Career Opportunities

CBOT

 

As a graduate of the Computer Business Office Technology (CBOT) degree or certificate program there are many job opportunities available and you will be prepared for a variety of entry-level positions in the information technology industry. Additionally, your education will give you opportunities for advancement in your current career if you have already chosen a career in business. Job opportunities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Office Manager
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Secretary
  • Executive Secretary
  • Legal Secretary
  • Human Resources Assistant
  • Financial Clerk
  • Bookkeeping/Accounting/Auditing Clerk
  • Order Clerks
  • Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerk
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Hotel/Motel, and Resort Desk Clerk
  • Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and Distributing Worker
  • Receptionist
  • Teller
  • Office Support Worker
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the mean wage in 2008 for office and administrative support occupations was $32,220 annually. With the training you will receive from the CBOT program at Allan Hancock College you can expect to earn wages upwards of $15 an hour.

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Jose Alvarez

Jose Alvarez
Agribusiness Student

"I feel lucky to have discovered the agribusiness program at Allan Hancock College. The faculty and staff are so helpful and encouraging. With their help I realized how much I want to work in the wine industry and one day own my own winery. The facilities in the new Industrial Technology Complex are top of the line. I can basically be a part of the process of planning, growing and marketing wine on campus. Not many community colleges offer their students the same opportunities."
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Rico Parker outlines the varied opportunities the Computer Business Office Technology Program has to offer.

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Last Modified Jan 21, 2014