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Why do I need an MBA in Idaho?

The largest employer in Idaho is Micron Technology, a firm in Boise that manufactures semiconductor devices. Not too far down the list is Hewlett Packard. HP has opened up a manufacturing facility and office park in Boise. Technology in Idaho has opened up a wealth of opportunity for those completing MBA programs in Idaho.

AMI Semiconductor in Pocatello is another major employer in the state. The existence of substantial high tech manufacturing facilities in the state means an Idaho MBA who has learned the component marketplace for consumer technology will do well. Managers trying to meet sales goals will need to have a good grasp of channel marketing and the ability to negotiate contracts containing production and quality control standards.

As in most states, health care facilities are among the top employers. In Idaho, you will find St. Lukes Medical Center and the St Alphonsus Medical Center, both in Boise. Hospital administration is a specialty for which some schools have tailored specific MBA programs in Idaho.  It’s a career that requires an assortment of skills: managerial communications, business and public policy; and the oversight of a diverse workforce.

Explore your options and request information from some of the top schools offering associate, bachelors and MBA programs in Idaho.

MBA Career Salaries in Idaho*

  • Financial Analyst salaries in Idaho :
    • Boise - $57,010

  • Human Resource Manager salaries in Idaho :
    • Boise - $75,940

  • Marketing Manager salaries in Idaho :
    • Boise - $85,950
    • Coeur d'Alene - $99,310
    • Idaho Falls - $76,490

Request information about the top online and campus Idaho MBA programs and find the right business school for you.

* BLS Idaho business career mean salary statistics 2005