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Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer are common executive job titles. Executives with these titles hold a lot of responsibility in companies, and they generally receive higher lev... More »

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Administrative job titles include secretary, administrative assistant, administrative technician, office assistant, staff assistant, administrative specialist, clerk and administrative secretary, as listed by ONet Online... More »

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Titles for sales management include sales executive, account manager, director of sales and account executive. Sales managers are responsible for leading an organization's sales team. More »

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the job outlook for an executive or head chef is at 5 percent for 2012 to 2022. The agency considers this growth rate "slower than the average." The median income for... More »

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Procurement professionals can have job titles such as chief procurement officer (CPO), purchasing manager, purchasing clerk, purchasing agent and administrative assistant, as reported by the Purchasing and Procurement Ce... More »

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General job titles within the service industry include waiter, shift manager, housekeeper, desk clerk, and hostess or host. Other titles include bartender, administrator, maintenance technician, cook and sales associate.... More »

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Some administrative job titles include administrative assistant, administrative coordinator and office manager. Entry-level administrative duties may include basic tasks related to keeping an office running smoothly. Sen... More »

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