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New Salary, Employer Sponsorship Data a Mixed Bag for EMBA Hopefuls

Two studies reveal that executive MBAs are paid more, but are likelier to shoulder tuition fees.

Recent data reveal some poor developments for EMBA students, but there’s also some promising news.
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"I would strongly advise not looking at an EMBA on purely monetary grounds. In the short run, the payoff isn't there. It's an investment with a potentially long-run [return on investment]," he says.

"If you aren't clear on how you're going to really transform yourself—or in the absence of knowing, at least commit to finding that transformation—from the EMBA experience, an extra $10,000 to $20,000 on the other side isn't going to quench your financial thirst long enough to make a difference anyway."

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