A major consideration of any working professional pursing a graduate degree is the support they get (or may not get) from their employer. I have friends and colleagues who have left a company in part due to weak support for their part-time MBA and others who have turned down very lucrative offers to change roles because it would mean they could no longer realistically pursue their MBA.
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- Smith: People don’t want to commute two hours April 24, 2019Professor Tom Smith talks with 11Alive about some of the contributors to Atlanta's booming population.
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- Accounting professor talks taxes with 11Alive April 18, 2019Accounting professor Usha Rackliffe discusses corporate taxes and how some big names won't pay... legally.
- Hamilton, co-author win best paper award from Marketing Science Institute April 18, 2019Associate Professor of Marketing Ryan Hamilton and his co-author, Uma R. Karmarkar, received best paper honors for their work on consumers and decision making.
- Know Your Network: Mark Myette 97MBA April 11, 2019Goizueta alumni hold more than a coveted degree from Emory; they also boast a wealth of life experiences and business know-how. In this ongoing series, EmoryBusiness.com will share their sage... Read more »