The primary benefit is “more money”. A business manager even at its lowest level earns more money than a “non-decision making” job. For example, a Sales Associate at Perth will earn an average of AU$48K per year (Payscale, 2017). However, a Business Manager at Perth will earn an average of AU$ 76K per year and it can go up to AU$ 150K per year. Further, a manager is bestowed with benefits like huge bonus, free vacation and transport discounts etc. The second benefit is “more responsibility”. Due to the nature of the job profile a Business Manager is entrusted with more responsibilities that are critical to the sustenance of the business, for example, appointment of a supplier. The correct supplier is critical to the quality of the products and hence, can affect the brand image of the company. The third benefit is “more experience”. A business manager who has been addressing intricate frontline challenges has the career opportunity to rise up to the position of General Manager and even the Managing Director of the company with the same qualification. Further, as an employee climbs up the ladder in the Business Management Hierarchy, the distinctions between different management functions and industries start to dissolve and this provides an opportunity to gain experience across domains.