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Corporate Events Manager

Odds of Getting In

If you have a degree, the right skill set, and the fearlessness to step into the fire, you should find a lot of corporations looking for event planners. The number of corporate events manager jobs is growing fairly well. 

At a growth rate of around ten percent, this career is on pace with the national average (source). That means there should be a job waiting for you and your thrilling mashup of live-action roleplay, trust falls, summer camp, and two-thirds of the company's annual events budget.

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