What Will a Management Degree Do For Me?

The business management degree is not considered a technical degree, where the coursework is focused on training highly technical skills (STEM), neither is it a soft, ambiguous degree that requires you to spend most of your time writing your opinions on a topic (many liberal arts degrees), but falls somewhere in the middle. Employers will expect that the business major will, on average, have more practiced communication and presentation skills than a STEM or liberal arts major. Employers

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College Degree Benefits

According to studies in 2005, 2015, and 2016, bachelor degree earners are expected to pull in an average annual salary of just over $50,000. In comparison, those whose education ends after high school average $28,645, which is $22,909 less than 4-year college degree holders.If we calculate the wage surplus of college graduates over a period of 40 years, the additional revenue earned approaches $1,000,000. Yes, that’s one million dollars! Despite the huge return on investing in

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Business Management Degree

Between 50 and 75 percent of American managers are estimated to be incompetent. In fact, 30 to 50 percent of those appointed to executive positions end up either fired, or prematurely resigning. These statistics have resulted in an increased demand for dedicated, hard-working, and knowledgeable managers within the workplace. BACHELOR’S DEGREE MAJOR 2016 AVERAGE SALARY Engineering $64,891 Computer Science $61,321 Math and Sciences $55,087 Business $52,236 Agriculture/Natural Resources $48,729 Healthcare $48,712 Communications $47,047 Social Sciences

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