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Data: MBA graduates happier, earning more

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Students graduating with MBAs from the top 50 US schools say they are 58% happier in their first jobs after graduation than they were before entering a program, according to new data. The graduates also reported that their salaries, on average, grew 44% in their first job after earning an MBA. Poets & Quants (10/21)


GE's Comstock seeks a "figure-it-out skill set"

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Female execs highlight judgment, hard work

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Ideas for following up after an interview

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

MBA applies business skills to education role

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Gender pay gap costs US economy $1.2 trillion

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Report: Female CEOs scrutinized more harshly

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

UK business schools concerned over Brexit

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Study: MBA is crucial for aspiring CEOs

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Study: Gender pay gap widens over time

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