Community Contributed Article

Submitted by a member of the public January 2013

How Are MBA Degree Holders A Breed Apart?

MBA Degree Holders Are Indeed Different Than Most

MBA degree holders are indeed different from most people on the planet. They are different in many ways. First of all, MBA degree holders are generally more driven to succeed than are most other people. After all, just getting into a university or business school to do an MBA degree can be taxing by itself. Of course, being graduate level subjects, the classes that make up an MBA degree program are tough too. Oh, and another grand way that MBA degree holders are different from most others is in the salaries that they earn. Some studies have even found that over the course of a professional lifetime, an MBA degree holder can make millions more dollars than can those with only undergraduate degrees.

MBA Degree Program Graduates Have (Nearly) Won

So, perhaps saying that MBA degree holders have won is a bit of an overstatement. However, this writer does think it is safe to say that MBA degree holders sure have started to win! Think about it, By the time the typical MBA degree holder has graduated, he or she has already earned an undergraduate degree, gained some real world business experience and handled the demanding work and study load of an MBA degree program. This is a proven track history of winning that employers hunger for and there is very good reason to assume that anyone who has made it this far will keep on winning throughout his or her career.

MBA Degree Program Graduates Are On The Right Path

Students go to graduate school to do MBA degrees because they are in charge of the path that their lives are taking. Directionless, they do not live. This is a trait that nearly all really successful people share. After all, you cannot end up where you want to go if you have no plan to get there. Doing an MBA degree is just one step, albeit a very important one, in a successful person’s journey. After graduating with an MBA degree new doors will open for the degree holder. In fact, some of these doors, such as those to top leadership and management positions, will not budge unless the person knocking has an MBA degree.

MBA Degree Holders Want To Make A Difference

MBA degree holders are coveted by charitable organisations. Sure, it may  be unseemly to some that charities need business-minded folks in their organisations. However, the truth is that charities need to keep an eye on their bottom lines just as do all organisations. This is why many students who do MBA degrees do so because they want to work in the charity field. According to Findamasters, some universities and graduate schools these days are offering MBA degrees with classes or even concentrations in charity marketing and fundraising. When you think of how powerful your business skills will be once you have earned your MBA degree, it only makes sense that you should do an MBA degree if you would like to work for a charity.

The above article was submitted by a general member of the public. AIB openly invited internet users to share their views and opinions on MBA degrees as part of a public discussion.

As this article was NOT written by AIB, please take due care as it may contain inaccuracies and does not necessarily represent the views of AIB. To learn more about MBA degrees from an expert, feel free to contact a AIB Course Advisor

Related Articles

Other Popular Articles