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Why do I need an MBA in Nebraska?

Nebraska is a strong agricultural state and Omaha has long been a distribution center for the food processing industry. Indicative of this is the fact that two of the state’s major employers - both in Omaha - are the Union Pacific Railroad and Con Agra Foods, Inc. Several other food processors populate Nebraska’s top fifty employer list – most notably Cargill Meat Solutions in Schuyler, NE. For those considering MBA programs in Nebraska, distribution and processing are promising industries.

Mutual of Omaha is a major insurance company in Nebraska as well as a great opportunity for a Nebraska MBA to break into account management and work up to product development. There are other, smaller financial institutions in Omaha as well provider career opportunity throughout the state.

An MBA holder could also venture into Lincoln, the home of the University of Nebraska and also the city where many of Nebraska’s major medical centers are based. Operating medical clinics is a role that is gradually shifting from medical professionals to individuals with more business training. It is an environment that requires close attention to group dynamics, to the details of consumer needs and customer service. There is significant opportunity for those earning their degrees in Health Care Administration or MBA specializing in Health Care Administration.

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

MBA Career Salaries in Nebraska*

  • Financial Analyst salaries in Nebraska :
    • Lincoln - $57,680
    • Omaha - $58,680

  • Human Resource Manager salaries in Nebraska :
    • Lincoln - $73,410
    • Omaha - $89,190

  • Marketing Manager salaries in Nebraska :
    • Lincoln - $85,510
    • Omaha - $93,760

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* BLS Nebraska business career mean salary statistics 2005