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# MBA Pay: Top B-Schools, Top Dollar

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Manager
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27 May 2010, 14:32
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"Exclusive new research shows that grads of top business schools earn far more than lesser-ranked peers, both at graduation and over the long haul " - Businessweek

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27 May 2010, 23:25
I'm surprised at two things: (1) they needed a study to confirm this, and (2) half of the Harvard MBAs earn less than 232K in non-stock compensation 20 years out.

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28 May 2010, 07:39
jerZguy wrote:
I'm surprised at two things: (1) they needed a study to confirm this, and (2) half of the Harvard MBAs earn less than 232K in non-stock compensation 20 years out.

Perhaps the half that chose not to go into finance or consulting.

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28 May 2010, 07:39
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Case2010 wrote:

"Exclusive new research shows that grads of top business schools earn far more than lesser-ranked peers, both at graduation and over the long haul " - Businessweek

And in other breaking news: the sun came up today!
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31 May 2010, 15:48
jerZguy wrote:
I'm surprised at two things: (1) they needed a study to confirm this, and (2) half of the Harvard MBAs earn less than 232K in non-stock compensation 20 years out.

Why? If you do well out of HBS you may well be retired twenty years out.
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03 Jun 2010, 09:28
jerZguy wrote:
I'm surprised at two things: (1) they needed a study to confirm this, and (2) half of the Harvard MBAs earn less than 232K in non-stock compensation 20 years out.

How did you come up with the 232K number? The article says nothing about how much Harvard grads earn 20 years out.

Have you taken your GMAT? This could be a critical reasoning/quant question.

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03 Jun 2010, 10:03
bschbound wrote:
jerZguy wrote:
I'm surprised at two things: (1) they needed a study to confirm this, and (2) half of the Harvard MBAs earn less than 232K in non-stock compensation 20 years out.

How did you come up with the 232K number? The article says nothing about how much Harvard grads earn 20 years out.

Have you taken your GMAT? This could be a critical reasoning/quant question.

I got word that I missed some information that was part of the article. So, my mistake!

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03 Jun 2010, 10:08
Isn't it amazing that when you rank the schools by career pay, the top 10 are practically the US News top 10 ranking

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Re: MBA Pay: Top B-Schools, Top Dollar   [#permalink] 03 Jun 2010, 10:08
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