The New York Times/International Herald Tribune, January 31, 2011
M.B.A. increases earnings, British survey shows
Earning a master’s degree in business administration increases median earning power by a third. Men earn more than women. Bonuses seem to be coming back. And graduates of full-time, two-year courses earn on average 33 percent more than graduates of part-time courses.
Those are just a few of the findings in a survey of more than 2,000 business school alumni by the Association of M.B.A.’s, an organization based in London that accredits postgraduate business programs. The 2010 Career Survey, by the association’s Research and Consultancy Center, looked at salaries for...