Scientist/Engineer Rule 1: A company’s long-term probability of sustaining profit is inversely proportional to the number of MBAs on staff.
Makes me feel better about giving up on pursuing my MBA.
I would rather invest that kind of coin in actually starting and running a business.
Besides, once you have a bachelors, experience trumps a masters...
Your average Taxi Cab driver in Los Angeles earns $50,000 per year and didn’t need to go to College for a Degree, in fact most cannot read or write, let alone speak plain english.
Some “MBA.” Dunce couldn’t do a cost/benefit analysis on the $$$ loan vs. an annual pay raise of a few thousand dollars.
36 years old, a govt employee, and he borrowed $75K to get an MBA - from the “University of St Louis”
get in line behind the graduates of real business schools and graduates with real business experience, son