I hope you haven't done anything final yet, because not only will a PhD end up getting you less money, it will also be harder to obtain and take you longer. I hope, for your sake, that you're kidding.
I am just interest to know the return of investment for obtaing a phd Eco ? Spending five years of hard work, I wonder what are the salary ranges in US and Canada to hold a phd Eco ? Dropping out from the MBA program to pursuit a Phd Eco, I hope the salary of a phd makes will be greater then that of a MBA makes.
Attending ASU in the fall (as a 2nd year student)
i mean i honestly want to be an academic researcher but moreso a teacher as well, and maybe do some policy consulting,
but i can see myself retiring as a lecturer at a comm. college or something, and its great to know that i will always be able to find work,
i also think that 3-4 years of corporate environment would drain me completely, so NO way to the mba
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