Satisfaction among graduates of business and specialized administration master's programs may be higher.
Business graduates may be spread throughout several career areas with most becoming auditors, accountants and investment professionals. Others worked in administration and regulatory occupations, retail management, legislative or policy jobs, research and consulting.
While the number of management program graduates may be increasing, job openings may increase too. And the areas where MBAs work, particularly finance, insurance and real estate, wholesale trade and professional services industries, may have growth compared to other fields.
Your business masters' degree may give you higher earnings than others and the average wages for MBAs may be higher than the average wage for other masters' level graduates combined.
MBAs have a tendency to change jobs between their third and fifth year of work, moving between managerial and administrative positions. When you have been in the workforce for five years, you may expect to earn almost 30 percent more than the average master's graduate.