And here is the last part of the topic on Master of Business Administration. If you haven’t read the first two parts, it is highly suggested that you get to them first before you jump on this one.
The first blog which is the Part 1 talks about getting an MBA and how valuable it can be for your career and life in general. Work positions were also covered in the first part, as well as the salary of a person with MBA.
This is a continuation of the blog here in waytomba.com with the same title as a Part 1. Here is the Part 2. There will also be a concluding blog after this post.
Getting an MBA started back in the early 20th century when companies needed people with the skills to lead their operations during the era of industrialization. Harvard was the first one to offer an MBA degree in 1908. However, its concept was more of management in the perspective of science. It recognized that there needed to be specific skill sets to create a regular regiment of training in the field.
If you want to enter good MBA programs, always remember that your academic performance is a significant factor in being chosen. There are other factors like leadership skills, but admission officers will be looking at it. They would want students who would thrive in the competitive world of business amidst challenges.
Having an MBA can open you to many opportunities and benefits both short-term and long-term. Not only that but it also gives you benefits that can apply to your real life.
With how tight the employment market has been, it has become necessary to get anything that can be an advantage to you. And one of this is a master’s degree. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that people with a master’s degree earn about 21% higher concerning salary as compared to those who don’t. But besides that, there are many more reasons to get one.