QBA Project - Brittany Harmon Quantitative Business...

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Brittany Harmon Quantitative Business Analysis Project Problem and Importance Since I started college two years ago there has been a question lingering in my mind. After I get my bachelors, what next? Should I continue on to get my Masters in Business Administration or just go straight to work? This is a very difficult decision to make because of the cost of school vs. the pay increase I would receive after getting my masters. When I graduate from San Jose State University with a bachelors degree in business administration I either have the choice to look for a job, or continue on in school and get my Masters in Business Administration. Getting my Masters would add an additional 2 years to my schooling, and that’s just if I finish in time. If I choose to go straight to work it would definitely be easier than pursuing my Masters. Going straight to work would only be stressful because I’d have to find a job. If I decided to pursue my Masters I would have to worry about getting into the classes I want, working my class schedule around my work schedule and the added pressure of doing well in my classes. Getting my Masters would provide me with many more job opportunities and maybe even better job opportunities like becoming a manager. If I got my Masters I could become a Manager and that would give me more responsibility
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