MBA graduate salaries rise at fastest rate for decade in ‘golden age’ for jobs

MBA graduate salaries rise at fastest rate for decade in ‘golden age’ for jobs

  Salaries commanded by MBA graduates after three years back in the workplace have increased by the largest amount since the financial crisis. Business school alumni from the top 100 MBA courses, as defined by the Financial Times’ ranking, were paid an average of $142,000 in 2016, three years after they completed their studies. The…

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