[official] Is an MBA worth it without a salary boost?

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The investment value of an MBA is closely linked to the institution from which it was obtained. Employers recognise that top business school graduates are likely to possess attributes such as intellectual agility, self-belief, ambition and an affi...
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The investment value of an MBA is closely linked to the institution from which it was obtained. Employers recognise that top business school graduates are likely to possess attributes such as intellectual agility, self-belief, ambition and an affinity for continued learning. But an MBA is best pursued early on with some experience behind you, rather than in late career. Thereafter it is track record that counts.

MBA graduates are also more likely to bring value in certain sectors and countries, and should target these. In some, an MBA remains a baseline requirement; in others, it has been devalued; in emerging markets, where a high value is placed on education and overseas experience, it remains an important differentiator.
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