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MBA Courses Provide Valuable Return on Investment

August 11, 2015

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There are many aspects of an MBA program that will make it successful. One key ingredient is that the MBA courses you take provide you a valuable return on investment by enabling you to immediately apply what you are learning in the classroom to your job. An MBA program’s return on investment is one of […]

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Is an MBA Degree Worth It?

June 23, 2015

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Business school is all about investments and which ones pay off. The question that many potential MBA students wonder: Is an MBA degree worth it? The infographic below highlights some of the benefits of completing your MBA degree rather than just hedging your bets on steady career advancement through hard work alone. According to this […]

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Growing Demand for MBA Careers

June 2, 2015

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A recent study conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), indicates that 2015 may be one of the best hiring years in the last decade for MBA graduates. The infographic below shows an expected increase in MBA hiring, putting it at its highest hiring numbers since 2003, up 10% from last year, and up […]

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MBA in Business Means Top Starting Salaries

May 11, 2015

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According to a recent study conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) of nearly 850 MBA alumni worldwide from the class of 2014, the median starting salary for U.S. citizens who recently completed an MBA in business is the highest it’s been in five years (see infographic below). The GMAC study found that alumni […]

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Ten Tips for a Successful Business Career

March 24, 2015

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As chief financial officer at the Travel Channel, Kellie Goldstein says she’s found the perfect job, one that marries her dual loves of travel and television. “I was the original latch-key kid,” she says. “Lots of Gilligan’s Island after school.” In her journeys around the globe and up the corporate ladder, including twelve years as […]

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