aas degree in e-commerce?
is an aas degree in e-commerce a good choice? how hard wil it be to find jobs upon graduation?
also what are some of the popular career opportunities?
- Re VeraLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Associates degree? Well, you'd be better off doing something more traditional, like accounting, finance, or business. This is really too specific to be of any actual value. As to jobs, most "e-businesses" are single-person startups, i.e. Aunt Margaret selling her hand-knitted scarves on Etsy or eBay. They won't be hiring you. Also, if this is with any for-profit university, get out now and go to a local community college.
- 8 years ago
I think it is a good choice if you want to be web designer and such. There are plenty of temporary jobs out there for it but the pay is mediocre like $10-15 an hour starting. It would probably be best to be a freelance web designer. For an Associates, it is not a bad major. Good luck to you.