MBAs are completely worth it depending on your values and goals. If you want to work in finance, business and/or economics, having an MBA can open up many doors for you. For one, it can help you to sharpen the skills and knowledge needed to flourish in those fields. Additionally, it can help you gain connections before you enter the workforce. Your classmates and your professors can be some of the best connections to help you once you're in the field. In short, yes, an MBA can be worth it.
1) To further develop their skillset and prepare them for the next step in their professional career (Sr. Leadership Roles such as VP or C-suite level)
2) To make a career pivot and switch fields. For example, some of my colleagues have moved from technology consulting to a career in 'big tech' working for Amazon, Google, etc.
There's a plethora of resources online if you're deciding on an MBA. Poets and Quants and MBA admissions websites are great resources that talk in depth about 'why mba'.
Anthony Kofi Hene-Amoah
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Best wishes to you.