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The MBA has been around since 1908 when Harvard Business School founded the first MBA program. Since then, many have considered it the gold standard of business education for aspiring executives. But little in the business world is the same as it was when the MBA was created. So over 100 years later, is business school still worth it?Read More >
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Getting a master’s degree is a serious commitment. You need to go into a master’s program understanding the time, energy and financial resources you need to succeed. Balancing the short-term costs and demands of a master’s program with the long-term gains will help you determine if a master's degree is worth it. It’s a decision that shouldn't be taken lightly.Read More >
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