Lincolnshire, IL (PRWEB) January 4, 2007
Continuing education by seeking a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or other degree could be a popular New Year's resolution for 2007. The U.S. government Web site, FirstGov.gov, revealed that getting an education is one of the many popular New Year's resolutions that people make. The article "This New Year, Take Control of Your Career with an MBA" on LearningAndLife.com, a Web site featuring career tips, educational advice, and school lists, recommends an MBA degree as a solid career investment for the New Year (http://www.learningandlife.com/business-careers/this-new-year-take-control-of-your-career-with-an-mba.php).
According to Marilyn Mackes, executive director of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), "Projections for M.B.A. hiring are in line with what we're seeing in the job market for new college graduates as a whole. … Employers reported plans to increase their college hires by more than 17 percent this year."
"This New Year, Take Control of Your Career with an MBA" recommends the MBA degree as an educational path to lead to working in or owning a business in areas including (http://www.learningandlife.com/business-careers/this-new-year-take-control-of-your-career-with-an-mba.php):
- Finance operations
Continuing education with an MBA degree offers the brightest future nationwide in manufacturing, according to NACE's "Job Outlook 2007." Regionally, they report the strongest outlook for hiring is in the southern U.S. with a 59 percent increase expected in hiring MBA graduates in those states.
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