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Hi Guys,

As I am done with my GMAT, I was seeing all the college sites - their course structure and career statistics, something just caught off my eyes; something which has not been ever discussed alot by anybody on GMATCLUB

As I went through Fuqua and Tepper's site, please find below the links

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/documents/mba ... 011-12.pdf

and http://kelley.iu.edu/MBA/Careers/Statis ... 20163.html

I noticed that the lowest salaries for the colleges in question are $25k and $28k - I got shivers in my spine seeing these numbers mainly because I dont want to be left with a low-paying job after investing a lot into my MBA fees and expenditure.

Please let me know if I am missing some anything.
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Hi Guys,

As I am done with my GMAT, I was seeing all the college sites - their course structure and career statistics, something just caught off my eyes; something which has not been ever discussed alot by anybody on GMATCLUB

As I went through Fuqua and Tepper's site, please find below the links

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/documents/mba ... 011-12.pdf

and http://kelley.iu.edu/MBA/Careers/Statis ... 20163.html

I noticed that the lowest salaries for the colleges in question are $25k and $28k - I got shivers in my spine seeing these numbers mainly because I dont want to be left with a low-paying job after investing a lot into my MBA fees and expenditure.

Please let me know if I am missing some anything.



Whenever I see those bottom numbers in the range, I always think that they are people that went to 1 or 2 places. The first would be an early stage startup, where you're salary is very small, but perhaps you have a significant equity arrangement. The other is working internationally in a developing country. If you're working in Nigeria, I'd go out on a limb and say they won't be paying you 100k USD, as the cost of living there is way different.

Whatever the scenario is, I imagine the grads that have those salary numbers took those jobs knowing the situation. I do not think those numbers are grads that had no other option than to take a hourly job at McDonalds, lol.

I could be wrong - but that is just my 0.02.
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rishi0109 wrote:
Hi Guys,

As I am done with my GMAT, I was seeing all the college sites - their course structure and career statistics, something just caught off my eyes; something which has not been ever discussed alot by anybody on GMATCLUB

As I went through Fuqua and Tepper's site, please find below the links

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/documents/mba ... 011-12.pdf

and http://kelley.iu.edu/MBA/Careers/Statis ... 20163.html

I noticed that the lowest salaries for the colleges in question are $25k and $28k - I got shivers in my spine seeing these numbers mainly because I dont want to be left with a low-paying job after investing a lot into my MBA fees and expenditure.

Please let me know if I am missing some anything.



Whenever I see those bottom numbers in the range, I always think that they are people that went to 1 or 2 places. The first would be an early stage startup, where you're salary is very small, but perhaps you have a significant equity arrangement. The other is working internationally in a developing country. If you're working in Nigeria, I'd go out on a limb and say they won't be paying you 100k USD, as the cost of living there is way different.

Whatever the scenario is, I imagine the grads that have those salary numbers took those jobs knowing the situation. I do not think those numbers are grads that had no other option than to take a hourly job at McDonalds, lol.

I could be wrong - but that is just my 0.02.


Post putting down my question, even I thought on the same lines as mentioned by you and I personally do believe in this logic.

But thanks for a quick response on my query.
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I will add also that some people opt to work for not for profits. Some schools have loan forgiveness or grants specifically for those that wish to take those not for profit roles that may have low pay.
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hamm0 wrote:
rishi0109 wrote:
Hi Guys,

As I am done with my GMAT, I was seeing all the college sites - their course structure and career statistics, something just caught off my eyes; something which has not been ever discussed alot by anybody on GMATCLUB

As I went through Fuqua and Tepper's site, please find below the links

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/documents/mba ... 011-12.pdf

and http://kelley.iu.edu/MBA/Careers/Statis ... 20163.html

I noticed that the lowest salaries for the colleges in question are $25k and $28k - I got shivers in my spine seeing these numbers mainly because I dont want to be left with a low-paying job after investing a lot into my MBA fees and expenditure.

Please let me know if I am missing some anything.



Whenever I see those bottom numbers in the range, I always think that they are people that went to 1 or 2 places. The first would be an early stage startup, where you're salary is very small, but perhaps you have a significant equity arrangement. The other is working internationally in a developing country. If you're working in Nigeria, I'd go out on a limb and say they won't be paying you 100k USD, as the cost of living there is way different.

Whatever the scenario is, I imagine the grads that have those salary numbers took those jobs knowing the situation. I do not think those numbers are grads that had no other option than to take a hourly job at McDonalds, lol.

I could be wrong - but that is just my 0.02.



Hi,

Just check out the link below:

http://mba.insead.edu/documents/MBA_EMP ... ISTICS.pdf

This is a very recent placement report of INSEAD. Minimum salary is 17,200 Euros!!

Even I got a chill in the spine...
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hamm0 wrote:
rishi0109 wrote:
Hi Guys,

As I am done with my GMAT, I was seeing all the college sites - their course structure and career statistics, something just caught off my eyes; something which has not been ever discussed alot by anybody on GMATCLUB

As I went through Fuqua and Tepper's site, please find below the links

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/documents/mba ... 011-12.pdf

and http://kelley.iu.edu/MBA/Careers/Statis ... 20163.html

I noticed that the lowest salaries for the colleges in question are $25k and $28k - I got shivers in my spine seeing these numbers mainly because I dont want to be left with a low-paying job after investing a lot into my MBA fees and expenditure.

Please let me know if I am missing some anything.



Whenever I see those bottom numbers in the range, I always think that they are people that went to 1 or 2 places. The first would be an early stage startup, where you're salary is very small, but perhaps you have a significant equity arrangement. The other is working internationally in a developing country. If you're working in Nigeria, I'd go out on a limb and say they won't be paying you 100k USD, as the cost of living there is way different.

Whatever the scenario is, I imagine the grads that have those salary numbers took those jobs knowing the situation. I do not think those numbers are grads that had no other option than to take a hourly job at McDonalds, lol.

I could be wrong - but that is just my 0.02.



Hi,

Just check out the link below:

http://mba.insead.edu/documents/MBA_EMP ... ISTICS.pdf

This is a very recent placement report of INSEAD. Minimum salary is 17,200 Euros!!

Even I got a chill in the spine... specificalyy because INSEAD is NOT a 2 yr programme and it has batch with significant work-ex.
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I want to ask this question to the members. Did MBA or EMBA (Executive MBA) added financial value to your post MBA job (if you find).
The reason why I am asking is that it does not seem to be the case for everyone.
Even FT top ranking 3 MBA business school, I see some people struggling to find the job.
I want to hear whether this is only the business school which I just graduated or same for other business schools.
This is just a question, but I want to have better view on this.
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I also want to include two key factors; ROI (Return On Investment) and Opportunity Cost, to this discussion.
ROI depends on all the costs (tuition fee, travels to business school, accommodations, etc)
Opportunity cost depends on loss of salary by taking sabbatical at work, impact to promotion at work, etc.
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