Just by adding the letters ‘MBA’ after your name, your median salary jumps to a range of $110,000 to $150,000.
As many as 21 million people walk across the stage for their bachelor’s degree each year.* The growing population of educated job seekers makes it harder and harder to gain the upper hand when applying for jobs. With only an undergraduate degree, you risk blending into the sea of resumes. Continuing your education for your MBA will help you get the interview, give you examples of real business problems you’ve solved, and ultimately, landing that dream job. Just by adding the letters “MBA” after your name, your median salary jumps to a range of $110,000 to $150,000.*
You’ve got to stand out somehow. And you’re not alone. As many as 25,000 students enroll in MBA programs each year.* Because no professions require an MBA, the fact that you are pursuing it speaks volumes about your work ethic. In fact, most companies now consider you at the top of your game and capable of taking on a leadership role. Stanford, for example, has shifted its approach to their MBA program and for good reason. They realize that you need to be more personable to excel in the workplace. Stanford now offers twelve sections of Interpersonal Dynamics to more than 400 students each year.* Maybe you should look into expanding your horizons with an MBA.
*Harvard Business Review
*Graduate Management Admission Council
*National Center for Education Statistics