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Haha true. My girlfriend is trying to get into quant or industrial psych

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Thread Starter 

Does she want to work in industry or academia? Industry, industrial psych is probably a good idea. Academia, she's better off going the OB route.

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Industry. She's going to go back and get her masters soon, just thinking of where to apply
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ain't that the truth. AACSB appears to have done a great job of advocating for significantly higher salaries for business faculty. I could easily have pursued a career as an MIS prof, but foolishly didn't. Would be making 20% more easily. facepalm.gif
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Not yet. Just a PhD student/lecturer. But in management, not psych. I know where the money ( where the money (and the positions) are at.
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ain't that the truth. AACSB appears to have done a great job of advocating for significantly higher salaries for business faculty. I could easily have pursued a career as an MIS prof, but foolishly didn't. Would be making 20% more easily. facepalm.gif

It's unclear how long those salaries will be sustainable, especially outside of the consensus top 10 programs.
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Thread Starter 
As long as people are pursuing MBA's.

There is still a very large shortage of PhD's in management. I'm sure they exist, but I've never come across an adjunct professor in a management department.

And mgt professors don't make as much as accounting and finance professors.
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My wife used to work as a counselor to adolescents in jail, wives who've been abused, daughters who've been abused, etc. I am glad she doesn't use that psych degree on me. 

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My wife used to work as a counselor to adolescents in jail, wives who've been abused, daughters who've been abused, etc. I am glad she doesn't use that psych degree on me. 

 

How would you know?

 

Cheers,

 

Ac  :)

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Doh!
I do everything she wants!
Noooooo!!! She's been mind controlling me!!!
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My wife used to work as a counselor to adolescents in jail, wives who've been abused, daughters who've been abused, etc. I am glad she doesn't use that psych degree on me. 

Im unconvinced it would even work.
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As long as people are pursuing MBA's.

There is still a very large shortage of PhD's in management. I'm sure they exist, but I've never come across an adjunct professor in a management department.

And mgt professors don't make as much as accounting and finance professors.

My department uses adjuncts and clinical professors. I'm not sure the ROI is there on a 3rd tier MBA, and I suspect the students will eventually figure it out.
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Thread Starter 
Let's hope not. But that probably won't impact the market in liberal arts universities.

(But really, I hope they do figure this out. So many MBA programs are a racket)
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[...]

 

Years and years from now, when I am at a liberal arts university with the freedom to design my own classes [...]

 

I wouldn't wait too many years ...

 

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2012/10/11/study-finds-liberal-arts-colleges-are-disappearing

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

As long as people are pursuing MBA's.

There is still a very large shortage of PhD's in management. I'm sure they exist, but I've never come across an adjunct professor in a management department.

And mgt professors don't make as much as accounting and finance professors.

To do a PHD, don't you have to be fluent in two other languages? I'm sure that'll stop her. Haha

Also, considering the ROI debate, in the other forum, there is a debate on whether an MBA is 'worth' it if you don't get a spot at a top 15 program
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Our former nanny married a man who later taught English in South Korea. While she was there, she actually appeared in a Korean soap opera. To my knowledge, she had never done any acting before then and hasn't done any since.
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