Before jumping to the conclusion that a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) is the right path for you, stop and ask yourself why. The hunky-dory vision of life after MBA may not be so easy after all. Not every management graduate receives a cushy job and dream salary package. You must have your goals in place to be able to establish a solid and successful career after an MBA.
The usual reasons for doing an MBA these days:
But in order to pursue an MBA and to feel truly satisfied by doing so, you must take a more cognitive view:
Once you know why you want an MBA degree, you should be prepared with a knowledge base of jobs that require this degree. Based on that, you may nurture your career interest. Client relations, consulting, business planning, resource or system analysis may be a part of your job profile, but let’s take a more specific view of the job opportunities after an MBA:
These being the top three options, there are more job opportunities for an MBA graduate:
There has been only a marginal rise in the pay package as reported by the top B-schools in India. Click on each college to know more about their placements. The average pay scale has been illustrated in the table below:
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