auburn 40 $86,810
Decatur 40 $92,000
Muscle Shoals 30 $65,190
Florence 30 $65,190
Daphne 30 $72,700
Fairhope 30 $72,700
Foley 30 $72,700
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 910 $102,840
Fairbanks 150 $86,870
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 3570 $96,650
Scottsdale 3570 $96,650
Phoenix 3570 $96,650
Sierra Vista 300 $91,830
Douglas 300 $91,830
Yuma 280 $91,820
Flagstaff 170 $82,580
Lake Havasu City 100 $87,850
Kingman 100 $87,850
Prescott 80 $82,440
Tucson N/A $96,380
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 910 $80,800
North Little Rock 910 $80,800
Little Rock 910 $80,800
Jonesboro 60 $56,310
Hot Springs 40 $81,080
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Los Angeles 13380 $121,460
Anaheim 13380 $121,460
Long Beach 13380 $121,460
Hayward 8720 $136,230
Oakland 8720 $136,230
San Francisco 8720 $136,230
San Diego 4550 $120,120
Carlsbad 4550 $120,120
Sunnyvale 3330 $148,710
Santa Clara 3330 $148,710
San Jose 3330 $148,710
Roseville 2460 $95,370
Sacramento 2460 $95,370
Arcade 2460 $95,370
Arden 2460 $95,370
Riverside 1770 $104,720
Ontario 1770 $104,720
San Bernardino 1770 $104,720
Oxnard 630 $123,290
Ventura 630 $123,290
Thousand Oaks 630 $123,290
Fresno 540 $105,120
Bakersfield 420 $107,890
Santa Maria 400 $113,880
Santa Barbara 400 $113,880
Santa Rosa 330 $125,370
El Centro 300 $91,830
Salinas 230 $111,020
Stockton 220 $109,440
Lodi 220 $109,440
Vallejo 220 $117,540
Fairfield 220 $117,540
Modesto 210 $107,830
Santa Cruz 130 $120,700
Watsonville 130 $120,700
Arroyo Grande 110 $160,670
San Luis Obispo 110 $160,670
Paso Robles 110 $160,670
Merced 100 $132,860
Corcoran 90 $100,690
Hanford 90 $100,690
Napa 70 $103,460
Chico 60 $91,720
Porterville 60 $94,660
Visalia 60 $94,660
Redding 60 $104,310
Yuba City 50 $93,870
Madera 50 $100,750
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 4800 $122,640
Lakewood 4800 $122,640
Denver 4800 $122,640
Colorado Springs 750 $106,030
Boulder 500 $123,410
Fort Collins 280 $116,450
Greeley 200 $110,800
Grand Junction 150 $104,350
Pueblo 110 $95,070
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 2210 $107,110
East Hartford 2210 $107,110
West Hartford 2210 $107,110
Bridgeport 1620 $116,240
Norwalk 1620 $116,240
Stamford 1620 $116,240
New Haven 540 $103,480
Danbury 110 $94,160
Waterbury 100 $95,980
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 90 $90,780
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 4780 $97,140
Miami 4780 $97,140
West Palm Beach 4780 $97,140
Kissimmee 2380 $101,350
Orlando 2380 $101,350
Sanford 2380 $101,350
Tampa 2370 $102,940
St. Petersburg 2370 $102,940
Clearwater 2370 $102,940
Jacksonville 1080 $104,760
Tallahassee 530 $77,030
Lakeland 320 $84,960
Winter Haven 320 $84,960
Titusville 320 $115,070
Palm Bay 320 $115,070
Melbourne 320 $115,070
Brent 300 $77,920
Ferry Pass 300 $77,920
Pensacola 300 $77,920
Bradenton 300 $84,020
Sarasota 300 $84,020
North Port 300 $84,020
Cape Coral 260 $69,470
Fort Myers 260 $69,470
Marco Island 180 $80,560
Immokalee 180 $80,560
Naples 180 $80,560
Fort Walton Beach 180 $96,540
Crestview 180 $96,540
Destin 180 $96,540
Daytona Beach 160 $81,350
Deltona 160 $81,350
Ormond Beach 160 $81,350
Port St. Lucie 130 $65,520
Gainesville 130 $97,120
Panama City 80 $83,470
Sebring 40 $74,060
Ocala 40 $75,940
Vero Beach 40 $104,650
Sebastian 40 $104,650
The Villages 30 N/A
Punta Gorda 30 $90,620
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 7350 $110,130
Atlanta 7350 $110,130
Sandy Springs 7350 $110,130
Brunswick 320 $100,170
Savannah 290 $77,470
Athens 150 $84,020
Clarke County 150 $84,020
Macon 140 $66,840
Warner Robins 130 $102,940
Gainesville 70 $79,270
Dalton 50 $71,890
Valdosta 50 $88,320
Albany 40 $98,930
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1750 $90,170
Lahaina 200 $72,600
Wailuku 200 $72,600
Kahului 200 $72,600
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 540 $83,380
Idaho Falls 130 N/A
Coeur d'Alene 80 $82,170
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 720 $91,780
Urbana 680 $71,540
Champaign 680 $71,540
Rockford 470 $71,980
Kankakee 190 $96,690
Decatur 140 $84,260
Danville 110 $64,470
Bloomington N/A $73,300
Peoria N/A $88,720
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 5070 $62,110
Indianapolis 5070 $62,110
Carmel 5070 $62,110
Fort Wayne 460 $65,070
Bloomington 210 $57,650
Terre Haute 160 $46,800
