That sounds about right.
If you are doing it for personal growth and satisfaction, it's worth it.
If you're expecting it to land you a great job, you'll be disappointed.
Of course there is a continuum between both ends.
Like I mentioned earlier, it helps land job interviews. It is a great conversation piece when you meet the person interviewing you. It's nice because it shows that you have potential to learn some pretty interesting things outside of one's comfort zone. Also, if I ever decided to do something outside of healthcare, it gives one a little edge.
But if I was expecting to have a great job handed to me or a pay raise after I finished, I'd been disappointed. I did it for personal reasons. So I am pleased.
It doesn't make my patients feel any safer when they learn I have an MBA.
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