The job market is crawling with business majors. It's hard to stand out from the crowd when more than one out of every five new college grads is a business major. What you're telegraphing when you major in business is that you want to make money, but do you have what it takes to someday earn that corner office?
Internship experience an excellent way of putting yourself ahead of the competition. To a prospective employer, prior employment experience illustrates initiative on the part of a student, a sense of career direction, and confirms that he or she has been exposed to work in an office environment.
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This salary data is only calculated on base salary. Some companies also include housing
assistance and other benefits (e.g. Actuarial Science majors frequently receive housing
assistance along with base salary).
*This information is accurate as of April 12, 2012.