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Is there any scope for MBA graduates in public sectors or in government jobs?

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Asked by sidmehra Saturday Mar 6th 2010 in Career Planning
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I took a couple of moments to think about your inquiry, and thought about to what extent the scope of an MBA extends. After a bit of back and forth, I have decided to tell you that there is really no limits that can be placed on an MBA in the public sector. The reason that the MBA is such a popular degree is because of its malleability. MBA degrees, whether it is focused on the public or even private sector, prepare student with a broad skill-set that can be applied to so many areas. So, if you are looking for a degree program that will enable you with a well-rounded understanding that can be applied to virtually any area you are interested in, then an MBA is the right path to take.

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