The wide array of career opportunities in real estate management are detailed in new, generously illustrated, 25-page brochure published by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®).
In a 2007 survey conducted by CNN and Careerbuilder.com, property/real estate management was listed among America’s top 40 careers. A year earlier, in a survey of the top 50 careers in America conducted by Money magazine and Salary.com, the position of property manager was ranked number 23. Both surveys considered job growth, average salary, education need, and working conditions in the rankings.
According to IREM President Pamela W. Monroe, many real estate management professionals are reaching retirement age in the near future, so real estate owners and investors must increasingly seek replacements for them. “This demographic reality,” said Monroe, “combined with a management function that has become more complex and sophisticated, has created an almost perfect storm that is boosting demand as never before.”
The brochure provides answers to key questions that students and others seeking a rewarding career path may have including:
—–What a real estate manager does
—–The kinds of positions available in the field
—–Categories of employers who hire real estate managers
—–How to prepare for positions in the field
—–Scholarships and internships available
—–How to actually find employment
—–How much one can expect to earn
To request a free copy of this brochure, send an e-mail to [email protected] with the words “CAREER BROCHURE” in the subject line.