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Why do I need an MBA in North Carolina?

Charlotte, North Carolina has become a Mid-Atlantic banking center with both the Bank of America and Wachovia headquartered there.  Bank of America in particular has watched consumer opinion of their brand deteriorate in the years since the name and institution was acquired by Nations Bank and moved to Charlotte. North Carolina MBA holders have been employed to turn this negative momentum around.

In Durham, the communications equipment manufacturer Nortel Networks has a large production and management center. Telephone systems even for small businesses are complicated affairs today and require innovative sales techniques.  A North Carolina MBA who can provide the innovative leadership it takes to lead a dynamic sales force will rise swiftly in this particular communications market segment. 

North Carolina is known for its furniture manufacturing; Klaussner Furniture Industries in Asheboro is just one example, with 4,000 employees. The state is crowded with furniture makers, distributors and the fabric manufacturing that is part of the product’s component chain. It’s an industry that has undergone steady growth despite overseas challenges. The increasing flow of imports means those with initiative, with energetic marketing ideas and considering MBA programs in North Carolina are welcome at both the corporate and industry level.

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MBA Career Salaries in North Carolina*

  • Financial Analyst salaries in North Carolina :
    • Burlington - $52,100
    • Charlotte - $64,270
    • Durham - $67,010
    • Greensboro - $64,030
    • Greenville - $66,810
    • Raleigh - $64,340
    • Wilmington - $57,180

  • Human Resource Manager salaries in North Carolina :
    • Ashville - $69,460
    • Charlotte - $87,960
    • Durham - $108,730
    • Fayetteville - $72,190
    • Greensboro - $80,220
    • Raleigh - $90,120
    • Winston - $91,510

  • Marketing Manager salaries in North Carolina :
    • Burlington - $87,110
    • Charlotte - $95,860
    • Durham - $107,290
    • Fayetteville - $63,800
    • Goldsboro - $72,140
    • Greensboro - $96,760
    • Greenville - $80,830
    • Hickory - $101,400
    • Raleigh - $94,680
    • Winston-Salem - $95,640

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* BLS North Carolina business career mean salary statistics 2005