Are you considering a graduate degree? If so, you may want to consider a Master in Business Administration. Initially, the investment may seem substantial, but an MBA degree proves to have an impressively high return. If you’re wondering Is an MBA worth it? check out this ROI of an MBA infographic from MBA@UNC, Kenan-Flagler’s online MBA program. According to research, the average salary of an MBA graduate increases anywhere from 53 percent to 81 percent, and 100 percent of MBA graduates recoup the initial investment after four years.
While the financial gains of pursuing an MBA are vast, perhaps even more valuable are the tools the degree arms you with. Whether you intend to advance in your career, become a better leader, or even change career direction altogether, an MBA fills in the gaps and helps you achieve it. In fact, three of four recent MBA grads say they would not be where they are today without their degree.
With the rise of top 20 MBA programs delivering their degrees online, “going” back to school is more practical than ever. MBA candidates no longer have to uproot their families and leave their careers for two years to attend a full-time program. These high quality online MBA programs are truly becoming a game changer.
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Becca Martin is the community outreach coordinator for the University of North Carolina’s MBA online program. Becca graduated from Loyola University in Maryland with a B.A. in Business Administration and a concentration in marketing. An avid traveler and lover of all things tech, Becca spent a year abroad working for a technology company in the wine sector. Now, back in the USA, Becca spends her spare time visiting friends in other cities, volunteering, and playing tennis. Follow her on Twitter @bsmart10.