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Demand Planner (forecasting), Customer Service Representative, Warehouse Supervisor, Production Planner, Production Supervisor, Lean Analyst, are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. (In manufacturing)
I couldn't disagree more with Kevin. Supply Chain and Logistics/Operations Management has a growing need for entry level professionals. There are probably as many or more job openings in that field as in any other business field. And the opportunities to try many different roles during your career are vast.
If you are unsure of your interest in Supply Chain, you probably shouldn't major it in it. But you could take a few classes to see if you like the topics and the types of roles that use a Supply Chain degree. If you do like those classes, by all means, major in it.
I majored in Supply Chain and Marketing as a dual major. In order to use Marketing in the workforce, you normally must have a MBA. Not so much for Finance, but you may run into that there too. You don't really see that so much in Supply Chain. Unless you are at the senior management or C-Suite levels. (Company officers, like CEO and CFO)
Skip the focus; supply chain
go for general management and add marketing and finance
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