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    Hello everyone!

    The Executive MBA Council 2012 Student Exit Benchmarking Survey concluded that the average pay and bonus package of new graduates rose 16.3% to $164,845 from the starting level of $140,587.

    The study included the results of 3,072 participating students from a total of 98 EMBA programs.

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    #37880

    Anonymous

    May not seem so great until you realize the employers pay for the degree.

    #37979

    Anonymous

    Most people where I work don’t mind agreeing to an employment contract when the company offers to pay for their EMBA!

    #38055

    zaphod
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    Sure. Pay for my EMBA. Don’t give me a raise when the contract is up and I’ll find someone who will. Great deal with no downside since youre getting paid to go to school.

    #38087

    flheat
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    quote:


    Originally posted by zaphod

    Sure. Pay for my EMBA. Don’t give me a raise when the contract is up and I’ll find someone who will. Great deal with no downside since youre getting paid to go to school.


    Seems pretty straight forward to me too

    #50601

    dugindeep
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    With the economy shrinking it’s good to know where the money is.

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