Goshen 150 $58,970
Elkhart 150 $58,970
Lafayette 130 $78,520
West Lafayette 130 $78,520
La Porte 100 $52,100
Michigan City 100 $52,100
Columbus 100 $105,580
Muncie 90 $53,340
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 920 $86,880
Des Moines 920 $86,880
Cedar Rapids 410 $80,460
Cedar Falls 210 $80,620
Waterloo 210 $80,620
Iowa City 180 $101,900
Dubuque 120 $57,060
Ames 70 $77,980
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 500 $78,350
Topeka 370 $77,130
Lawrence 210 $71,570
Manhattan 80 $79,230
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 580 $88,230
Lexington 580 $88,230
Fort Knox 120 $87,740
Elizabethtown 120 $87,740
Bowling Green 110 $81,820
Owensboro 50 $91,440
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 1960 $84,250
New Orleans 1960 $84,250
Baton Rouge 1490 $85,290
Bossier City 560 $68,800
Shreveport 560 $68,800
Lafayette 520 $72,450
Houma 410 $70,840
Thibodaux 410 $70,840
Monroe 220 $69,190
Alexandria 220 $69,900
Lake Charles 190 $83,370
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 380 $94,620
Portland 380 $94,620
Bangor 70 $74,850
Auburn 40 $73,140
Lewiston 40 $73,140
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 5230 $108,980
Towson 5230 $108,980
Columbia 5230 $108,980
Lexington Park 500 $135,950
California 500 $135,950
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 110 $99,760
Gardner 40 $74,070
Leominster 40 $74,070
New Bedford 40 $94,350
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 4820 $99,810
Detroit 4820 $99,810
Dearborn 4820 $99,810
Wyoming 940 $81,480
Grand Rapids 940 $81,480
East Lansing 380 $106,640
Lansing 380 $106,640
Flint 370 $102,510
Portage 300 $65,080
Kalamazoo 300 $65,080
Battle Creek 160 $108,800
Saginaw 150 $74,100
Muskegon 80 $76,110
Benton Harbor 80 $91,560
Niles 80 $91,560
Bay City 40 $104,350
Monroe 30 $97,500
Midland N/A $58,250
Ann Arbor N/A $92,050
Jackson N/A $108,580
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 260 $96,130
St. Cloud 210 $85,530
North Mankato 100 $74,180
Mankato 100 $74,180
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 350 $71,080
Pascagoula 140 $110,560
Biloxi 140 $110,560
Gulfport 140 $110,560
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jefferson City 240 $71,360
Columbia 180 $94,100
Springfield 170 $61,740
Joplin 110 $77,520
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 140 $87,920
Missoula 60 $68,610
Great Falls 60 $80,500
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 130 $101,930
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 4180 $89,820
Henderson 4180 $89,820
Las Vegas 4180 $89,820
Reno 1010 $82,710
Carson City 250 $92,600
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 500 $111,520
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 1710 $116,760
Atlantic City 480 $110,300
Hammonton 480 $110,300
Vineland 100 $109,320
Bridgeton 100 $109,320
Ocean City 80 $114,080
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 1160 $83,980
Las Cruces 250 $91,810
Santa Fe 120 $79,950
Farmington 80 $79,120
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albany 970 $89,950
Troy 970 $89,950
Schenectady 970 $89,950
Cheektowaga 830 $94,100
Buffalo 830 $94,100
Niagara Falls 830 $94,100
Rochester 660 $83,100
Syracuse 430 $106,520
Rome 130 $74,560
Utica 130 $74,560
Kingston 90 $51,390
Fort Drum 80 $91,700
Watertown 80 $91,700
Ithaca 70 $75,610
Glens Falls 40 $58,520
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1980 $116,160
Chapel Hill 1280 $126,150
Durham 1280 $126,150
Greensboro 610 $104,020
High Point 610 $104,020
Salem 600 $106,440
Winston 600 $106,440
Fayetteville 240 $103,220
Wilmington 170 $109,290
Hickory 120 $84,270
Lenoir 120 $84,270
Morganton 120 $84,270
Asheville 120 $85,900
Greenville 120 $94,870
Burlington 120 $96,530
New Bern 70 $94,590
Rocky Mount 60 $90,130
Jacksonville 40 $100,500
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 300 $88,550
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 2110 $91,160
Elyria 2070 $98,320
Cleveland 2070 $98,320
Dayton 840 $101,690
Akron 680 $102,300
Toledo 370 $77,550
Canton 110 $66,630
Massillon 110 $66,630
Mansfield 90 $78,310
Lima 60 $93,000
Springfield N/A $83,860
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1000 $91,300
Tulsa 360 $90,530
Lawton 70 $80,480
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 910 $85,010
Eugene 570 $73,400
Medford 200 $78,770
