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Is It Worth Doing an MBA? Part III

Is it worth doing an MBA? Well, I will give you an important fact that may help you decide: Out of the Fortune 500 CEOs  about 200 have MBAs. Of course, the interpretation of this statistic may differ depending whether you are … Continue reading

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Is it Worth Doing an MBA? Part II

During the past ten years, many people have asked me whether it is worth doing an MBA. The problem with this question is that the answer differs from individual to individual. It depends on what you want to achieve by … Continue reading

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Does Your First Job Impact Your Long-Term Career?

Meet Alan – the Graduate. He recently got his degree in Business Management. He studied a general subject so he doesn’t have to be tied to a specific career path. He started applying for jobs a month ago. He has been sending 5 applications … Continue reading

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Long-Term Career Planning: If I Were a Genie…

Let me tell you a short story about long-term career planning. A friend of mine called me just a week ago to ask for some advice. She spent the first 20 minutes whining about her company; she was promised a … Continue reading

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