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Do You Have the Skills to Succeed at Work?

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For some people, learning new skills may involve going back to school. One option is a Master of Business Administration degree, according to Doreen Amorosa, associate dean and managing director at Georgetown University’s McDonough MBA Career Center in Washington, DC. “The MBA often allows [students] to change the direction and trajectory of their careers where they come out of the program with significantly higher pay and go into more senior roles,” she said.