Redmond 160 $66,720
Bend 160 $66,720
Corvallis 160 $90,220
Albany 80 $77,160
Grants Pass 40 $90,940
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1690 $102,320
Harrisburg 1210 $102,970
Carlisle 1210 $102,970
Wilkes 210 $93,740
Barre 210 $93,740
Hazleton 210 $93,740
Scranton 210 $93,740
Hanover 160 $112,010
York 160 $112,010
Lancaster 160 $120,790
Reading 150 $83,190
Erie 60 $98,260
State College 50 $122,330
Williamsport 40 $90,790
Johnstown 30 $80,750
Chambersburg 30 $105,720
Waynesboro 30 $105,720
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 5740 $56,960
San Juan 5740 $56,960
Caguas 5740 $56,960
Ponce 240 $37,710
Isabela 230 $31,120
Aguadilla 230 $31,120
Mayag�ez 120 $40,180
San Germ�n 70 $29,100
Arecibo 60 $34,620
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
North Charleston 220 $89,030
Charleston 220 $89,030
Mauldin 80 $86,910
Anderson 80 $86,910
Greenville 80 $86,910
Spartanburg 30 $72,010
Columbia N/A $76,770
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 80 $100,070
Rapid City 40 $91,820
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1900 $76,290
Franklin 1900 $76,290
Davidson 1900 $76,290
Nashville 1900 $76,290
Knoxville 1070 $75,480
Johnson City 180 $75,360
Jackson 140 $63,700
Morristown 110 $42,620
Cleveland 60 $61,540
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 5430 $121,370
Dallas 5430 $121,370
Fort Worth 5430 $121,370
Sugar Land 3820 $124,100
The Woodlands 3820 $124,100
Houston 3820 $124,100
Austin 1020 $111,550
Round Rock 1020 $111,550
San Antonio 1000 $115,080
New Braunfels 1000 $115,080
El Paso 600 $91,830
McAllen 390 $91,830
Edinburg 390 $91,830
Mission 390 $91,830
Laredo 380 $91,830
Harlingen 220 $91,830
Brownsville 220 $91,830
Beaumont 220 $120,980
Port Arthur 220 $120,980
Corpus Christi 100 $97,360
Killeen 100 $100,160
Temple 100 $100,160
Amarillo 80 $102,630
Tyler 40 $80,390
Lubbock 40 $99,060
Midland 40 $133,470
Waco 30 $104,750
Abilene N/A $97,340
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1550 $92,740
Clearfield 370 $102,110
Ogden 370 $102,110
Provo 210 $75,650
Orem 210 $75,650
St. George 40 $71,710
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 390 $108,490
Burlington 390 $108,490
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1810 $107,790
Charlottesville 300 $111,790
Roanoke 200 $91,690
Radford 130 $96,650
Christiansburg 130 $96,650
Blacksburg 130 $96,650
Lynchburg 80 $78,740
Harrisonburg 50 $71,820
Waynesboro 40 $80,460
Staunton 40 $80,460
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 5500 $111,580
Tacoma 5500 $111,580
Seattle 5500 $111,580
Richland 480 $137,370
Kennewick 480 $137,370
Spokane Valley 470 $88,490
Spokane 470 $88,490
Bellingham 250 $97,960
Tumwater 190 $102,210
Olympia 190 $102,210
Bremerton 150 $105,240
Silverdale 150 $105,240
Yakima 110 $83,700
Longview 100 $83,200
Walla Walla 70 $108,510
Mount Vernon 60 $89,860
Anacortes 60 $89,860
Wenatchee 30 $77,530
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 320 $65,070
Morgantown 110 $53,120
Parkersburg 50 $111,790
Vienna 50 $111,790
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 3280 $94,860
West Allis 3280 $94,860
Milwaukee 3280 $94,860
Madison 1650 $83,780
Green Bay 510 $72,650
Oshkosh 360 $76,530
Neenah 360 $76,530
Appleton 310 $69,220
Eau Claire 230 $68,930
Wausau 150 $67,900
Janesville 140 $78,890
Beloit 140 $78,890
Sheboygan 130 $77,770
Racine 100 $66,480
Fond du Lac N/A $62,720
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 300 $102,760
Casper 70 $98,630

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Managers

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Most Popular Industries for :
Managers

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Government 96,020 26% $87,940
Professional And Technical Services 36,370 10% $104,650
Business Management 32,320 9% $103,830
Education 27,600 7% $76,840
Hospital 14,350 4% $81,800
Insurance 13,080 3% $94,930
Office Services And Staffing 11,600 3% $78,190
Banking And Credit 8,150 2% $97,270
Traditional Publishing 8,130 2% $96,350
Non-profit 7,150 2% $76,230
Durable Goods Wholesale 6,830 1% $94,680
Electronics And Computer 6,650 1% $113,840
Department And General Stores 5,060 1% $56,120
Chemicals 4,410 1% $104,570
Telecommunications 4,290 1% $100,780
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 4,070 1% $96,990
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