Before you apply to an MBA program, it's a good idea to learn about MBA job trends, so you have an idea of the demand for MBAs in your field. Want to know which countries have the highest percentage of MBA hires, or what types of companies have had the largest increases of MBA hires? Check out this data from the 2011/12 QS Jobs & Salaries Trends Report.
An online MBA can make you a better business leader, help advance your career, and lead to a salary increase. Whether or not an online MBA is worth it for you, however, depends on your career status and educational needs, along with what program you choose.
Sports management careers allow sports fans to earn a living by participating in the business aspects of sports. Sports managers are a key factor in ensuring that sports organizations operate smoothly. While there are other sports management graduate degree options (including an MA or an MS in sports management), a sports MBA gives candidates more flexibility. Read on for information about the sports management field and sports MBA programs.
Hospitals aren't the only organizations that hire healthcare MBAs. Biomedical startups, e-health ventures, consulting, and pharmaceutical R&D provide other promising opportunities for healthcare MBAs. How can you use your MBA to work in the healthcare industry? Read on to learn more.
Men and women have very different post-MBA salary expectations according to the 2011 QS Applicant Survey, the largest survey assessing the mind-set and aspirations of MBA applicants. The survey data is based on the responses of 4,527 registrants for fall 2010 and spring 2011 QS World MBA Tour. Read on for possible reasons for the difference in salary expectations and job preferences by gender.