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Decision to Pursue a Masters of Business Administration degree Bertheia Gary
July 12, 2010
Thomas Kenfield

In this paper I will describe an argument on my decision to pursue an MBA degree to enhance better job opportunities, become a business owner and explore a more exciting career. Using the Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment results the writer will support and prove why the decision to pursue an MBA was the right decision.

It is thought that by the time a senior graduates she should know what career path to take in life. As I walked across the stage as a young graduate many years ago it was unclear to me that career path I wanted to take in life. I always believed that I wanted to live a multipurpose life. I wanted to do something that I loved. I wanted to do something challenging and with good pay. I could be a Sports Therapist, a teacher or even a lawyer. After changing my major several times, I decided to obtain a BA in English, which led me to become an Educator. That is until recently when I was laid off because of budget cuts. That very safe career as a teacher was no longer promising. Guess I could say it was a good thing because out of the 11 years that I taught, I spent four of those years trying to figure out what I wanted to do and how I was going to make my big career move. I found it difficult to return to school in pursuit of a Master’s degree because the majority of my free time was taken up with continuing education courses to become and stay a highly qualified teacher. Teaching was okay. It is a satisfying feeling when a student finally gets it, but that wasn’t enough. I needed a career where I thought I could show off that “spunk” in me. I wanted to make big decisions and become a leader. I felt the need to do more and make more money than what a career as an educator would allow me to do. I decided to pursue my MBA with a concentration in Health Care Administration because despite the recession it is still a...

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