Business managers oversee the day-to-day operations of a company, setting goals, instructing and evaluating employees, and monitoring processes. They do it all.
They go to meetings all day to receive reports from team and department leads. They delegate tasks, decide on priorities, plan budgets, and keep their eye on the big picture.
Business managers have a good life, once they learn how to not crack under pressure.
They work out of an office and typically stick to a 40 hour a week load. They travel for meetings and professional visits. Depending on the size and type of business, managers can make anything between $85,000 and $150,000, or more, with benefits, of course.
On the flip side, they are kind of responsible for the achievements of the company. But who says you can't handle it?